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This is the story of Apple's rapid rise, in one chart.
This venerated Shinto shrine in Japan has been repeatedly torn down and rebuilt over the past 1,300 years.
It’s World Creativity Day on April 21. To celebrate, here are five facts about being creative and how important it is for the world.
Despite controversy surrounding privacy, trust and hacking fears, social media use has remained statistically unchanged from where it stood in early 2018.
For years, controversy swirled around the club over its long-standing tradition of not admitting women as members, drawing outrage from women's groups.
Consumers need to be made more aware of just how much of what they do on the internet is traceable, as recent scandals highlight.
Artificial intelligence has become so advanced that it is able to produce incredibly convincing pictures of people who don't even exist.
Virtual Reality can help transform the tourism industry, by whizzing tourists across the world at the touch of a button, without ever leaving their homes.
Two very different football clubs are using technology to redefine their sport, adding a modern twist to the traditional game.
While a report shows online behavior is getting better, it uncovers a worrying theme: internet harassers often aren’t strangers.
For all the advantages of being online, there are some worrying dark sides, including racism. But there are differences in the way 'cyber-racist' individuals and groups operate.
The humble honeybee can use symbols to perform basic maths including addition and subtraction, new research shows.
The best solution to stop the spread false political news stories and misinformation could be crowdsourcing.