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Syndicated How Some Professionals Are Keeping Pager Technology Alive

Britain will soon be down to just one paging provider, but for the nation’s paramedics, lifeboat crews and birdwatchers the devices remain essential

Features A Look At The Next Generation Of Doorbells

From facial-recognition to dog power, new technologies are being leveraged to guard the home

Features Do Food Scares Really Change The Way We Eat?

Months after the WHO warned that it caused cancer, bacon is enjoying a sales streak. But it’s not the first time we have overcome our fears about foodstuffs

Innovation How Much Is The Selfie Economy Worth?

It’s claimed that our passion for narcissistic pictures is fueling the growth of everything from lipstick to old-fashioned photobooths. Here’s a sector-by-sector breakdown

Design Who’s Behind Berlin’s Secret Subway Bedrooms?

Illegal domestic tableaux have been popping up in the German capital’s subway network

Gaming & Play A Trip to the Malware Museum

Computer viruses as animations and art — without destroying your PC

Advertising How the 99% Movement is Taking On Fine Dining

The collective Occupy 50 Best has launched a campaign challenging the methods and transparency of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel Why Graffiti Artists Leaving Their Mark On History Are Facing Modern Consequences

Graffiti on some of the world's most amazing historical landmarks is expressly forbidden, except on The Great Wall Of China.

Work Who Will Colonize The Moon?

An intrepid group of creatives draws our attention to the possible take over of the moon by private companies.

Home How Scientists Accidentally Created The World's Most Absorbent Material

Swedish lab accidentally created Upsalite, a new material that promises to find applications in everything from humidity control at home to chemical manufacturing in industry.

Retail Pub Shows How Bitcoin Will Work For Retail

East London bar is the first in Britain to accept digital currency for drinks.

Technology The Compilation Album Returns In An Era Of Too Much Choice

Mainstream consumers are starting to lean again on trusted handrails to guide them through the music of today and yesterday.

Advertising How Geolocation Is Saving The Developing World

In countries like Nigeria, the software can do more than just help its user locate nearby restaurants.

Luxury Cannabis Scratch And Sniff Cards Could Help Detect Local Grow Ops

Crimestoppers has unveiled the next stage of the war on drugs.