Growing up, there was always this idea that anything that was technology or science fiction was ‘un-African’, too far removed from our traditional and ancestral background. However, the idea of African sci-fi and technological advances wasn’t so far-fetched and now it has a name: Afrofuturism.
The system that keeps the Chinese web under tight control is a sophisticated machine, the functioning of which is less straightforward than might be expected. And the fight against these measures is a vital and multifaceted one.
When it first aired in 2015, Channel 4's show Humans became its highest rated drama of the past two decades. Meet the masterminds behind this award winning TV series which has enthralled the British audience with its three seasons.
It is a universally accepted truth that moving house is rarely an enjoyable process. But property technology has come to shake up the market for good.
Text-based games like the 1980s Zork are now making a comeback through the world of interactive fiction. Here are some of the interactive, alternate worlds which you must visit.
If fashion is about setting and following trends, then technology is its electronic equivalent. From drones to robotically assembled conveyer belts and even robot models, here are some of fashion’s most iconic techno-runway moments.
In the 1980s, ‘luddite’ became a synonym for ‘technophobe’ but they were really protesting against uncompensated eroding of their livelihoods, not against technological progress.
We are far too in love with our phones. But batteries... ah, batteries are the weak spot. They seem to love to run out in the middle of important conversations. Here are some simple tricks to boost your phone charge.
Commuters will soon be able to claim compensation for delayed trains, using an app which is being developed by a London-based start-up.
Are you one of those people who can't resist the appeal of old, dusty archives and vintage pictures? Here are five Twitter accounts you should follow if you’re a history lover.