The US method of ‘cut-and-switching’ is on the rise. But surely moving your fork from left to right is perverse?
The former talkshow host, who heads her own media empire, nets $32.5m profit from initial share price spike on news she had bought 10% of company
We may put beautiful people on billboards, but it’s the average looking we’re drawn to, says Richard Stephens
More people are forgoing a traditional send-off as the cost of dying keeps on rising. Here we look at ways you can limit your outlay
Official figures show rise in cases, with incidents including drones being used for sexual offences and ferrying drugs into prisons
The concept of flexible space has become firmly entrenched in the corporate world, helping companies like WeWork, LiquidSpace and ShareDesk to thrive
On Thursday 1 October, the first tickets for Glastonbury go on sale. Use these tips to beat the mad rush
Advertisers are aiming to target where we look when we use the camera on our phone. By Daniel Glaser
Rare arrangement of Earth, moon and sun has not occurred since 1982 and will not happen again until 2033
The Punkt phone, launched at the London design festival, lets you call and text. It also has nice buttons and is easy to hold. And that’s about it. Would you pay £229 for it?
May bits and bobs become as cool as this Velcro and felt situation.
Polygraph replacement could be in use in police stations around the world within a decade.
Growing body of research shows how efforts backfire in sneaky ways: we fail in our best efforts because of our best efforts
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Everyone seems to be talking about them; all the papers are full of the stories of these Olympians we've never heard of before. Is this just because it's going on in London? What’s happening?
10 World Record breaking power tools - think you could break any of these?
RSPB and ornithologists express disgust after 12 red kites are found dead in Black Isle area, targeted with lethal toxins
Holiday resorts - and not inner cities - were identified last week as centres of low ambition and limited opportunity. Beyond the beach, Weymouth is a place beset by low wages, lack of transport, isolation and poverty of aspiration
Confused.com brings us a collection of funny and/or unusual insurance claims from around the world. Really, who are these people?
Today marks seven months since I had to get up and go to work. How time flies!
Fee for lodging divorce petition rising from £410 to £550, but critics say actual cost is £270 and MoJ is making 100% profit
Four dogs became seriously ill with at least one dying in first UK babesiosis outbreak as experts blame relaxation of pet travel rules
As Lidl trumpets its latest clothing bargain, we estimate just how the high street cost is made up – and who is paying a heavy price