There’s a search for a fifth meat- and 19 other things podcasts taught us in 2016

Whether its asking what happens when you watch Sexuality and the City 2 more than 50 periods or which Oscar has won an Oscar, theres no question a podcast somewhere hasnt answered 1 Richard Ayoade use a ThunderCats duvet cover until he was in his late 20 s Where we learned it The Adam Buxton…

There’s a sought for a fifth meat- and 19 other things podcasts taught us in 2016

Whether its asking what happens when you watch Sexuality and the City 2 more than 50 periods or which Oscar has won an Oscar, theres no question a podcast somewhere hasnt answered 1 Richard Ayoade employed a ThunderCats duvet cover until he was in his late 20 s Where we learned it The Adam Buxton…

World’s lamest cyborg? My microchip isn’t cool now- but it could be the future

Olivia Solon felt more key fob than RoboCop after get implanted with a microchip to attain contactless purchases. But the future could hold much more I took two deep breaths, then a tattooed piercer called Andy stabbed me in the fleshy part of my hand between the forefinger and thumb, injecting a tiny microchip encased…

‘No more brilliant jerks’- Arianna Huffington ushers in the new Uber

While Huffington doesnt want to be Ubers next CEO, shes been putting in the hard yards trying to turn the companys tarnished reputation around The next Uber CEO will be charged with sweeping up multitudes of corporate sins. In their in-tray will be a daunting array of problems and issues to resolve following the completion…

The aim of road rage? A auto which sees feelings

Scientists are developing sensors which can understand feelings, in a bid to attain driving safer Automotive industry The objective of road rage? A vehicle which detects feelings Scientists are developing sensors which can understand feelings, in a bid to make driving safer Gwyn Topham Transport correspondent @GwynTopham Tue 23 Jan 2018 13. 49 EST Last…

There’s a search for a fifth meat- and 19 other things podcasts taught us in 2016

Whether its asking what happens when you watch Sexuality and the City 2 more than 50 periods or which Oscar has won an Oscar, theres no question a podcast somewhere hasnt answered 1 Richard Ayoade employed a ThunderCats duvet cover until he was in his late 20 s Where we learned it The Adam Buxton…

‘After, I feel ecstatic and emotional’: could virtual reality replace therapy?

If youve got acrophobia, paranoia, anxiety of flying, PTSD, even depression, software could soon be the solution Leslie Channell admits he’s not a typical case for treatment. Channell, known to everybody as Chann, is a registered pilot who served 24 years in the army working on Apache helicopters. Chann also happens to be scared of…

Video consultation service Doctor on Demand created $74 million so everyone can see a doctor anytime

Healing America’s broken healthcare industry has been at the top of the priority list for almost every legislator, entrepreneur and inventor for at the least the past 40 years. Costs continue to climb( roughly 5 percent this year) and expending is already 20 percentage of the nation’s GDP. For the trillions of dollars Americans spend…

Alarmed by Admiral’s data grab? Wait until insurers can see the contents of your fridge

The company is to use Facebook data to calculate customer premiums. But even more invasive ways to monetise lives are coming with the Internet of Things Anybody who has been overcharged by an insurance company, denied specific claims or given the runaround by an insurers customer disservice should shudder at the idea of insurers learning…