There's a lot of computing power sitting on some wrists.
Here are some discoveries about Saturn and its many moons from the Cassini spacecraft before it got destroyed in 2017.
Whether it's Where's Wally or Joe Wicks, children and teachers are dressing up as literature's favourite characters for today's World Book Day.
Samsung announced its new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ at Mobile World Congress. But should you buy one of them?
We go hands on with Nintendo's unexpected and creative new creation for Nintendo Switch, which tasks players with building their own peripherals.
Etiquette and royal experts weigh in on the US Vogue editor's choice to keep her shades on next to Her Majesty.
Christian Crush offers all couples the chance to watch seminars on tackling porn addiction in relationships.
Around 527,000 people aged 12 or older reported using inhalants in 2015.
Twitter users divided into several factions over the topic.
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It's a safe bet that Google will release another Pixel phone later this year, but can it finally match up to the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy?
A new study has found a link between cancer and food items such as packaged bread and chicken nuggets.
After spending his teenage years going in and out of prison, Coss Marte turned his life around aged 23.
A new study suggests that chemicals found on the lining of pans could affect how the body metabolises food.
On 14 February, it's worth remembering that being single has its plus sides, too.
Dating expert Alix Fox spoke to IBTimes UK about caspering, which is the opposite of ghosting.
A group meeting is reportedly taking place to discuss who will succeed the Queen, 91, following her death.
The origin of Valentine's Day can be traced back to Ancient Rome and it involves a lot more than just Cupid's arrow.
Words like 'ghosting' and 'cuffing' show we need to change how we approach dating before it's too late.