New Research: Brain Scans Could Detect Best Antidepressants to Take

New Research from Sydney’s Westmead Institute for Medical Research and Stanford University have found that a brain scan could help diagnose which depression medication...

International Day of the Girl: 5 Shocking News Stories on Female Inequality

International Day of the Girl was first started by the UN to take place each 11 October to highlight the rights of 1.1 billion...

Condé Nast Looks to Ecommerce to Survive the Digital World

In order to survive the digital world with diminishing memberships and online ad revenue, online publishers are looking to ecommerce to recapture their brand,...

Astronauts Heading to Mars Face Chronic Dementia Risk

A new University of California, UCI study published in Nature’s Scientific Reports, questions the long-term brain health of astronauts after long spaceflights, who may...

Facebook’s ‘Messenger Day’ Copies Snapchat Stories

Facebook is testing “Messenger Day” a clone of Snapchat Stories, available in Poland, where Snapchat has not dominated the technology landscape. Facebook has stated that...

5 Reasons Why Google Could be fined by EU for Android Antitrust Violations

Google could be fined by the EU for ongoing android antitrust violations, demanding Alphabet’s Google to stop offering financial incentives to smartphone makers to...

Backlash Against London Tube Chat: 5 Reasons Why Londoners are Miserable

The London tube chat campaign was bashed this week when “Tube chat?” badges were mocked, launching an anti-campaign on Twitter called: Shut Up Tube...

National Coffee Day: 7 Benefits of Drinking Coffee

National Coffee Day is 29 September each year, which is another excuse for coffee lovers to indulge in their favorite beverage. For expert coffee tasters,...

Shyft Launches On-Site Mindfulness Meditation for Workers

Shyft, a science company in California has launched 30 minute guided on-site meditation classes that aids mindfulness, reducing stress in the corporate workplace as...

5 facts on: Nissan Launches Robotic Chairs to Beat Lines in Japan

Nissan has launched the ProPilot chair, a robotic chair for waiting customers at restaurants, using self-driving technology that can detect the seat in front,...