Food company Nissin has developed a noise-cancelling fork called Otohiko, which eliminates the slurping sound of eating noodles!
Studies from Nottingham Trent University show that one third of notifications from our smartphones trigger negative emotions, which is making us cranky!
Google is secretly recording our conversations, with devices switching to ‘listening mode’, even when we just say ‘OK’, as opposed to ‘OK Google’.
Many employees at a Wisconsin tech company have agreed to embed a rice-sized microchip into their hand, which would act as a key pass and currency.
UK Wi-Fi provider Purple slipped a 1,000-hour community service clause into its hotspot terms and conditions to test whether customers would read them.
Thanks to an Indiegogo campaign, you may soon be able to talk into a Banana Phone – a banana-shaped Bluetooth handset that you pair to your phone.
In its quest to clamp down on fake news, Facebook is using third party fact-checkers, and will soon provide the option of a ‘disputed’ label for posts.
Winnipeg man Dan Bergman is attempting to break a Guinness World Record by playing a fighting video game for 55 hours, all in the name of charity.
The owner of a bar in Hove, England got sick of customers not talking to one another, so he built a ‘Faraday Cage’ around it to block Wi-Fi signals!
An Australian firm has developed a robot called the Hadrian X, that can lay 1,000 bricks an hour, and build a house in just 2 days!