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A Japanese language education firm is claiming that they have invented the first ever artificial intelligence "chat robot" designed solely to communicate with English language students.
A 25-year-old British student used 'considerable technical expertise' to repeatedly hack into Facebook's servers, legal experts testified at his trial
Nearly twenty percent of British children have been the victim of cyber-bullying, with many victims saying the experience has damaged their confidence, mental health and school attendance.
South African researchers are in the process of attaching satellite transmitters to young African penguins in an effort to track the endangered birds and perhaps one day discover a heretofore unknown breeding colony.
Increased use of Internet search engines such as Google are changing the way the human brain remembers information.
Researchers have discovered a technique that allows rat stem cells, injected into mice to create suitable organs for the mice.
According to a recent report, Peter Vesterbacka, chief marketing officer of Rovio, said Angry Birds is set to launch on Facebook "within the next three months".
Women find men whose ring fingers are longer than their index fingers more attractive.
Leading global e-commerce solutions provider nominated as one of the most promising, young tech companies by The Telegraph and TechCrunch Europe Marlborough, MA (PRWEB) April 7, 2011 Adyen, a premier global e-commerce solutions provider, today announced in conjunction with TechCrunch Europe and The Telegraph, that the company has been nominated as a finalist for The Telegraphâ€™s Start-Up 100. The Start-Up 100 is the most authoritative and trustworthy ranking of promising technology...
LONDON, Feb. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Telegraph Media Group today announces a partnership with conversion management expert Maxymiser to enhance the online experience for visitors to The Telegraph.
- A morbid dread of being buried alive. Also spelled 'taphiphobia'.