Daisy Scott, Online Deputy Editor, discusses the new headphones being released by Dyson and what this means for headphones of the future.
Online Valentine’s Day
Josie Sharp explores innovative online tools to promote online love, post Valentine’s Day.
How to protect your privacy online
Elizabeth Barber delves into online privacy- sharing some helpful tips to remain incognito on the internet.
Innovative app allows users to record heartbeat at home
Orianna Xu discusses the recent development of an App which allows users to record their heart beat and that could help them to detect any cardiac problems at home
Dumbphones: the new digital detox?
Daisy Scott, Science Editor, looks into the revival of dumbphones and what makes them an appealing alternative to smartphones.
Is artificial intelligence the solution to loneliness?
As the UK faces rising rates of loneliness and concerns about its effects, could artificial intelligence offer a solution? Elizabeth Barber investigates.
The best student-friendly browser extensions
Lifestyle Editor Gracie Moore recommends browser extensions that are suitable for university students.
Bossware: the ethics of monitoring remote workers
Editor Megan Ballantyne explores the use of new workplace technologies such as Bossware to monitor employee productivity in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Is Hello Fresh worth it for students?
Hassle-free meals are a staple of university life. Lucy Evans looks into Hello Fresh and whether it is as student-friendly as it seems.
Video games that can help diagnose, monitor and treat depression
Katie Jones discusses a new AI technology that could be used to help depression and the current waiting list crisis for mental health support