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Two new reports - one from the UK and one from the US - explore the role of social media as a path to the news.

Posted 8 October 2014

A new book believes we should pay greater attention to how technology may be changing the wiring of our brains.

Posted 3 October 2014

In the UK, more women are playing video games than men.

Posted 20 September 2014

In the UK there have been major changes to the National Curriculum - but how will parents cope?

Posted 11 September 2014

New report analyses how business leaders make decisions.

Posted 11 September 2014

What did you do on your holiday? Did it include working?

Posted 26 August 2014

The social divide: Google search terms reveal inequalities in American society.

Posted 22 August 2014

According to recent reports, Google is working on child-friendly versions of some of its services.

Posted 21 August 2014

Dating website deliberately mis-matched users; art gallery 'sells' art to the emotional.

Posted 31 July 2014

Popularity driven by world sporting events - and the weather.

Posted 30 July 2014

Symantec declares 2013 a year of mega-breaches and targeted attacks.

Posted 29 July 2014

Young women urged to consider unexpected consequences of 'sexy selfies' while footage of a man taking a 'dangerous selfie' in Spain has gone viral.

Posted 17 July 2014

How much time is wasted at work being non-productive - and what can be done to improve the situation?

Posted 17 July 2014

Survey of 16,000 people around the world explores contentment. Is a simpler life the key to happiness? Or is it being Danish?

Posted 16 July 2014

Posted 3 July 2014

Research explores how key spam players interact. Canada's new anti-spam legislation came into effect in July 2014.

Posted 2 July 2014

Information Managers looking to be strategic influencers and advisors

Posted 1 July 2014

If you've just about got your Gen-X and Gen-Y straight, meet a new group of workers.

Posted 19 June 2014

While a millionaire is giving away cash on Twitter, new tech is enabling more people to go 'cash free'.

Posted 17 June 2014

The growth of ephemeral messaging services and private social networks - individuals want more privacy; companies want to be more like Snapchat!

Posted 15 June 2014

Evidence review of the economic contribution of libraries

Posted 5 June 2014

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Posted 1 April 2014

The BBC's youth TV channel to close; but a different story emerges in Belgium.

Posted 17 March 2014

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