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Many singles looking for romance have turned to online dating sites, especially now that the pandemic has led many to make socialising a virtual-only activity.
So no one is interested in your Instagram account? If you think of posting every day as a chore, people will notice. This is how Instagram success consultants say you can drive up your like count.
Addictions can develop in response to things other than chemical substances – smartphones, video gaming, certain forms of enabling, and so on, says psychologist.
Audio stimulates our brains more powerfully than video, and slots neatly into our new patterns of voracious cultural consumption - making this a revolutionary time for aural entertainment.
A new generation of young consumers, often influenced by social networks and using trading apps, are plumping for high-risk investments, Britain’s financial markets regulator warned on March 23.
A turning point for Rafael Yuste, a neuroscientist at New York’s Columbia University, came when his lab discovered it could activate a few neurons in a mouse's visual cortex and make it hallucinate.
The companies charge people a daily rate to help people stay on top of studying, get enough sleep or maintain a healthy eating schedule. Young people largely run the companies and their clients are also young.
BEIJING (Reuters) -Jidu Auto, an electric vehicle venture between China's tech giant Baidu and Chinese automaker Geely, aims to plough 50 billion yuan ($7.7 billion) into producing smart cars over the next five years, its chief executive told Reuters.
A few weeks into Italy’s first coronavirus lockdown in March last year, Andrea Pestarino started setting a 5.30pm alarm as a reminder it was time to turn off his laptop and go play football with his kids in the garden.
Chinese tech giant Baidu rolled out its paid driverless taxi service on May 2, making it the first company to commercialise autonomous driving operations in China.