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A new gadget has hit the market which promises to make the oh-so laborious task of taking selfies that little bit easier. The $20 Selfie Brush is a hairbrush which doubles up as both a mirror and an iPhone case. Why? Because mounting your phone onto a handle makes it 'easy to...
Apple fans desperate to get their hands on the new iPhone 6 handsets may not be doing so out of love for the handset, but instead out of ‘habit and necessity'. James Hart, Strategy Director at global media agency Carat, claims that, given the monopoly Apple now has over its...
Men could be using long-lasting birth control - which doesn’t involve condoms - within the next three years, according to a not-for-profit organisation. Trials of a new male birth control injection, Vasalgel, are showing promising results. Developers hope the new drug will be...
Starting next week, women in New York City will be able to request a female driver through a new livery service. It's called SheTaxis-SheRides and starts Sept. 16. The New York Times says the drivers will wear hot pink pashmina scarves. The service will take requests for rides...
Just one in four students leave university with the highest levels of reading and writing, according to a new international study. While increasing numbers of people are going on to higher education, the majority do not reach the highest standards in literacy, according to the...
Children as young as two are learning to use smartphones and tablets before tackling vital life skills. According to research, more than half of children aged between two and 10 feel more confident using a tablet than learning to swim, telling the time and tying their shoe laces...
Isis are using ‘significant quantities’ of US-made weapons to spread their reign of terror across the Middle East, according to a new report. This finding came from London-based research group Conflict Armament Research (CAR) after it conducted on-the-ground investigations in...
A costume worn by child star Judy Garland during the making of the classic film The Wizard of Oz is expected to sell for $290,000. The 'test' dress and pinafore was one of several that were made for Garland while producers experimented with how they wanted her character Dorothy...
A Brisbane man is living the life of the future after having a microchip implanted under his skin so he can control electronic devices with just a wave of a hand. Ben Slater had a radio-frequency identification microchip - which has similar measurements to a grain of rice -...