Therese May went electioneering in a street in Aberdeenshire over the weekend, but no one was home – except for one woman who refused to open the door.
Following the passing of the Investigatory Powers Act, the UK has dropped two places to 40th in the World Press Freedom Index.
IBM’s Watson supercomputer can read 200 million pages of healthcare data in three seconds and suggest appropriate treatment for patients.
A Dutch designer has invented a chair equipped with voice recognition software that gives an electric shock to people who say ‘Yes, but’ to new ideas in meetings.
A 69-year old man in New Zealand in danger of having a stroke improvised a defibrillator by electrocuting himself on a neighbour’s 8,000-volt electric fence.
Historians have said they believe that the 9th-century Saxon king St Edmund may be buried in Bury St Edmunds under the municipal tennis courts.