Folktales from the Slavic countries (primarily Central and Eastern Europe) form one of the richest and most diverse mythologies in the world. Traditional Western European fairy tales may have become watered down and sanitised over countless retellings and interpretations, but Slavic mythology still retains its bite.
From Star Trek to The Jetsons, one of the hallmarks of an advanced civilisation is seen as the ability to control the weather. More recently, the film Geostorm portrayed a network of satellites designed to prevent catastrophic storms. The idea of tweaking the weather from afar is not as far-fetched as it sounds.
The digital single market is a new directive currently being debated within the European Commission, intended to harmonise e-commerce throughout the European Union (EU). It has been estimated that this new legislation could potentially contribute €415bn a year to the EU economy, creating hundreds of thousands of jobs.
In the 1850s, the average life expectancy in the US at birth was only 40 years old. Now, the average American can expect to live until at least 78. Recent medical research has teased us with the promise of extending human life further. But, what are the implications of this new medicine and what consequences would it have upon society?
Criminals brew their plans online and in texts. Authorities want to stop this – but how can governments keep the public safe and also respect its privacy?
The blockchain digital ledger technology that came to prominence with bitcoin is beginning to find uses in and beyond finance, including for urban cycling scheme Buzzbike.
About 200 billion emails are sent every day, but because of its importance email is constantly exploited by attackers, and yet is often overlooked in cyber security strategies
Digital breadcrumbs: Tracking down The KLF in 2017 ...
Challenges of complying with the Investigatory Powe...