Month: October 2014

A group of experts has agreed that time travel, invisibility and teleportation could all become realities within the lifetimes of today’s school children. According to the Telegraph, professors from Imperial College London and the University of Glasgow have agreed that by the year 2080, teleportation could be fairly commonplace, with time travel expected 20 years […]

The UK would not support future search and rescue operations to prevent migrants drowning in the Mediterranean Sea, the Foreign Office has announced.  The Foreign Office has said it will not support search and rescue operations to proactively rescue people trying to cross the Mediterranean because this “encourages” more people fleeing countries like Libya, Eritrea […]

Head of the British Monarchy Queen Elizabeth sent her first ever tweet today at the opening of a new exhibition at the Science Museum. “It is a pleasure to open the Information Age exhibition today at the @ScienceMuseum and I hope people will enjoy visiting. Elizabeth R,” was the Queen’s first tweet – sent through the […]

Terror arrived at the doors of the Canadian government on Wednesday, as at least one gunman mounted a murderous attack in the heart of Ottawa.  An attacker shot and killed a soldier guarding the National War Memorial. A gunman then raced into the parliament building, where witnesses said up to 50 shots were fired before […]

Vinyl, the once ubiquitous music format, has had an impressive revival in the UK and sales of records this year are on course to break through the 1 million mark for the first time in almost 20 years. New figures compiled by the Official Charts Company show that almost 800,000 vinyl albums have been sold […]

Later today, Apple is poised to unveil two new iPads at an event this evening after staff accidentally leaked images of the devices overnight, with rumours suggesting that new Macs and an updated Apple TV are also due for release. While Google was unveiling the new Nexus range and Android Lollipop 5.0, screenshots popped up […]