As we spent more of our lives online, what happens to our virtual selves when we die? Do they disappear too, or do we become ghosts in the machine?
Like an ocean predator, if Facebook is not moving forward, it is dying. So is this big fish drowning or can it continue to swim with the tide?
Social networking and blogging voices the dreams and aspirations of the young and middle-class in Egypt, leaving other groups as marginalised as ever.
Faced with soaring unemployment and the lack of prospects, many educated young Hungarians are being drawn to the radical right. But will it give them the better future they seek?
Can Israelis and Palestinians learn something about building bridges between divided communities from the Egyptian revolution?
We’re entering a world of augmented reality (AR) which might sound scary to rational-thinking grown-ups but perfectly natural to iPhone-savvy toddlers.
The imminent fall of Egypt’s dictator should embolden Egyptians, especially the young, to deal with the mini-Mubaraks holding Egyptian society back
If God wants to reach out to humanity, why rely on prophets and scripture when he presumably has the power to connect with each of us directly?
Facebook, Sellaband, Twitter… social networking is like the classics with the clap. And a bloody waste of time to boot.
Is technology designed to monitor and report on our every move a sign of ambient intelligence or stupidity?