Showing 1 - 10 results of 52 for "Rhodri Marsden"
Move over video: why podcasts and audio continue to make waves
'It’s a very authentic format. You almost feel as if a friend is talking directly to you:' long form audio continues to rise in the era of the social media skim read
September 19, 2018
Silence, please: is it really possible to mute the world?
We ask Sheng Shen of the University of Illinois if total noise-cancellation can be achieved in real life and if we have the technology to accomplish it
September 11, 2018
A look into the state of bendable phone technology
Are we ready for a 2018 update of the clamshell phone?
September 1, 2018
Our batteries are stronger than ever. Trouble is, they still sometimes explode
Lithium’s power potential was discovered in 1977, but as we continue to demand more from it, it isn’t always safe. So what’s on the horizon?
August 25, 2018
How face filters on phone apps are leading teens to get plastic surgery
We look into the effects of social media on self-esteem, leading to a rise in cosmetic surgery among young people
August 16, 2018
Dislike: why the thumbs down option on Facebook is a fundamentally flawed idea
In a poisonous social media atmosphere with 'well-policed echo chambers', is it a good idea to give people the opportunity to downvote the opinions of people they disagree with?
August 7, 2018
Is storing data in DNA the way forward?
We look at how a new way to store information, in strands of synthetic DNA - the whole world’s data could potentially fit in a wardrobe
August 2, 2018
Why it’s not always OK to hit the OK button
Pop-up advertisements online can be irritating and deceptive, and they are getting ever more sophisticated
July 14, 2018
Could this be the solution to the pricey problem of smashed phone screens?
It's a literal parachute of sorts for one of the most annoying smartphone issues - delicate, all-too-breakable glass screens
July 8, 2018
How measuring apps became a reality
With their margins for error, we look at how far we should trust our phones to take accurate measurements
July 1, 2018