More people tuned in to this week's episode of Game Of Thrones than any other episode in the show's history.
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Articles by Josh Coulson
A plane with a wingspan longer than your average football field has successfully flown for the very first time.
It's no secret that the ice caps are melting, but it turns out they're melting at a much more alarming rate than scientists first thought.
Israel's eight-year quest to successfully land a spacecraft on the moon has sadly ended in failure.
A new report has revealed that employees at Amazon are listening to recordings made via Alexa devices to help improve its speech recognition capabilities.
Scientists and astronomers have managed to capture a photo of a black hole. It's the first time anyone has actually ever seen one.
Twitter continues to try and tackle spammers and bots on its platform by drastically cutting the number of accounts users can follow in the space of one day.
Deep brain stimulation is currently used to treat a handful of serious illnesses, but research into how it can be used in other ways is currently in progress.
New regulations introduced by Ofcom this week mean broadband customers can claim compensation if their provider's service is not up to scratch.
A woman in Scotland has lived with a gene mutation that prevents her from feeling any pain for 65 years and didn't even realize.
You could pay $2500 for this beautiful vortex fountain. Or you could pick up a few things from your local hardware store and have a crack at making your own.
In 2007, the legal smoking age in the UK was increased from 16 to 18. There is now growing pressure to up it again, this time to 21.
Time flying by as we age isn't just something we imagine, there is actually a scientific explanation behind why it feels that way.
Feeling anxious about the fate of our planet is entirely understandable, and a great many people are now suffering from what has been dubbed "climate change anxiety."
In the search for evidence of water and life on Mars, scientists have discovered the red planet once had rivers larger than our own.
Interval workouts are rightfully dubbed as a great way to exercise, but this way of working out isn't the right choice for everyone.
Breakdancing is being heavily considered for the Olympics and could be a medal event by the 2024 games in Paris.
The Journal Of Astrobiology And Space Science has made the bold claim that life has been discovered on Mars. However, NASA is yet to confirm the news.
A Roman bathhouse that was built and used over 2000 years ago is still up and running and being used in the same way it always has today.