Richard Taylor takes a quick spin through some of the products putting a lateral take on mobile storage and battery life at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Patients with a kidney disease called focal segmental glomerulosclerosis who have variants in the APOL1 gene may be at a more advanced disease stage at diagnosis, a study finds.
Spencer Kelly looks at some of the best of the week's technology
Find out about the health benefits of folate including decreasing risk of birth defects, lowering risk of depression, maintaining a healthy heart and preventing cancer.
By comparing reactions to musical extracts among Canadians and Mbenzélé Pygmies from the Congo, researchers found some emotional responses to music are universal.
A new study by Ohio State University shows that men who posted more online photos of themselves than others, scored higher on measures of narcissism and psychopathy.
Rapper 50 Cent was at the Consumer Electronics Show with his new range of headphones, which double up as health monitors.
Scientists in Canada create a computer program that they say is the perfect poker player - never making a mistake.
Can India's 'Uber for tour guides' survive controversy?
Universal has taken aim at companies that create mixtapes for prisoners in its latest piracy fight.
Those of us who watch a lot of TV may be more likely to reach for the junk food, finds a new study, which claims this is due to poor knowledge and fatalistic views about nutrition.
Adolescents tend to judge their peers according to misguided stereotypes, and these misconceptions can in turn lead to risky behavior, according to a new study.
Bill Gates has drunk a glass of water made from human faeces, to showcase technology he said could provide clean water in the developing world.
A bacterium that has evolved in the human gut to feed on yeast - consumed by the host in bread, wine and beer - may suggest clues to new autoimmune disease treatments.
The company denies it has hardened its policy towards VPNs but says it remains opposed to them.
Ukraine points the finger at Russia for German hack attack but do they have any evidence for the claims?
Scientists develop a way of transmitting data using light rays and work on a single pixel camera which sees things the human eye cannot.
Scientists are working on a new, long-lasting biomaterial that incorporates nano-sized particles to rebuild worn enamel and reduce tooth sensitivity. They have tested it in dogs.
Scientists have found a new class of antibiotic that attacks the cell wall of pathogenic bacteria - including superbugs - making it very hard for them to develop drug resistance.