Tech & games
In a recent geocaching treasure hunt, 200 students used GPS technology to learn problem-solving skills and more.
Usually when people win sports competitions they're pretty happy about it. Some might even be ecstatic. Back slapping and plaudits are sure to follow. But last Saturday there were a few victors who were not overjoyed.
We all know that the internet is for reading, online shopping, and commenting on friends' photos. But there are some pointless websites, a little-known form that lies between modern art and addictive web game.
Although a digital camera is a useful tool for social networking or for fun, there are hidden threats.
You may have defeated Corypheus, but the Inquisition is far from over. Jaws of Hakkon, the recent DLC expansion for Dragon Age: Inquisition takes you to an all new area called Frostback Basin, in the southern region of Thedas.
The internet is one of the greatest resources available to mankind. But it's not just Google, YouTube, and cat photos. There are tonnes of free resources that can help you, both in self-improvement and in entertaining oneself. Here are some we like.
Forget the selfie. Mobile technologies are changing the way we learn. Here are some of the useful learning apps out there.
WhatsApp, WeChat, Facebook - we use apps on our phones to communicate with friends all the time. But what if we could also use them to communicate with teachers?
Make calls, read email, control music, manage Instagram photos, keep up with your workout, pay for groceries, open your hotel room door. CEO Tim Cook says you can do it all from your wrist with Apple Watch.