Are you "in a relationship" on Facebook? If so, you might wish to go to this link: Facebook.com/us. The page is the newly launched digital version of the relationship between you and your significant other, including posts, events and photos that both of you are tagged in.
By now, everyone knows computers can talk. There's Hal. There's Watson. And, of course, there's Siri. But never before have computers been able to talk for you, in your voice, and in a foreign language. That's the technology - or a precursor to it - that Microsoft Research recently demonstrated at an event in China. The company's research arm on Thursday posted a video of the talk and a blog post about the technology behind it.
A smartphone app has been launched to help save an Australian indigenous language that is in danger of disappearing.
Two seconds. That's when Internet users start ditching online videos if they're not loading properly, according to a new study from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Akamai Technologies.
Ayen Kuol is a woman with a mission: to get men into the kitchen. Kuol, a Sudanese woman, was working as a health worker in Australia, visiting newly-arrived refugees, when she came across single men going hungry because they had no idea how to prepare simple meals.
Susie Kalimnios has traveled thousands of miles for two spectacular minutes. The mother of three from Montauk, New York, is in Australia for what she's hoping will be "the experience of a lifetime." She has made a pilgrimage to Australia's remote Far North Queensland region to witness a total solar eclipse.
I took a long stroll through the cavernous Egyptian Museum, just off Tahrir Square, this month. It was the first time I went though the museum without breathless Egyptologists yanking me around, impatient children or a looming deadline.
When George Entwistle was appointed director-general of the BBC, I sent him a short message: "Congratulations. Good Luck. And get yourself some decent suits." Despite my fairly regular run-ins with the BBC, culminating in the dispute that led to the Hutton Inquiry and the resignation of his predecessor-but-one, Greg Dyke, and the then chairman Gavyn Davies, I remain a supporter.