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News

All the News You Want to Read This Morning

Smaller firms should publish their gender pay gap too, say MPs.
VICE Staff
8.2.18
Munchies

Google Removes Egg from Salad Emoji to Make It ‘More Inclusive’ for Vegans

Hi. Sorry. This is dumb. Bye.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
6.7.18
Brexit, What a Great Idea

How Brexit Will Affect Your Phone Bill On European Holidays

Thanks to EU law, we're no longer charged a fortune for using our phones in Europe. Thanks to Brexit, that could all change.
Mattha Busby
2.19.18
Moped Crime

The Teenage Moped Gangs Terrorising the UK's Streets

At the end of last year, the Metropolitan Police reported a 600 percent increase in moped muggings since 2014.
Adam Forrest
7.6.17
cafes

Why You Should Think Twice Before Using Coffee Shop Wi-Fi

In a new list of public Internet spots most at risk of hacking, cafes came out top.
Daisy Meager
5.24.17
Art

[Premiere] Chromatic CGI Artwork Interrogates Empathy in the Digital Age

In Issue #16 of FELT Zine, Nicole Ruggiero explores the Internet's effect on our emotions.
Nathaniel Ainley
1.7.17
Art

Pick the Best Mobile Phone Photo of the Year

Surreal seagulls, bridges to nowhere, and other stunning images have been shortlisted for Sony's Mobile Phone Photography Award.
Becky Chung
3.11.15
Design

A Cardboard 'Pill' a Day Keeps Dead Smartphone Batteries Away

Designer Tsung Chih-Hsien may have the antidote to low battery syndrome, in the form of these small, eco-friendly cardboard pellets.
Wouter Kloot at The Creators Project Netherlands
11.20.14
tech

How to Stop Your Smartphone Getting You Arrested

More and more people are being prosecuted thanks to their phone data; here's how to not be one of them.
Michael Grothaus
5.28.14