A 16-Year-Old Has Died After Being Electrocuted By His Headphones
The teenager in Malaysia was found dead with blood coming out of his ears.
5 Realistic Ways to Stop Checking Your Phone All the Time
By small increments, we can become healthier in how we respond or relate to technology.
Photos of the Stir-Fries and Coke Binges I Found on My Stolen Phone
Six weeks after my phone was stolen, I got it back. Now I know more about the two men who took it, than I do about most of my mates.
Question Of The Day
We Asked People to Show Us the Most Recently Deleted Photo on Their Phones
Weekend acid trips, gym selfies, and stolen cheese—what they hoped they'd never see again.
This Cafe Charges Customers Who Plug in Their Laptops
A cafe owner in Vienna has started billing customers who use the space to charge electronic devices.
All the Ways You’re Going to be Watched in 2017
Spies, police and companies will all have new powers to snoop on you – so how bad could it get in the year ahead?
Couple Tormented by Constant Phone Calls Asking for Papa John's Pizza
Almost every night, the Strausses get a pizza order on their house phone, but they don't even make pizza and are a private residence.
We Called London's Most Popular Phone Box to See Who Picked Up
Because why not.
Lizzo's New Song "Phone" Is Your New Booty Bass Classic
Fresh from hosting the VMA red carpet pre-show and launching her MTV show, Lizzo drops this sick cut from her upcoming new EP.
Kim Taylor Bennett
What Happens When You Let Your Phone Take You on a Bar Crawl
A London nightlife website recently launched a “concierge” messaging service that responds to texts at any hour with bar recommendations. I tested it out on a quiet Tuesday night.
The Met Police Need to Fess Up If They're Secretly Monitoring Phones in London
The Met won't confirm or deny whether they're behind the fake phone masts grabbing information from Londoners' phones, meaning we have no idea whether the tech is being used responsibly.
Travel to Instagram Candyland with These Dreamy Photos
Shot and edited entirely on a phone, Judi Sebastian makes her own laws of physics in these colorful photos.