You may have already heard the news that our collective spiritual home, Manchester’s Old Trafford, looks set to receive a serious technological upgrade.
The United States are not realising the incredible “Chinese technological prowess” in the context of the US-China trade war and will ultimately be defeated by their Asian rivals, says a leading University of Manchester academic.
During the last two decades, the use of mobile phones has grown rapidly, changing the way we live and manage our lives.
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5G-enabled phones have started appearing in stores across the UK but are you 5G ready?
Mobile phones are an intrinsic part of modern society. With the average teenager spending upwards of two hours per day on their smartphones, many schools in Greater Manchester are trying to limit phone usage during the day.
‘All you’ll see is the back of their head’: Freshers’ week students warned of muggers on bikes who snatch phones
Bicycle thieves of a different variety may be targetting unsuspecting Manchester freshers when the university year starts next week.
Young people can be baffling creatures but perhaps one area where the generation gap is most obvious is in the use of slang and text speak. MM asked the people of Manchester to try to decode some of the acronyms teens use today
Manchester University professors have quashed any worries that power lines and mobile phones cause cancer, saying they are ‘safe for humans’.
Apple’s new bendy iPhone 6 is just another in a long line of issues marring the reputation of the software giant
Tech-sex tension: Manchester couples would rather play with their phones than their partner, claims report
A survey conducted by Durex found that lovers in the North West are letting technology get in the way of their sex lives.
Manchester’s motorists are ‘fooling themselves’ that they’re good drivers – speeding, texting and causing accidents
Worrying statistics revealed for National Road Safety Week