A sample survey conducted among adult PC users in the U.S. shows nearly two-thirds of them being unaware of Windows 11. And more than a third of the people were unsure of what they like about it.
IBM has released a study that suggests that gender equity in the workplace is not a top priority for 70% of businesses around the world. It provided several measures to address this.
Virgin Media and the Centre for Economics and Business Research have published a report which calls on the UK to invest more in technology to see a £232 billion boost to the economy by 2040.
Nokia and Telefonica have conducted a study of the energy efficiency of 5G. They found that based on Telefonica's network, 5G was up to 90% more efficient than the older 4G network.
According to a study, global power consumption in Bitcoin mining reached new highs this year, topping 7 GW. Industry stands at 120 EH/s with China contributing significantly to the mean hashrate.
O2 has released a new study that finds people's opinions on working from home. Most respondents expect home working to increase after the lockdown ends but it also revealed some miss socialising.
With multimaterial multinozzle 3D printing, a team at the Wyss Institute at Harvard reduced the time required to print complex shapes and objects to a fraction of the time required currently.
In a recently published study, researchers claim that increased screen usage by children is directly correlated with decreased white matter integrity, which plays a vital role in cognition.
Under the program, 100 students belonging to underserved communities will receive $40,000 to pursue computer science at college together with a guaranteed internship placement at Amazon.
A new study from Roku suggests that in 5 years, the number of streamers could overtake those that pay for TV content. The study included more than 19,000 participants making the findings plausible.
O2 and the NSPCC have published new information from a study on 2,000 children in the UK and their online habits. They hope to help parents with online matters with the re-launched Net Aware site.
A recently published study has found a link between excessive phone usage and mental health issues, a tendency to drink alcohol, and an increase in the number of sexual partners respondents have had.
A study of the number of ways Google collects user data has revealed that on average, an idle, unused Android device communicates with Google 10 times as often as any of its idle iOS counterparts.
A study on right-wing groups in Germany has correlated the rise in anti-refugee sentiments in social media with a directly related rise in real-life hate crimes against these communities.
Stanford researchers led by Raj Chetty have been given access to data that Facebook holds on U.S. users. The fact that Facebook is sharing the data is raising questions about user privacy.
Mozilla has addressed the Mr. Robot game, again, which it deployed in some users' browsers without consent. It has set out some guidelines to ensure this sort of gaffe never happens again.
This week at the International Broadcasting Convention in Amsterdam, IBM has released a study which reveals that 65 percent of surveyed individuals experience regular buffering of video content.
A team of scientists studied data from two Apollo missions and the Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft and found evidence of water in almost every single lunar deposit that was a result of a volcanic eruption.
According to new research, your perception of what children and young adults experience online might be challenged after it was concluded that individuals do not experience as much online abuse.
A new study by the Bureau of Economic Research has suggested that young men choose to work fewer hours mainly because of video games, amongst other reasons including companies hiring fewer men.
A new study conducted by an Italian operator has revealed which popular messaging app consumes the least amount of data when tested under light, medium, and heavy usage. The results vary wildly.
The extent to which piracy is impacting sales of premium TV content in the UK has been revealed by a YouGov study. It shows that five million people are illegally streaming, and more are planning to.
A recent study by researchers at Stanford University found that while young people are indeed social media savvy, they have difficulty determining genuine news from sponsored content.
The Aalborgs University in Denmark conducted a study, finding out which smartphones perform best on a weak signal. It concluded that Microsoft's Lumia 640 blasts other phones in signal performance.
An experiment was conducted about security by the Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg in Germany. The study sent scam emails to test subjects, and then measured who would open the links inside the message.
A new study examines the relationship between piracy and operating system usage. Interestingly, piracy actually helps Microsoft retain more Windows users as it stops them moving to Linux.
The first peer-reviewed study on Bitcoin is out but is expected to be published in May. It investigates participants knowledge about Bitcoin, why some don't use it, and its barriers.
In a recent research by an online store, it seems that children would prefer to learn computer programming more than learn a foreign language. However, this was seen by some as an "easy option."
A researcher of a recent study has come up with a formula that connects boredom to how we use our phones. They measured how many apps a person uses, as well as how often they check their handsets.
A new study has claimed that phone data alone is enough to predict symptoms of depression; it is understood that the more time people spend on their phones, the more they are likely to be depressed.
A new study has found out that notifications received from our phones tend to decrease our work efficiency and productivity, as the brain is reportedly distracted on the message's possible content.
It's a common stereotype that boys like games where sexy images of women are present. However, a survey has revealed that most gamers don't care about the sex of the protagonist.
A recent study has revealed that banning students from using their phones at school improved their test results. It also showed significant improvement of the test scores of underachieving students.
While Apple Pay is still in its early stages as a new payment service, a study has revealed that issues regarding the service is downgrading the potential of it to become widely used.
While camping is considered by many to be an escape from the busy city life to reconcile with nature, it has been discovered in a study that free Wi-Fi is important for many campers in America.
Well, there's some bad news for selfie-loving men: An intriguing study has revealed that men who take selfies and post them online without any editing show signs of psychopathy.
Facebook conducted a study of 700,000 users' news feed posts in 2012 without notifying it was doing so. The study was for a research paper by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Department of Justice put out a memo warning government workers of the high risk of malware on Android compared to the very low risk on iOS.
Facebook is a useful tool for sure, but at the moment it seems like it's just filled with people crushing candy. But a recent study shows that we may be most unhappy after using the social network.
If you've ever thought that Facebook seemed depressing you were completely right according to scientists. And it seems Instagram may be even more so as it "purifies this one aspect of Facebook".