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Read blog posts written by young people about science and technology.
Many of us still don't think that we need to recycle or can't be bothered. Sometimes choosing the correct bin to put our rubbish in and emptying them feels like too much effort.
Next time you’re in a public place, take a look around you, and count how many people are using their phones.
Let’s go back to Stockholm in the year 1628.
My computer desktop is a bit like my handbag: it’s full of things I either don’t need or don’t use, it looks untidy, and I’m not quite sure where a lot of the stuff has come from.
In recent years, climate change has been a much talked about issue, with many debates over its possible impact on the world, and some even going so far as to question its very existence.
By today’s standards, my mobile phone is pretty rubbish. It’s a Nokia 1616.
A few weeks ago, while I was home for Easter in Scotland, I went to the cinema with my friends. We were going to see ‘The Hunger Games’, and I was really looking forward to it.
There are many different social network sites in use today, but none have changed the way in which we communicate more than Facebook.
Facebook. It doesn’t matter where you are in the world; you always seem to be within reach of it.
This title, belonging to one of the world’s best-selling apps “Doodle Jump”, has grabbed the attention of well over 10 million people and has helped to make the game a household name amongst users
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