Companies now want to scan the brains of their employees

A number of companies such as InnerEye and Emotiv are investigating the possibilities of using brain scanning technology on employees. By Jonathan Klotz | Posted 2 hours ago Every day,…

RFU under fire from MPs for its role in the disappearance of Worcester and Wasps | rugby union

The rugby union was accused of ‘failure on an epic scale’ as the recent collapses of Worcester Warriors and Wasps came under parliamentary scrutiny on Thursday. Julian Knight, chairman of…

Cristiano Ronaldo scores in fifth World Cup as Portugal beat Ghana in thriller | World Cup 2022

A laborious contest turned into a thriller and, cutting it all, Cristiano Ronaldo managed to make the story his own. It was hardly a surprise under the circumstances and it…

The best Black Friday deals for headphones

The modern world of audio streaming, podcasting and working from home requires the right audio accessories that allow you to immerse yourself in the action. We’ve picked out some of…

Virtual reality – the answer to tech recruiters’ prayers?

Job interviews are rarely fun for anyone on either side of the table. For candidates, there’s the pressure to perform, to walk a tightrope between doing and saying the right…

China imposes new lockdowns as local Covid cases hit record high | China

China has imposed a new round of Covid lockdowns, including in a city where workers at the world’s biggest iPhone factory clashed with police this week as a daily record…

The Long Dark details Survival Mode’s massive paid expansion, releasing in December

Hinterland Studio’s stunning snowy survival adventure The Long Dark gets its first paid extension on December 5, and before the release, the developer has detailed all that will bring. Tales…

What if the dinosaurs had not disappeared? Why our world might look very different

Sixty-six million years ago, an asteroid struck Earth with the force of 10 billion atomic bombs and changed the course of evolution. The clouded sky and the plants have stopped…

Transport Secretary Mark Harper says ‘there is a deal to be done’ on rail strikes after ‘constructive’ meeting with union boss | Politics News

Transport Secretary Mark Harper says ‘there is a deal to be done’ with railway unions to end planned industrial action following a ‘constructive’ meeting with the leader from the RMT,…

Dr Martens can’t complain about being kicked out by investors | Nils Pratley

Dr. Martens is synonymous with “rebellious self-expression,” according to the blurb, so the company can’t complain if an independent-minded stock market decides to jump in. Investor reaction to Thursday’s half-year…