How Glastonbury Builds A City-Sized Phone Network For Just One Weekend
In 2010, data usage at Glastonbury reached 0.11 terabytes; this year it's expected to pass 60 terabytes. Here's how Worthy Farm copes with the increasing demand
These Are The Best Things To Ask Google Assistant
From smart-home devices to phones and Sonos speaker control, here’s our pick of the best Google Assistant actions to try right now
Sabrina Weiss
Omega's New Watch Was Tested At The Bottom Of The Deepest Point On Earth
The new Seamaster Planet Ocean Ultra Deep Professional went to 10,928m, the deepest point on the planet and was left there – by accident – for two and a half days
Jeremy White
Why I Listen To Recap Podcasts About TV I'm Not Watching
It’s possible I’ve discovered the antidote to both millennial burnout and toxic levels of screen time
Sophie Charara
Google Broke Nest. Now It's Trying To Fix It
Google is rebranding its smart-home products as Nest, but it's been a tumultuous journey from startup to major Google brand
K.G Orphanides
Look Past The Facebook Redesign And The Future Is Totally Not Private
Zuckerberg's plan to fix Facebook is built around encrypted messages. But its data privacy problems have nothing to do with chat – it's targeted adverts that need fixing.
MATT BURGESS