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Change is in the air at the Chinatown Night Market as new food trucks meet hip-hop karaoke and a Street Fighter II tournament in a thick slice of local hipsterdom.
It’s not a question of if we end up colonising our nearest neighbour, says astronomer Phil Plait, but how and why we would want to.
Naming new species after celebrities is a very good way to draw attention to your findings. Here’s some of the most weird and wonderful tributes.
From the capital’s cafe-kissed streets to the coast’s waterfront restaurants, this emerging nation is developing a culinary scene to match its Mitteleuropa neighbours.
Even the most notorious nose-to-the-grindstone business traveller will have a difficult time not having fun in this sunny Colorado city.
According to a new survey, travel happiness could be as simple as in-flight wi-fi and a smile from your flight attendant.
With surveys repeatedly suggesting that travellers see the French as impolite and unwelcoming, we see if the stereotype is really true.
Beyond the lowbrow glamour of Surfers Paradise are three smaller beachfront towns, each with a slow-paced village feel behind their stunning and very surfable beaches.
Take a look at the most glamorous gowns from the Cannes red carpet this weekend.
Google, Nasa and Lockheed Martin have all backed an experimental machine that could transform computing. But what do they want it for?
The most stunning travel photos from the past seven days – capturing the food cultures of Sardinia, the paradisaical beaches of the Seychelles and Seville’s contemporary architecture.
The debut of the latest iteration of Stuttgart’s famous flagship sedan prompts a look back.
On 18 May, more than 150 museums and cultural spaces will open their doors at sunset for a free, fresh look at the capital’s cultural heritage.
Poor-quality MP3s are now our default sound format – but there is a huge new market for technology that can improve our listening experience.
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The most amazing pictures from the last seven days – including a home-built robot, a return to Earth for intrepid astronauts and a very hungry bear cub.
Despite its violent past, a new era is dawning in Central America’s secret garden, with doors re-opening to travellers and heartfelt welcomes from the locals standing behind them.
More than half the world’s population are concentrated in urban areas, and this is having an effect not just culturally, but biologically too.