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‘Strictly Come Dancing’ contestants Brian Conley and Gemma Atkinson  in London last year. Ms Atkinson endured sniping from some fans of the show about being supposedly “too masculine” for dancing. Photograph: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images

“Imagine you’re a Page 3 girl and they’re going for the butt shot,” says Chloe Madeley, helpfully. It is a grey January morning in a gym ne(...)

‘By the time mid-January rolls around, it’s not unusual for our finances to be teetering close to peril.’

January always feels like a threadbare month, not least in comparison with the excess and bombast of December. Yet by the time mid-January rolls aroun(...)

The Google logo is pictured atop a Californian building: Pornographic images have been found in children’s games in the Google Play Store. Photograph: Mike Blake / Reuters

Pornographic images were found on scores of children’s game apps which were in the Google Play store, caused by a malicious code called “AdultSwine”. (...)

A CES  attendee wears Blade augmented reality glasses enabled with Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant Photograph: Bloomberg

It is often said that the most interesting part of the Consumer Electronics Show is not the technology on show but the conversations that happen behin(...)

President Emmanuel Macron, who is pushing for a change to France’s “legal arsenal” that would introduce emergency legal action allowing authorities to remove “fake news” content or block particular websites. Photograph: Ints Kalnins/Reuters

There are those who knowingingly, intentionally spread “fake news” and then there’s the gullible kind – among them those overtired and/or terribly lit(...)

Facebook now has 1,200 people reviewing flagged content from “deletion centres” in Berlin and Essen. Photograph: AFP

US social media companies have scaled up operations in Germany, where a controversial new law has turned the country into a testbed for whether tech f(...)

Brian Shimkovitz of the Awesome Tapes From Africa record label says the transition from rooting in crates in Chicago for cassette tapes to browsing market stalls in Accra, Ghana,  was perfectly natural.

In 2001, Brian Shimkovitz was a young jazz fanatic in his second year of studying ethnomusicology at Indiana University. He had never left the United (...)

Catherine Cleary sees the move towards more easily prepared plant-based food  continuing in 2018, especially with younger people, and with ‘part-time’ vegans.

1. The year of the vegan “We’re all going vegan on January 1st,” jokes Irish Times restaurant critic Catherine Cleary, picking up on the widely forec(...)

Syrian refugees have started a digital media workshop at the CONNECT Centre in Trinity College Dublin. Pictured (L-R) Ghassan Shamet, Mohamed Zaamout, Taqwa Alhariry, Kamel Shabaan, Nour Zaamout and Hamza Kurdy. Photograph: Paul Sharp/Sharppix

Noureldin Zaamout hopes to study graphic design when he finishes school. The 17-year-old student also plans to learn more about photography and archit(...)

“It’s an amazing way of celebrating our Irishness in this period of historic centenaries,” claims Sorcha

I’ve been tackled in my time by 250lb of prime Newbridge College beef. I’ve had my eyes gouged, my testicles twisted and my head trod upon more t(...)

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