Strands of the first US president’s hair thought to have been gift to book’s owner from James Alexander Hamilton, son of the famous Treasury secretary
At least 90% of the ancestry of Britons was replaced by a wave of migrants, who arrived about 4,500 years ago, say researchers
Exclusive: transit app firm says new service has stops like a bus, is bookable like a cab and runs on a network like a tube train
Chinese investment is paying off with serious advances in biotech, computing and space. Are they edging ahead of the west?
In once sleepy Kadıköy-Moda, new nightlife and culture hotspots happily coexist with the district’s established restaurants and cafes
Is a 1-litre engine enough? The new compact crossover from Seat proves you can pack a punch no matter your size
Whatever two-wheel adventures you are planning, this classy take on the all-round gravel bike will make the ideal companion
Company’s new flagships expected to continue full-screen, curved glass design of S8, with a dual camera for the S9+
Mark needs to replace a 10-year-old desktop computer on a budget. Is a refurbished model a good option?
Users of latest Chrome browser on Windows, Mac OS, Linux and Android will have some of most intrusive types of ads blocked automatically
White rings formed due to oils and polish in the wood reacting negatively with the silicone foot on the bottom of £319 speaker
Social network instructed to delete illegally collected data or face €100m in fines after it loses case over consent and tracking
The social insects have been seen cleaning wounds and possibly administering antibiotics to prevent infection
Claims that cheese, sex and Facebook affect your brain in the same way as drugs fundamentally misunderstand how it all works
With its new Reply system the firm is taking the art of conversion one step forwards – or should that be backwards?
Advertising watchdog rejects Echo Dot owner’s complaint that TV spot was irresponsible
Google’s Susan Wojcicki joins chorus attacking Facebook, while social network says it doesn’t know what people ‘find meaningful’
From a fried-chicken joint to a Michelin-star blow out, the Seoul-born founder of three Korean London restaurants picks her favourite places to eat in the South Korean capital
Celebrating a century at the heart of the modernist movement, the Austrian capital is putting on quite a show
A stay at a new wildlife centre offers families a mini safari experience – with monkeys, a night-time wolf expedition and breakfast with giraffes
Plus: More UK wildlife sanctuaries