Tourists new to visiting Britain, from London to the Scottish Highlands, are explaining the quirks that shocked them the most when they visited.
Prime minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern has turned down an 11-year-old’s bribe to conduct research on dragons and telekinesis.
A woman has inspired the internet with her first paintings, a hobby she took up after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
For those who don’t use Reddit, it can seem like a confusing place far removed from the mainstream of Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.
Jodie Whittaker has said she avoided reading the reviews of her performance in Doctor Who because it would not be good for her “soul”.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be an astronaut, living and working on the International Space Station for half a year?
Tech giants should proactively prevent the sharing of 3D-printed gun files across social media and internet search engines, a group of US senators has said.
We’ve all been there, you’ve had one too many drinks and done something a little bit silly … but these confessions take the biscuit.
Everyone has memorable moments with friends and family but every so often interactions and experiences are shared with strangers, be it a Good Samaritan helping someone out in a spot of bother or a random act of kindness.
Films add drama and fantasy to the everyday and professions are subject to a fair bit of artistic licence – for example spies are, sadly, not James Bond.
A photo showing a garden through four windows is delighting social media users.
Forum website Reddit has confirmed it was the victim of a data breach which has compromised usernames, passwords and email addresses but has not confirmed the size of the breach.
Discovering a hack is satisfying, but when it doesn’t require more than the tools already at your disposal it’s gold dust.
If you ever play video games, you’ll know many titles offer hints and tips on loading screens to help players succeed.
The human body is a miraculous thing, and most of us hardly know anything about how it actually works.
Serena Williams wore a black “superhero” catsuit on her Grand Slam return following the birth of her daughter and dedicated the victory to mothers “who had a tough recovery from pregnancy”.
You may have heard the “yanny” and “laurel” debate that divided the internet in recent days, but incredibly there’s a new teaser that gives you a choice about what you’re hearing.
Fiction can often circulate as fact, with urban myths straying into the public consciousness to be accepted as true – but what about the other way around, when facts sound fake but aren’t?
Facebook is testing its Reddit-style “downvote” button in New Zealand.
Former Nasa astronaut Scott Kelly took part in a Reddit Ask Me Anything, answering questions online from members of the public.