The Telegraph
| Monday, March 28, 2016 |

Knowhow

How to stop being furious

Isabel Clarke, a clinical psychologist who runs an anger-management clinic, explains why bad temper is a growing problem — and how to keep it in check

Imagine a pill you could take that instantly calms your temper when it’s about to burst into a Herculean mess. That’s what researchers might be on the brink of formulating after experiments helped them to identify the brain’s... | Read»


No response from mouse

BITS & BYTES / Surit Doss

q+a I updated my HP Probook laptop to Windows 10 and since then HP’s WiFi mobile mouse has stopped working. It used to work fine in Windows 8.1. The mouse is detected by the laptop and paired, but after that there is no response to clicks. | Read»


The eyes have it

Q: I went to buy a pair of sunglasses but got very confused in the shop. The prices vary widely and the labels say all kinds of things like “UV” and “polarized”. | Read»