Two new winter sports emoji were shot down at the last minute, seemingly because they included images of guns.
EOS lip balms have conquered the internet, thanks to their smooth spherical shape and the passion and imagination of teenagers.
Ransomware, the war on the password and why you are your phone’s worst enemy.
Once ridiculed for allowing anyone to edit it, Wikipedia is now the seventh most visited website in the world.
The pressure to stop customers using VPNs is likely coming from traditional TV networks and film companies, not from within Netflix itself.
The app let you "buy", "sell", and edit facsimiles of other people's Twitter accounts. Unsurprisingly, it's already closed.
Bosses can look at whatever we do on work devices, as long as this policy is communicated to employees first. Is this a step too far?
Grieve – or don’t – how you want. For the really macabre spectacle, you have to turn to the clickbait factories turning sorrow into cash.
The dangers of allowing “internet” to mean “Facebook”.
Suddenly, the media has woken up to something that fans have known for a long time: there is a whole world of explicit and implicit relationships beyond what we see on screen.
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