Two new winter sports emoji were shot down at the last minute, seemingly because they included images of guns.
Armed police call-outs to harassment victims’ homes are classed as “hoax calls” by the Met. We need to see these attacks for what they are: stalking and harassment.
A new app lets users swap toilet anecdotes while using the loo - but its real intention is to raise awareness and funds for sanitation around the world.
An anonymous Twitter user has claimed responsibility for an attack on the site last week and two police callouts to Mumsnetters' homes - but no one knows why they did it.
Wikipedia, with its network of citizen editors, can be vulnerable to inaccuracies – but is it really so much worse than peer-reviewed journals?
Dating apps don't change what we want, they just gives us better access to it.
Google has been tracking our locations, and now it's using the information to tell us when destinations are least busy.
I’ve been a grown-up public crier pretty much since reaching adulthood. But it hasn’t got any easier.
Followers stealing your jokes? Turns out Twitter might be willing to acknowledge that you're the copyright holder, and delete copycat tweets.
According to an ex-employee, around 5 per cent of the company's staff have shared their salaries on an internal database, and the bosses aren't happy about it.
News on Facebook travels through “Likes” and shares, and people won’t Like a crackdown on benefits, even if they secretly support it.
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