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There is now evidence to show that most dinosaurs were covered in feathers, but film-makers might not welcome the new, softer, image.
A new ransomware that bears a striking similarity to dystopian sci-fi tropes is making the rounds.
The power of “meme magic” is changing the world as we know it.
Sammy Griner explains what life is like nine years after his baby picture became a meme.
Steve Bannon and George Osborn talk about their life on social media.
A look back at the worst new inventions of the last year.
Can social media giants really implement the health secretary’s sexting suggestions?
What are YouTube Poops and why do we need them now, more than ever?
Privacy and security experts warn against the lesser-scrutinised Part 5 of the Digital Economy Bill, claiming bulk data sharing could be vulnerable to hacks.
If people want to receive all their news from a single feed that reinforces their beliefs, there is little that can be done.
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
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