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Updated: 14 min 22 sec ago
The Trump-supporting right has a new favourite meme and they're trolling opponents far and wide.
A court grants search warrants and freezes the assets of five people accused of making cheat software.
Phone and tablet companies will be able to experiment with alternative versions of Android.
One in 10 children have been asked to remove their clothes over online video chats, says the NSPCC.
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The advert mimicked a horror movie and was likely to scare youngsters, the ad authority says.
The majority of those tricked out of money after talking to fraudsters on dating sites lose more than £2,000.
The streaming service adds seven million subscribers in the third quarter, bringing the total to 137 million.
The move safeguards more than 200 jobs at the viral publisher, which collapsed with debts of £6.5m.
Pepper goes to Parliament to talk to MPs about the role robotics and AI will play in the classroom.
The Chinese technology company ditches Google's Wear OS in favour of its own smartwatch operating system.
To celebrate its time on VKontakte, Russian media watchdog Roskomnadzor offered users day-long bans
A YouTube gamer is being sued for selling Fortnite cheats and promoting them online.
The credit-card-sized device is designed to help people take a break from their main phone.
Pepper the robot answers questions from MPs on the education select committee about helping to care for older people.
An estimated seven million people have lost savings and pensions, but there is help to track them down.
The firm's CEO defends a possible return to China, a market Google abandoned over censorship concerns.
The billionaire businessman, who also owned the Seattle Seahawks NFL team, died in Seattle on Monday.
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