Social media companies are having a rough start in 2018. Across the world, governments are cracking down on certain apps and the types of content that appears online.
Global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in 2017 has exceeded $3tn for the fourth consecutive year.
Tesco, the UK’s biggest supermarket chain, has apologised after customers complained that the retailer’s Christmas turkeys were “rancid” and “rotten.” Many who purchased the turkey — which costs up to £59 in the store’s Finest range — took to social media to share photos of the poultry.
The Italian city of Rome is facing a pre-Christmas backlash after it blew $60,000 on a Christmas tree that’s been described as looking like a toilet brush.
Tech giants including Facebook and Microsoft last week prevented cyber attacks from North Korea directed at the US.
At this year’s Emmy Awards, streaming sites Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu all received a record number of nominations.
This year, Twitter has made it part of its mission statement to finally crack down on the trolls and alt-right supremacists that populate the platform and give it a bad name.
Youthquake has fought off competition from Antifa, broflake and milkshake duck to be crowned the Oxford Dictionaries’ Word of the Year 2017.
California is struggling to cope as blazes continue to burn across the state in what has been the most destructive wildfire season on record.
Buying a doner kebab in European cities almost became a thing of the past.
After causing devastation in the Caribbean earlier this year, Hurricane Irma has topped Google’s list of the most searched things on Google in 2017.
Chinese spies are reportedly using LinkedIn to gather information on German officials and politicians.
Director and producer Gary Sinyor is something of a black sheep in terms of British independent cinema.
2017 really has been an incredible year for video-games.
Hamilton has finally arrived in London.
When it comes to social media, Instagram commands a huge amount of power.
Instagram — the wildly popular image-based social network owned by Facebook — has rolled out an update will notify users when they’re looking at pictures that harm animals.
When you’re a startup looking for high growth and mentorship, where do you turn for advice?
Australia’s competition regulator has launched an inquiry into whether US tech giants Facebook and Google have harmed the country’s news media.
Fears over money laundering and terrorism financing are causing governments to crack down on cryptocurrencies like bitcoin.
Today is the anniversary of a technological wonder: the first text message was sent 25 years ago.
The head of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wants to do away with net neutrality.
Pope Francis will hold talks with Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s de facto leader today, before he delivers a speech which will touch on the plight of the Rohingya muslims in the region.
Unlike America, the UK never much went in for prohibition.
When Just Eat — an online takeaway platform that owns no restaurants or stores — enters the FTSE 100 next month it will rank higher than Marks and Spencer and Sainsbury’s.
Tencent has a lot to celebrate about right now.
The head of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is gearing up to finally kill net neutrality and plans to do so before the end of the year.
When you think of Prince a few things may spring to mind.
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The European Union wants input from its citizens to assess the impact of so-called fake news and the social responsibilities of social media giants.