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Tweets reach a limited audience, but screenshots on other platforms spread them further.
The tech giant plans to partner with banks and credit unions in the US to offer current accounts.
A pilot is in progress to see if invisible barcodes on packaging can improve recycling rates.
Here's what they thought of paid-for adverts from the Conservatives, Labour and Liberal Democrats.
The latest figures for harmful content on Facebook highlight the enormity of the challenge to remove it.
The UK's first full-size 'driverless' bus is tested in Glasgow.
One thief was with a stolen £60,000 Audi A6 on a site called Mr Dingers - slang for stolen vehicles.
Keyboards on previous MacBook Pros had divided opinion - the new model's keyboard has been redesigned.
After a phone screen repair, the woman was shocked to find an "extremely personal" photo had been sent.
Elon Musk tells AutoExpress Brexit made the UK "too risky" for his first major European factory.
Demand is soaring for the metal cobalt, an essential ingredient in batteries and abundant on the seabed.
The advertisement for PopJam is banned for encouraging children to gain followers and likes.
Regulator says it will examine the details of Google's deal with a major healthcare firm in the US.
Richard Taylor looks at what is new at the LA Adobe Max Creative Conference for BBC Click.
The party says the first DDoS attack against it failed and it has "ongoing security processes in place".
Disney's new streaming service is reported to be down by many users as its global launch unfolds.
The app is making changes so transgender users experience less harassment as they use the program.
A new trailer for the Sonic The Hedgehog movie has been released after fans hated original design.
Users could get warnings about web pages that are poorly designed and take time to show up.
The tech giant has struck a deal with huge US health firm Ascension, giving it access to the records.