• By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    RIDE HAILING APP GRAB FALLS IN $40BN MARKET DEBUT

    Shares start trading in ride-hailing firm Grab which has used a shell company for its flotation.

  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    HOW TO SPOT THE SOFTWARE THAT COULD BE SPYING ON YOU

    Software used to spy on someone via their phone is a growing threat and common in domestic abuse cases.

    Phone
  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    GOVERNMENT FINED £500,000 FOR NEW YEAR HONOURS DATA BREACH

    The addresses of more than 1,000 people, including Sir Elton John and Gabby Logan, were shared online.

  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    JACK DORSEY'S SQUARE CHANGES ITS NAME TO BLOCK

    Days after Jack Dorsey resigned as chief executive of Twitter, his other company is changing its name.

    Twitter
  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    VIRGIN MEDIA OUTAGE HITS UK TV VIEWERS

    The company said it was aware of an issue affecting TV services.

  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    FACEBOOK UNCOVERS CHINESE NETWORK BEHIND FAKE EXPERT

    It deleted 500 accounts which amplified claims that the US was meddling in the Covid origins search.

    Facebook
  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    CRYPTOCURRENCY EXECUTIVES TO BE QUESTIONED IN CONGRESS

    Washington is joining other governments in scrutinising the rapidly expanding sector more closely.

  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    MATCH SETTLES LEGAL FIGHT WITH TINDER FOUNDERS FOR $441M

    Dating app Tinder's founders claimed in court that Match had undervalued the firm by $10bn in 2017.

  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    SCIENTISTS CLAIM BIG ADVANCE IN USING DNA TO STORE DATA

    Scientists say they have made a major step forward in storing information in molecules of DNA.

  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    MICROSOFT EDGE BUY NOW PAY LATER SCHEME MET WITH CRITICISM

    Its Edge browser has added a credit scheme - which users have labelled as "exploitative".

  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    TWITCH UNLEASHES AI TOOL TO SPOT BANNED USERS

    Twitch's suspicious-user detection system uses machine learning to spot those trying to evade bans.

  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    UK'S FASTEST BROADBAND FOUND IN SWANSEA STREET

    Residents can, according to website Uswitch.com, download a two-hour film in 47 seconds.

  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    WHY MARS-BOUND ASTRONAUTS MAY GO TO ICELAND FIRST

    With a similar landscape to other worlds, it could aid research into extra-terrestrial missions.

  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    DUOLINGO BOSS: 'DEVELOP YOUR SOCIAL SKILLS'

    Luis von Ahn, co-founder and CEO of language-learning app Duolingo, shares his business advice.

  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    ELON MUSK JOKES ABOUT WHISTLEBLOWERS WITH NEW TESLA PRODUCT

    In recent months, Tesla has faced lawsuits over alleged sexual harassment and racist abuse.

  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    FACEBOOK REVERSES KYLE RITTENHOUSE SEARCH POLICY

    Facebook had ensured searches of the teenager's name on its platform would result in blank pages.

    Facebook
  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    TWITTER WILL REMOVE IMAGES TWEETED WITHOUT CONSENT

    Images or videos of private individuals posted without consent could be removed for violating rules.

    Twitter
  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    E-SCOOTERS IN LONDON: MET POLICE WARN RETAILERS NOT TO EXPLOIT CUSTOMERS AT CHRISTMAS

    Thousands of e-scooters ridden illegally have been seized by police in London so far this year.

  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    UK COMPETITION WATCHDOG ORDERS META TO SELL GIPHY

    The CMA rules Facebook's purchase of the vast Gif database unfair to competing social-media platforms.

    Facebook
  • By BBC   -   Dec 3, 2021

    PARAG AGRAWAL: INDIA CELEBRATES NEW TWITTER CEO

    Parag Agrawal's appointment has made headlines in India where Twitter has over 30 million users.

    Twitter