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The move follows further legal action against the ticket resale website.
The firm's plan to launch a censored search engine in China had faced much criticism.
Start-up NeuraLink wants to start testing its human computer interface on humans.
A hacker targeted the Balkan country's tax agency and reportedly offered local media access to stolen data.
The UK Advertising Standards Authority bans a Dyson ad for implying fan is cordless.
The Emojis have been released by Apple and Android to better represent disabled people.
Small, cheap satellites can help us track pollution, crop yields and congestion like never before.
The tech giant's Libra digital currency is attacked by senators who say the company is not trusted.
Fifa 20 will be the first game in 25 years not to feature the licence for Serie A champions Juventus.
More than a million people RSVP to an event calling for people to break into the Nevada base.
A magistrate recommends Andrew Anglin recompense a Jewish woman over his harassment campaign.
President Trump tweets he will look into allegations made by the tech billionaire Peter Thiel.
An AI system teaches itself to solve the Rubik's Cube more quickly than any human.
Instagram is struggling to remove graphic images of the body of a 17-year-old girl.
Pearson says students will only be able to rent physical books as it makes all products "digital first".
May saw the world's first unmanned commercial shipping operation.
New tools to fight online scams are launched after a legal action by TV personality Martin Lewis.
Steven Mnuchin joins other powerful voices in warning that the cryptocurrency could be misused.
Gerald Matovu, who sold drugs to serial killer Stephen Port, gave his victim an overdose of GHB.
Thousands of workers are calling for better conditions as the retail giant's annual sale starts.