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The former England cricketer becomes the sixth celebrity contestant to be confirmed so far.
The InfoWars conspiracy theorist is reported to have posted a link to a video that broke Twitter's rules.
A study suggests young children will trust robots and change their minds.
More than 1,000 posts containing anti-Rohingya hate speech are found on the social network.
According to reports, regulators want to question executives at the firm about its privatisation plans.
Police make an arrest over a fatal hit-and-run after a Reddit sleuth identifies an obscure car part.
Official says "there is no way to verify" what object is and whether or not it may pose a danger.
A US study has tested out a suspicious object detection system based on ordinary wi-fi.
Customers have complained about damage, which they say has been left for many days without being fixed.
A paedophile who hid his face from the camera was convicted when an expert could identify his hands.
The personality trait rating system helps to highlight the flaws in artificial intelligence.
The UK advertising regulator received 280 complaints about the online giant's one-day delivery claim.
Tinder's owners are accused of undervaluing it, cheating executives out of shares worth billions.
Affected account holders are seeing random film stills replacing their profile photos.
The virtual rebuild of Kenilworth Castle has taken block enthusiasts 100 hours.
An advertising agency is conducting job interviews in the video game Fortnite.
A watch commander at Oldbury Fire urged Uber to "educate riders".
The Chinese publisher of Monster Hunter World is forced to stop selling the monster-slaying game.
A study from Associated Press suggests that users are still tracked even if they turn off location history.