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The firm reports a near 50% revenue rise and says it is taking a broader review of its responsibilities.
The firm has been criticised for using algorithms not human judgment to curate the app.
The series, which launches in July, will go behind-the-scenes as journalists pursue stories.
A good manners feature will praise children if they ask questions politely.
Crisis-hit TSB said its internet bank is working at 50% capacity, leaving half of customers locked out.
Cyber-security researchers found a way to unlock rooms across the world without leaving a trace.
Google adds security measures to minimise the risk of data-protection breaches in its mail service.
Facebook is expected to follow suit after internet giant falls into line with most other major platforms.
The UK is looking at its own sat-nav system if the EU locks it out of Galileo because of Brexit.
New rules on data come into force in May. Here’s what you need to know.
The messaging app is changing its rules ahead of the introduction of new data privacy regulations in May.
The drones sound an on-board siren to warn swimmers when spotting a nearby shark.
The bank's IT chaos is set to continue into a fifth day despite an apology from the chief executive.
Aleksandr Kogan has been talking down the value of his data. Is he right to do so?
The Canadian government has invested $2.7m in a project developed by the University of Waterloo.
Academic Aleksandr Kogan also accuses Cambridge Analytica's boss of fabrication.
A rugby match was livestreamed via iPlayer in a trial featuring the high-quality TV formats.
Hackers have taken Ukraine's energy ministry website offline, demanding a Bitcoin ransom to release encrypted files.
In Singapore, senior citizens are learning how to code computer programs on training courses designed to modernise skills and keep older brains sharp.
The mobile phone giant is ranked lowest for the seventh year in a row by consumer body Which?.