Why is there so much controversy surrounding the popular short-video app?
A research project is looking at how to make bespoke masks which could benefit health workers.
MPs say the government must publish a draft bill to tackle online harms by the autumn.
Cassette sales have doubled year on year but still represent a "tiny fraction" of music sales.
Germany's Hermes says it will invest £100m in the UK after a surge in online shopping during lockdown.
A video featuring the band's song In The End, shared on Twitter, has since been disabled.
A union wants the company to be more transparent about how the data it collects affects drivers.
A senior company official tells the BBC the video-sharing app is not "under the thumb" of the government.
Several wearers have complained of "hissing" and distortion in Google's premium earbuds.
Uncertainty over the Chinese video sharing app comes as tension mounts between the UK and China.
The coronavirus pandemic has meant healthcare systems having to delay non-emergency surgery.
Russia's representative in the UK also dismisses suggestions of interference in British politics.
The hospital-developed program lets ill patients who cannot speak the chance to interact with staff.
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The firm says it is "embarrassed and sorry" for the hack that saw celebrities tweet a Bitcoin scam.
Ofcom say it is concerned some people are "not being treated fairly" in email address charges.
The body of Fahim Saleh was found decapitated and dismembered in his Manhattan apartment on Tuesday.
A government pilot of hired e-scooters is being trialled across the Tees Valley area.
Two days after the hack, Twitter says it is still checking if private data was compromised.
Researchers have developed a tiny lightweight video camera that can be carried by a beetle.