The newspaper's dating site says the platform is "no longer viable".
Websites will have just one hour to pull content reported by police, or face huge fines.
About one in four most-viewed coronavirus videos on YouTube contain false claims, research suggests.
Rolled out at the port of Antwerp the device vibrates if the wearer is too close to another worker.
Addison Lee and Uber are installing partitions and providing taxi drivers with protective gear.
America's biggest city joins others in tightening rules on delivery apps after restaurant complaints.
Germany's contact-tracing app will not accept self-diagnosis reports, despite NHS saying they can save lives.
Ofcom's latest broadband report shows speeds are up in the past year, despite a slight lockdown dip.
The boss of the electric carmaker had defied shutdown orders to reopen the firm's factory.
Researchers at Tokyo University unveil a lightweight vehicle they hope will transform commuting.
Germany's chancellor confirms she was targeted by hackers said to be Russian military intelligence.
Separate attacks hit companies involved in building emergency hospitals in Birmingham and Yorkshire.
Why Iceland's population records and a blood bank could help reveal secrets of the coronavirus.
The social media company said its work-from-home approach during the lockdown had been a success.
The class-action lawsuit covers moderators working in four US states from 2015 until now.
The competition attracted lots of entries after the official contest was cancelled.
The store listed hard-to-find technology and exercise equipment at discount prices and is now offline.
World leaders such as President Trump will be included in the new policy, Twitter confirms in a tweet.
A new app designed to replace the existing official Scrabble app has sparked hundreds of complaints.
Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks hit by hackers who claim to have contracts and personal emails of stars.