The sale of high-caffeine soft drinks to children could be banned in England, the British government said on Thursday, citing public health concerns.
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Warren Buffett is not tweeting inspirational quotes. But fake Warren Buffet is, and you may have seen his advice this week.
Vaping can damage vital immune system cells and may be more harmful than previously thought, a study suggests.
The BBC is experimenting with a way of delivering the news more quickly on smartwatches.
Mark Zuckerberg insisted at Facebook's annual developer conference earlier this year that his company "will never be unprepared ... again" for meddling and disinformation efforts like those run by Russian trolls on its platform during the run-up to the 2016 election.
Electric scooters are appearing in many major cities across the country, bringing fun to riders, profits to scooter makers — and lots of potential risks to walkers and riders.
Being young, single or a jobseeker makes Facebook users more likely to have deactivated their accounts or at least considered it, a study suggests.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will create as many jobs in the UK as it will displace over the next 20 years, a report has said.
China had 772 million netizens by the end of 2017, with a penetration rate of 55.8 percent, and 40.74 million more than the number in the previous year, Beijing News reported citing a report released by the Internet Society of China.
As I have tried to both persuade and coach corporate and NGO sustainability leaders of the beauty of social media engagement these past few years, a simple five-phase theory has emerged.