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More than 600 new words, phrases and senses, including "woke" and "post-truth," have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary in a recent quarterly update.
A Shenzhen-based internet giant is set to return more than 30,000 yuan ($4,400) to a family, after the son stole and spent the money on a popular mobile game.
In the fiercely competitive bike share market, a new player is hoping a bold color choice will help it stand out.
A 15-story tower of Ferraris and Lamborghinis in glass boxes has become a quirky landmark in Singapore. And it all started with a visit to Toys R Us.
Playing darts in pubs could soon be replaced by playing in virtual reality instead.
This could be the beginning of the end for all those mind-numbing online account registrations.
Fitbit has said it is investigating a report from a Wisconsin woman who said she suffered second-degree burns when her fitness tracker caught fire.
When Ian Wright started working from his home in London last November, he thought he had the ideal setup.
Facebook’s annual developers’ event, held this year in San Jose, is the social network's chance to bring together all of the people that work with the site to create the apps and other features used by the almost two billion people.