Facebook says it mistakenly let 5,000 developers gather information from people's profiles after a time limit on their rights had expired.
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Google will no longer automatically back up images and videos from social media platforms in its photo app.
Small business owners across the United States are confronting the fact that financial help from the federal government, if it comes at all, may not be enough to weather the COVID-19 crisis
Google says it will pay some news outlets for "high-quality" stories that it uses amid pressure from publishers.
Twitter has labelled a video tweeted by US President Donald Trump as having "manipulated media" for the first time.
Spotify has announced a deal that will see superheroes and villains from DC Comics and Warner Bros star in narrative podcasts on the platform.
Apple is facing mounting calls to reconsider its App Store rules, from the creators of the apps themselves.
Google has explained why search results information about Sir Winston Churchill was missing a photograph for several weeks.
A software developer has tweeted about how wearing a VR headset for hours a day has damaged his eyesight.
Twitter has accused the US president of making false claims, in one of the app's own articles covering the news.