Scrabble Go, a new game which will replace the existing official Scrabble mobile app made by Electronic Arts (EA) has sparked hundreds of complaints.
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Technology giants are facing calls from news publishers for a better share of revenues from Australia to America.
Fortnite-maker Epic Games is taking legal action against Google after being banned from the Google Play app store, hours after doing the same with Apple.
Chapman University constitutional law professor John Eastman faced backlash over an opinion editorial he wrote for Newsweek.
Howard graduate Kamala Harris's selection as Joe Biden's running mate is being seen as groundbreaking not only for Blacks and women, but for historically Black colleges.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he wants a "clean" internet.
Twitter says it will no longer "amplify" tweets by state-controlled media organisations, by excluding them from its recommendation systems.
Instagram is rolling out its TikTok rival Reels, adding the ability to create and discover short videos to the main Instagram app.
The European Commission will carry out a full-scale probe into Google's takeover of Fitbit.
TikTok's time in the US may be running out, with President Trump and other senior officials talking of an imminent ban.