Smartphone addiction is unlikely to be caused by notifications, a study by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) suggests.
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People who play video games for long periods of time tend to report feeling happier than those who do not, a study has indicated.
Owners of iPhones and iPads will soon be able to play Fortnite again, via a cloud service, the BBC has discovered.
Eating disorder charities have issued a warning about a "harmful" diet app that had been promoted on the Apple App Store to over-12s.
Credit reference agency Experian has been sharing the personal information of millions of people without consent and must stop, the UK's information commissioner has ruled.
Demand for cosmetic treatment has shot up since lockdown in March, according to those in the industry.
A hacking group is donating stolen money to charity in what is seen as a mysterious first for cyber-crime that's puzzling experts.
Instagram says it will do more to catch influencers who fail to disclose when they have been paid for their posts.
Two misleading ads for mobile games that bear little relation to the actual product have been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).