Fewer people are using Facebook to discover and discuss news, as messaging apps such as WhatsApp gain in popularity, a study has suggested.
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In former mining towns across northern England and Wales, the scars from the collapse of the U.K. mining industry in the 1980s are still visible.
On Toronto's Eastern waterfront, a new digital city is being built by Sidewalk Labs - a firm owned by Google's parent Alphabet.
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Amazon says it does not eavesdrop on customers' conversations to target advertising at them, after it emerged it had patented "voice-sniffing" tech.
Fewer people's jobs are likely to be destroyed by artificial intelligence and robots than has been suggested by a much-cited study, an OECD report says.
Researchers in Australia say they have traced the country's indigenous languages back to a single, common tongue.
Apple wants emojis to better represent people with disabilities.
Social networks' failure to tackle cyber-bullying is risking the mental health of young people, a Children's Society survey has found.