Sina Weibo - China's Twitter equivalent - is to remove an online celebrity list following criticism by state media of celebrity culture on social media. Read more
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With the Olympic opening ceremonies right around the corner, Campus Reform reporter Ophelie Jacobson went to the University of South Florida to ask students who they plan on rooting for during the Olympic Games. Read more
Thousands of names and addresses belonging to UK customers of a leading website for buying and selling shotguns and rifles have been published to the dark web following a "security breach". Read more
A sealed copy of video game Super Mario 64 has sold at auction for more than $1.5m (£1.1m), shattering records.
Working from home through the pandemic has been a challenge, but some UK firms have tried to lessen the pain by sending out free perks.
Social-media users are sharing Google Street View images featuring friends and relatives who have since died.
Instagram is offering its users the option to hide the number of likes they receive on posts on the app.
Parents' evenings are likely to remain virtual beyond the pandemic, the government's education catch-up tsar has said.
TikTok is facing a legal challenge from former children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield over how it collects and uses children's data.
There remains "little association" between technology use and mental-health problems, a study of more than 430,000 10 to 15-year-olds suggests.