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Emojis help software spot emotion and sarcasm

Emoji icons have helped scientists train computers to understand sarcasm.

Facebook Takes Another Stab at Neutralizing Fake News

Stung by charges that it allowed fake news stories to proliferate during the 2016 election cycle, Facebook on Thursday began…

Bitcoin soars to record high value

Bitcoin's value has jumped to a record high, following a month of turmoil. The virtual currency reached $3,434.02 (£2,636) per…

IPhone glitter cases recalled over reports of burns

A range of liquid-filled iPhone cases is being recalled after reports of skin irritation and chemical burns associated with the…

Game of Thrones unseen episode spoilers leaked

A summary of an unseen Games of Thrones episode and copies of other HBO shows have been put online by…

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Busy trains SMEs on the use of social media

Busy Internet, a 4G LTE provider over the weekend held its third monthly discussion series intended to focus on digital…

Game of Thrones script 'stolen in HBO hack'

A group of hackers claims to have stolen the script for a forthcoming Game of Thrones episode and other data…

Putin bans VPNs in web browsing crackdown

Vladimir Putin has banned virtual private networks (VPNs) and Tor in a crackdown on apps that allow access to websites…

It is easy to expose users' secret web habits, say researchers

Two German researchers say they have exposed the porn-browsing habits of a judge, a cyber-crime investigation and the drug preferences…

Apple 'pulls 60 VPNs from China App Store'

The creators of several Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) have criticised Apple's decision to remove their products from its App Store…