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UK's Government is bidding for an iconic look for its electric vehicle charge points, which would fit in with the look and feel of its cities.
(Reuters) -Netflix Inc will launch an online store to sell limited-edition apparel, lifestyle merchandise and collectibles based on "Stranger Things," "Lupin" and other popular shows, the streaming giant said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Facing regulatory and political pressure, Facebook and Alphabet Inc’s Google in recent years committed a combined $600 million to support news outlets globally - many of them local or regional enterprises foundering in a digital age.
Hyundai has been told off by the UK's Advertising Standards Authority for overstating how clean its hydrogen cell vehicles are, and will need to change its marketing.
TikTok explains the mechanics of how to be popular on the platform, with its 'Behind The Camera' series of instructional videos.
Online second hand stores are enjoying a boom as Gen Z try to to live more affordably and sustainably.
(Reuters) - Video conferencing services have for years boasted that their technology is "intuitive" to use or "integrated" to function with other tools, but now vendors such as Google and Cisco can hardly go a blog post without trumpeting a different attribute: "inclusive."
Social media made Logan Paul famous. Boxing is making him rich.
No good deed goes unpunished: correcting others on Twitter may result in more negativity, research finds.
In recent years, a stream of developers and executives from top video game publisher Blizzard have left to create their own studios, seeking the creative freedom and autonomy they feel is no longer possible at a company chasing mega hits.