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Donald Trump's new social media site has already been hacked

Donald Trump's upcoming social-media site, Truth Social, was hacked just a few hours after the announcement of its launch.

SPAC linked to Trump's social media venture surges for second day

Shares of the blank-check acquisition company that plans to publicly list former U.S. President Donald Trump's new social media venture soared again on Friday, more than doubling in value with trading halted multiple times due to volatility.

Twitter says Online Safety Bill needs more clarity

Government plans for social media regulation need "far more clarity", a Twitter boss has told the BBC.

Facebook agrees to pay French media publishers over copyright

The social media giant reached an agreement with some French dailies just weeks after signing an agreement with newspapers Le Monde and Le Figaro.

New Facebook whistleblower claims execs downplayed Russian interference, hate speech: report

The claims purportedly corroborated many recent allegations by Frances Haugen, another former Facebook employee

What is Donald Trump’s social media platform TRUTH Social?

Is Donald Trump’s big comeback about sincerity and TRUTH? Here’s everything you need to know about this new social media platform.

Your new iPhone 13 doesn't really need a case, if you ask me

You should free your iPhone from its case already. Mine occasionally wears a cover, but the majority of the time it's caseless. Here's why.

From Election Misinformation To Harming Children, Leaks Inundate Facebook

Facebook's tenacious efforts to fend off critics is not likely to appease elected officials openly calling for action against the tech giant.

Investors go crazy for Trump social network

Donald Trump’s announcement of his own social media network after being kicked off Twitter and Facebook has sparked a frenzy from investors eager to get on board.

NHS England Covid app outage shows problems of single centralised system

Analysis: app falling offline caused frustrated users to be turned away from flights and venues

Group that spread false Covid claims doubled Facebook interactions in six months

Revelations about World Doctors Alliance pages raise questions about platform’s efforts to control misinformation

France hails victory as Facebook agrees to pay newspapers for content

Social media firm announces deal after long-running battle with national and regional newspapers

Facebook signs copyright agreement with French media after prolonged talks, paving way for tech giant to pay for news content

Tech giant Facebook has reached an agreement with parts of the French press concerning the copyrights of articles and stories shared on its platform. The firm also announced the launch of Facebook News in France, due in 2022.

Google Pixel 6 phones launch with custom chips and aggressive pricing

Top new Androids have bigger cameras, Tensor processor and five years of support

Bitcoin or gold? Which is best buffer against inflation as crypto hits record high

BITCOIN hit a fresh high today, nudging $67000 after another dizzying rally which has seen the world’s most popular cryptocurrency more than double in price in three months.

Apple iPhone 13 - all the latest deals

Details have emerged about what it’s going to cost customers to run the iPhone 13, Apple’s latest range of smartphones that the company recently revealed.

Pinterest shares soar amid reports of $39bn takeover by PayPal

Paypal approached digital pinboard site Pinterest, which has 478m active users, about possible acquisition, Bloomberg News reports

Apple iPhone 13 mini review: still the boss of small phones

Mini model trounces competition with great camera and performance, but isn’t the best iPhone for the year

The True Cost of Upgrading Your Phone

Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, once compared buying an iPhone for $1,000 to buying a cup of coffee a day over a year. No big deal, right? But financial advisers see this differently. By some estimates, an investment of $1,000 in a retirement account today would balloon to about $17,000 in 30 years.

UK govt must crack down on apps promoting extremism, Labour leader Starmer says, taking special aim at Telegram

The UK government must do more to crack down on platforms that fail to tackle violent content online, Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer has said, taking special aim at messenger app Telegram.