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Google Docs was inaccessible for a "significant subset” of users on Wednesday.

The company confirmed the issue on its status page but did not offer more information.

Completing the merger process could span beyond a year, that is according to the Marketing Director of Airtel, Rosy Fynn.

YouTube is to restrict the availability of videos showing children’s characters in violent or sexual scenes if they are reported by viewers.

Last week, a blog post by writer James Bridle highlighted how YouTube was still being swamped by bizarre and indecent videos aimed at children.

The site says it already stops such videos earning advertising revenue.

YouTube said its team was “made up of parents who are committed to improving our apps and getting this right”.

Fancy editing your photos to a (near) professional quality but don’t know where to start with apps? Beauty and Tips has got you covered. In this article, we take a look at the 10 best photo editor apps for your phone.

“God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains.” 

A view on social media shared not by some uninformed luddite, but by one of the people responsible for building Facebook into the social media titan it is today.

Sean Parker, Facebook’s founding president, unloaded his worries and criticisms of the network, saying he had no idea what he was doing at the time of its creation.

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The company behind Snapchat has taken a $40m (£30m) hit to its finances after its video-recording sunglasses failed to sell as well as hoped. Snap launched Spectacles in September 2016, originally selling them only through pop-up vending machines.

Pressing a button on the glasses records a short video that can be shared on the Snapchat messaging app.

But on Tuesday the company revealed costs of $40m (£30m) due to “excess inventory” and cancelled orders.

We already know that for various users, iOS 11.1 makes media playback stutter, breaks audio control on the lock screen, and autocorrects the word “I” to an unrecognizable character. But there’s more! It also breaks the Calculator app.

Apple shares hit record as iPhone X launches

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Apple shares hit a fresh record high in after-hours trading as the tech giant's iPhone X hit the shelves.

WhatsApp back up after global outage

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Messenging app WhatsApp is operating again after a brief global outage.

Xbox One X review: This is the ultimate Xbox

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This is the Xbox One X. It’s the fastest and smallest Xbox and the first to offer games in 4K. At $499 the higher resolution comes at a steep price. After a week with the console and hours of gaming, I can firmly state the Xbox One X is the best Xbox to date. This Xbox has everything.

One major feature of the iPhone X is how it can unlock the screen with just your face — also known as Face ID. It’s the new replacement for Touch ID, because there’s no longer a home button. Instead of chunky edges around the screen, you’ll have to settle for a “notch” at the top, where the front-facing camera and the sensors for Face ID sit.

New emojis. Do you need to hear anything else? Apple just released an iOS update. iOS 11.1 is the first feature update for iOS 11. It adds a couple of new things, starting with dozens of new emojis.