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Every day, tons of perfectly edible, tasty food finishes up in landfill sites. Nowhere in Europe is the problem as bad as it is here in the UK -- especially in London, with its thousands of restaurants.

Since the launch of Pokémon Go on July 7, the app has already been downloaded an estimated 7.5 million times in the United States alone.

Health and fitness apps are now up there with weather and finance as essential mobile tools, according to a new report from Yahoo-owned analytics firm Flurry.

Google has launched a new beta app called Voice Access, which lets people control their Android phone with voice commands.

WhatsApp announced on Tuesday its messaging and calling service is now fully end-to-end encrypted for all users, and as a result, the Facebook-owned messaging service unable to comply with government intercept orders.

We recently found a potential issue, and have reacted quickly to fix it. Although we haven’t encountered any suspicious activity.

Photos have been at the center of some of the biggest moments on Twitter. As a core part of the Twitter experience, it’s important that images shared on our platform are accessible to everyone, including those who are visually impaired.

Line already dominates phones in some corners of the world through its messaging app and rapidly expanding list of services.

Some seven months since launching Apple News, Apple is finally ready to let more than a select few major publishers use its platform to distribute news media.

You know WhatsApp's Android developers have finished hibernating when they start throwing one build after the other like a going out of business sale.

Kaspersky Lab’s Anti-malware Research Team reported detection of “one of the most dangerous Android banking Trojans ever seen”, called Acecard. Let’s see what makes this malware so dangerous.

Earlier this week WhatsApp turned seven years old. It has been an amazing journey and in the coming months we're putting an even greater emphasis on security features and more ways to stay in touch with the people that you care about.

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