The Queen’s debut tweet weighed in at a healthy 137 characters, and didn't need any text speak whatsoever to get under the limit.
Job centres across the country will be undergoing a major digital makeover, with electronic pads that will eliminate the traditional queues job seekers face when signing on.
The sapphire glass manufacturer, which filed for bankruptcy earlier this month, has officially announced its settlement with Apple, but will continue to research sapphire glass production.
Amazon has revealed that the launch of the Fire Phone has not gone as expected, and that the company will have to take a £105m charge.
Microsoft has spoken in more detail about what the switch from Nokia Lumia to Microsoft Lumia will mean, and the fact that low-end Nokia brand phones will still be produced by Redmond.
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