The service, which allows users to send gift cards from businesses like Starbucks and iTunes to each other, will be removed on 12 August, and staff have already been reassigned to other projects.
The Lords Home Affairs EU Sub-Committee, a UK cross political party team, say the judgment has resulted in material being removed on the basis of "vague, ambiguous and unhelpful" criteria.
Amazon has said it will invest a further $2 billion to advance its operations in India, a day after Flipkart, its Indian e-commerce rival, announced fresh investment of $1 billion.
Unprecedented numbers of Muslims around the world have been celebrating Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr in 140 characters, according to Twitter’s press office.
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Mr Mosley, 74, wants Google to block images first published in the dissolved British tabloid News of the World, which he successfully sued for £60,000 in 2008.
ITProPortal will soon be publishing a series that will set about translating cloud jargon into something we all can understand. Tune in over the next couple of weeks for more.
UK communications regulator Ofcom has published a new report advising the government on safety measures to help safeguard younger web users.
Google has announced that it wants to help users have a good time while on holiday. While that sounds great, the search giant is doing it in a creepy way - by reading your emails.
It is warning customers to close the window on sites that are under investigation for breaching copyright and file sharing services form the brunt of those targeted.
The dating site OkCupid has freely admitted lying to its customers, but is there more to their coming clean than meets the eye?