The owner of an independent hardware shop has said he has been “overwhelmed” after a £100 Christmas advert starring his son became a viral sensation.
Tesla’s new electric pickup truck has inspired unlikely art in the form of a mashed potato sculpture.
Bereaved families including MP Jo Cox’s widower and the brother of a Manchester Arena terror attack victim have expressed their relief at Twitter’s decision not to delete accounts of the deceased.
Twitter has said accounts belonging to the deceased will not be removed as part of its “clean-up” of inactive profiles until it figures out a way to memorialise these accounts.
A writer is offering to pay for film tickets for lonely Americans during the Thanksgiving holiday.
United States President Donald Trump has baffled Twitter followers by posting an edited photo of himself with Sylvester Stallone’s body.
Labour and some of its high-profile supporters did more to push people to register to vote than any other party, social media statistics show.
Jo Cox’s widower and a Manchester terror attack victim’s family fear losing the “digital legacy” of loved ones amid Twitter’s plans to delete inactive accounts.
A new self-deprecating meme has people sharing just how useless they would be in a time of crisis.
Twitter has started warning users who have been inactive on its platform for more than six months that their account risks being deleted as part of a huge “clean-up”.
Jeremy Corbyn has adopted a meme to encourage people to register to vote by writing a hidden message in a photo on Twitter.
A debut novel by “the poet laureate of Twitter” has been shortlisted for a major literary prize.
Independent candidate David Gauke has posted a humorous video online in which he interviews a constituent who appears to have been persuaded to change political allegiance.
Arlene Foster has urged politicians in Northern Ireland to stop treating each other as enemies.
BBC staff have complained after claiming the corporation has introduced a “six chip” rule in their canteen.
Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen has labelled social media companies “the greatest propaganda machine in history”, accusing Facebook, Google and others of facilitating hate on their sites.
Twitter is granting all users the power to hide replies to their tweets that they find abusive or irrelevant.
Rachel Riley has been embroiled in an online row after editing a photo of Jeremy Corbyn at an anti-apartheid protest as she accused him of racism.
More than 2 million low-paid workers are set to be lifted out of National Insurance under plans to be unveiled in the Tories’ General Election manifesto.
Boris Johnson has hinted more than 2 million low-paid workers could be lifted out of National Insurance under plans to be unveiled in the Tories’ election manifesto.