T-Mobile were one of the first firms to take advantage of the longer adverts
Users can edit which pictures appear in the video, in case any not-so-fond memories pop up
'Creating low self-esteem empowers companies, so how do we stop it, and do we even want to?'
The reasoning behind the sudden change has not been revealed
It often seems Millennials shamelessly promote themselves online without any afterthought
The brothers have announced a complete U-turn on their controversial licensing and trademarking plans
A number of Android users have found that the Facebook app could be negatively affecting their phone's performance
As the world became gripped by Truman Show fever in 1998, Voog was the one-woman show they watched everyday
Chair of Joint Intelligence Committee says on too many occasions companies wait to be approached before taking action
By bleating about a writer’s erudition you are merely allowing your own ignorance to embarrass you
'While a smartphone’s video camera allows us to remember our experiences at music concerts, how many of us will really watch back those videos?'
'Have you ever posted a photo of you doing something you do every day; watching TV or wearing those comfy old clothes? No?'
Penny Sparrow, a retired estate agent, faces criminal charges and is under investigation by the country's Human Rights Commission over her comments on social media
New browser reportedly allows user more flexibility without having to switch between apps
Luton regularly tops lists of the worst places to live in the UK
The tweet comes from a parody account with a Nazi swastika plastered over Mr Trump's forehead