News The spherical cartoon-like sketch incredibly helped catch Glenn Rundles - who does have a rather round head

The local sheriff’s department has had the last laugh after a drawing widely panned as the worst police sketch ever has helped catch their suspect

Facebook 'self-censorship': study records when you don't post to find more ways to share

An official research paper written by the social network has shown that 71% of users self-censor: writing status updates and comments that they never post

Facebook: autoplaying ads to appear in users’ news feeds

The feature will be tested on a small number of users this week

YouTube: Censored in Pakistan

Is Saudi Arabia planning to censor YouTube?

A report has claimed Saudis could soon be forced to obtain a permit allowing them to share videos on YouTube

Google says it should not be tried in UK courts for allegedly tracking British citizens

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Tennis star Andy Murray wins SPOTY, Adidas tweet: 'Not bad for a man with no personality'

Adidas has taken a shot at Andy Murray’s critics, tweeting a picture of the sportsman with the caption: “Not bad for a man with no personality.”

James Franco certainly raised eyebrows when he posted a bizarre clip of himself lying in bed, topless, claiming that he had been drugged.

James Franco makes ‘drugged’ confession in topless Instagram video

The actor groggily tells the camera: 'I was... I got drugged last night'

Kiss and yell: Italian protester charged with sexual assault after kissing riot police officer

The photograph of Nina De Chiffre subsequently went viral on social media and was hailed as a symbol of peaceful protest in the country

Brian Griffin lives!

Brian Griffin returns: Cartoon dog back from the dead in Family Guy Christmas episode

Spoiler alert: The much-loved pet was revived with the help of Stewie

‘Democratic’ crowdfunding under threat

Regulation could stifle the online money-raising phenomenon that is filling the gap left by banks

South Africa's deaf community accused the sign language interpreter at Nelson Mandela's memorial of being 'fake'

Fake signer who stood next to Obama at Mandela ceremony 'was once charged with murder'

Thamsanqa Jantjie, who described himself as a schizophrenic, is reported to have faced a string of criminal charges since 1994

The singer randomly unveiled BEYONCÉ, her fifth studio LP, this morning

Beyonce guerrilla releases entire new album worldwide on iTunes

The singer randomly unveiled BEYONCÉ, her fifth studio LP, this morning

Labour MP Nick Brown's Christmas Card takes aim at Cameron, Rebekah Brooks, Grant Shapps (and a horse)

A Labour MP’s Christmas card has taken aim at Conservative Chairman Grant Shapp’s post on Buzzfeed with a tongue-in cheek design.

This video of a crow sledging down a roof will get you in the mood for Christmas

This could be the perfect pick-me-up for anyone struggling to get into the festive spirit, as a video recordered by a family in Russia showing a crow sledging on a roof using a mayonnaise lid continues to be widely shared online.

Twitter’s most talked about people of 2013 - and Miley's nowhere in sight

Twitter’s top 10 most talked about people of 2013 - and Miley's nowhere in sight

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Photographer behind Obama’s Mandela memorial ‘selfie’ defends snap as ‘human moment’

Photographer behind Obama’s Mandela memorial ‘selfie’ defends ‘human moment’

The photographer behind that viral picture of Cameron, Obama and Thorning-Schmidt cosying up for a ‘selfie’ at Mandela’s memorial service on Tuesday has defended the three’s decision.

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