"Zermatt Tourism points out that the destination Zermatt-Matterhorn is not connected" to the Thomas Cook situation," the tourism office of a Swiss town wrote on Monday.
Is hyperloop transportation's next frontier? The African Free Trade deal and licensing online influencers
In a bid to regulate the social media marketing industry, the UAE has made licenses for commercialised influencers mandatory.
French police say they stepped in to rescue a student who missed a bus and then crashed a car in trying to get to an exam.
The video went viral and Turks responded on Twitter with jokes dubbing the man "Turkey's first astronaut".
British far-right activist Tommy Robinson has had his Facebook and Instagram profiles removed for sharing opinions that "cross the line and amount to hate speech."
Scrolling through social media you may have noticed everyone from your friends to celebrities participating in the "10-year challenge", comparing current photos of themselves with those from over a decade ago.
A crowdfunding page set up for a 15-year-old-boy who was being bullied at school has garnered more than £68,000 (€77,000) of donations in just one day.
A high-end co-working environment with a focus on wellness and design.
"We are better than our leaders, let's talk."
Public figures are conducting the debate over Catalonia’s independence drive on television, but in private the opinions are aired on Whatsapp where they are literally breaking apart family groups.
The social network platform says the 280 character limit extension is a response to "extremely frustrated" users
Researchers have found that using a smiley face emoji and similar emoticons at the office can have the opposite effect on the recipient, and make the sender seem less competent.
“Tragic”, “terrifying” and “disgusting” - an anti-immigrant group from Norway mistake bus seats for ladies in burqas.
Facebook says it is hiring 3,000 additional workers to block live streams of violence and respond more swiftly to reports of inappropriate material.
Yalla Trappan, a Swedish social enterprise that combines work, inclusion and women’s empowerment started with just six women when it was founded seven years ago.
You might suspect that robots are taking over the world, you might know that they have already built up a huge powerbase on the internet. But you
In this edition of Insiders, we explore online privacy and data protection in Europe
Euronews anchor Sophie Claudet speaks with MEP Jan Philipp Albrecht about data protection rights and responsibilities in Europe.
UK has just legalised the most extreme surveillance in the history of western democracy.
A 14-year-old foster child from Florida broadcast her own suicide live on social media
Euronews videos are watched tens of millions of times every month on Youtube and Facebook.
Facebook is to do more to prevent fake news stories from spreading on the social media website by making it easier for users to report them.
Microsoft has offered concessions to EU antitrust regulators over its bid for social network LinkedIn.
Twitter's shares got their biggest bump in two years on Friday as it was reported to be talking with several tech companies - including Alphabet's Google and Salesforce.com - about being bought.
An Italian woman who was subjected to online abuse after an explicit video of her went viral has killed herself.