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China's tech giant will expand its age-based time limit system to all of its games by 2019.
One in five of us has already done our Christmas shopping, more than in neighbouring countries.
Almost one in five of us has done most of our Christmas shopping by the end of October, a survey suggests.
As more of half of us live in cities, scientists are looking at new ways of harnessing urban energy.
Firm says it wants to demonstrate that electric scooters are a safe means of transport.
From now on women will not get their State Pension until the same age as men - 65
The bank is reorganising its business as more people manage their finances online.
Michelin is pulling out of Dundee, which means the city is losing its largest industrial employer.
UK chancellor Philip Hammond still wants a budget surplus by the mid-2020s, but promises a "balanced approach".
Matalan, Pathe UK and Pantheon Books are all targeted to promote an ad using the Tesla boss's name.
No-one can say with certainty what will happen on Tuesday night in the midterm elections. Does that matter to the markets?
No bookings, check-ins or flight changes will be available for 12 hours from 17:00 UK time on Wednesday.
Pilatus Bank had been accused of corruption by murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
The UK's aviation regulator says Heathrow Airport must clarify the cost and timescale of a third runway.
More than 350 jobs are lost as Crawshaws closes stores across the Midlands and North of England.
The outcry over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi has put Softbank's ties with Riyadh under scrutiny.
Brittany Ferries says concerns about the consequences of Brexit have affected next summer's bookings.
A top policeman accuses petrol firms of making it too easy for motorists to drive off without paying.
The US is re-imposing sanctions that were lifted as part of the 2015 nuclear agreement.
Sales of new cars in the UK recover slightly in October, but are still down on a year previously.