Science & Technology
EXISTING emojis are fine for plebs, but don’t convey the complex feelings of Guardian readers. As Apple launches more than 200 new ones, here are some just for them.
CONSUMERS agree that people who write product reviews on Amazon are pitiful losers, despite reading every single one and finding them very helpful.
A WOMAN who had a quick one-second peek of Instagram has looked up to find five years of her life have disappeared.
WANT to snoop on your former schoolmates in a pathetic attempt to feel good about yourself? Here’s how to pry without getting caught.
KEEN to remain in gainful employment? Then don’t livestream yourself marching with a banned far-right group.
YOU can fit it in that gap easy! Yeah, bags of room. Here, you reverse it in and I’ll stand here shouting judgments disguised as help.
ARE you desperate to share your witless opinions and tired jokes underneath newspaper articles? Here’s how to find the comments section that’s right for you.
DELIBERATELY angering strangers on the internet is the UK’s top new lockdown hobby. So who are you trolling this weekend?
GIVING yourself a break from the news is essential for mental health, but reading a book or watching Netflix is too much like not looking at your phone.