We all do it - we don't quite understand something, so we reach for our phones and Google it. And Brexit is no different. Here we answer the five most-googled questions to do with Brexit over the past 24 hours. Don't worry, we promise to keep it simple. Read the full article at BBC Newsbeat.
"My name's Loz, I'm a boss" is the opening line to one of Youtube's top trending videos this week. I Shaku On The Beat As Well blew up when Wolverhampton-based influencer Loz Smith posted her addition to the Zeze Challenge. In the viral challenge, social media users freestyle over Kodak Black's song Zeze. But since … Continue reading Loz on the Zeze Challenge: ‘My haters made me famous’
Welcome to the internet in 2018 - which has already given us people eating laundry detergent, a man asking if a butterfly was a pigeon and an audio version of #TheDress (it said "yanny", by the way). It's now given rise to the newest and weirdest and most important question so far: Who has "big dick energy"? By the way, physical endowment has … Continue reading BDE: What is big dick energy and who really has it?
By Daniel Rosney & Imran Rahman-Jones & Lola Mosanya YouTuber Calum McSwiggan has slammed the organisers of the Hello World Live vlogger convention - after it was called a rip-off and "completely flat and dull" by some ticket-holders. The two-day event was billed as a "live event like nothing on Earth". But Calum McSwiggan blames … Continue reading YouTuber Calum McSwiggan slams ‘money-grabbing’ Hello World Live event organisers
China has disrupted WhatsApp in a censorship drive ahead of the government's Communist Party meeting next month. Other social media platforms, which people in the West use every day, are also banned in mainland China. Instead they're replaced by other ones which the government can monitor. So what social media platforms are Chinese people able to use? … Continue reading Social media and censorship in China: how is it different to the West?
PlayStation Network (PSN) users in the UK who've paid via PayPal have had their accounts suspended. Some users received an automatic refund for purchases they made with the US money transfer service. But their accounts have been automatically suspended because Sony hasn't received the money - which means they can't play online. Affected members in … Continue reading UK PlayStation Network fans using PayPal have their accounts suspended by Sony
Donald Trump says he intends to take the US out of the Paris climate agreement and not everyone is pleased. Here's how the internet reacted. Click here to read the full story on BBC Newsbeat.