The American database specialist says a tie-up plan has been submitted to the US government.
About 10 million people have accessed the scheme, which is due to close in October.
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BBC Panorama talks to a crime gang that organises 20-30 illegal operations a week.
Jobseekers are having a tough time at the moment but support is available.
The government says that the EU is threatening to stop food exports to Northern Ireland.
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With interest in the possibility of life at Venus, there's an imperative to get more spacecraft to the planet.
Telescope observations spy a gas high in the atmosphere of Venus that on Earth is made by microbes.
Lewis Hamilton faces the possibility of an FIA investigation after he wore a T-shirt which displayed a message about the shooting of Breonna Taylor.
His loved ones present a "pen portrait" of the 29-year-old who "lit up everyone around him".
The driver of the lorry which crashed into a house in Kidbrooke is pronounced dead at the scene.
Scotland's first minister says she has "very serious concerns" about an apparent delay in processing tests.
It is a tradition for the men in the Gunn family to take a photograph before becoming a London firefighter.
An email exchange uncovered by the BBC reveals disharmony in the top ranks of decision makers.
Criticism of the England players by West Indies great Michael Holding was "a bit harsh", says pace bowler Jofra Archer.
Ella, 6, from West Yorkshire writes to Luton care home resident, Madge Weatherhead, 94.
Guernsey held the British Isles' first "in person" Pride event since the coronavirus pandemic.
The British Geological Survey says the 2.1-magnitude quake was felt just after midnight on Monday.