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GDPR: US news sites blocked to EU users over data protection rules

The LA Times is among many sites blocked to European users over new EU rules on using personal data.

Netflix eclipses Disney in market milestone

The online streaming giant briefly becomes the world's most valuable media company, worth more than $150bn.

Apple awarded $539m in US patent case against Samsung

Samsung has been ordered to pay Apple damages in a long-running dispute between the tech firms.

Tech firms battle with GDPR privacy rules

EU residents are being blocked from several services and in some cases having their accounts wiped.

Google 'stole my videos', says film-maker Philip Bloom

Film-maker claims his footage has been misused, after an internal Google video leaks online.

Uber car 'had six seconds to respond' in fatal crash

The self-driving car spotted a woman crossing the road six seconds before killing her, a report says.

FBI seeks to thwart cyber-attack on Ukraine

Malware that could 'kill' home routers has been thwarted by the FBI's action against the malicious site.

GDPR quiz: How will data privacy law affect you?

Test your knowledge of how the EU's data protection law could affect you.

Uber to open Paris lab for flying taxis

Ride-hailing firm wants to create a sky-based taxi service and is investing in France to make it happen.

Steam store school-shooting game 'appalling'

An anti-gun violence charity calls for a school-shooting video game to be dropped from Steam.

Trump barred from blocking Twitter users by judge

A judge rules that blocking access to the president's tweets violates free speech.

Uber ends Arizona driverless car programme

Uber pulls out of the state two months after a fatal accident involving one of its autonomous cars.

Tesla Autopilot: Name deceptive, claim groups

Two consumer rights group claim the marketing for the driving assistant technology is deceptive and misleading.

BMW cars found to contain more than a dozen flaws

China-based researchers are working with the carmaker to patch the security problems.

FBI admits over-counting locked iPhones and other mobiles

The use of numerous databases resulted in individual iPhones being erroneously counted multiple times.

UK military fears robots learning war from video games

Future cyber-attacks could come from robots trained on video games, the Ministry of Defence warns.

Brexit: Technology-based customs system 'could cost £20bn'

The technology-based system could cost more than the UK contributes as an EU member, MPs are told.

Sony says PlayStation 4 is in 'final phase' of its life cycle

The announcement is being seen as a sign that a new, more powerful console is on the way.

Facebook wants your naked photos to stop revenge porn

The social network is extending a trial to the UK which hopes to block intimate photos before they appear online.

Uber gives drivers sick pay and parental leave

Taxi app Uber is giving European drivers access to medical cover, sick pay and parental leave.

Zuckerberg's European Parliament testimony criticised

The Facebook founder faces questions from European lawmakers over the data scandal and fake news.

Elon Musk to fix Tesla 'braking flaw'

Flaws pointed out in a review of Tesla's Model 3 have prompted Elon Musk to make changes.

Hammond to pledge superfast broadband for most homes

The Chancellor pledges full-fibre connections for most homes and businesses by 2025.

Google search reveals names of rape victims

Search engine promises to remove such sensitive content if people alert them to it.

Former Uber engineer sues for sexual harassment

A former Uber engineer is suing the firm for sexual harassment and discrimination.

$100m prize fund offered for Fortnite game play

Epic Games has announced it will be putting up a $100m prize fund for first year of competitive play.

Apple Powerbeats headphones in 'sweat-proof' legal action

A group claims that the headphones' battery life is not as strong as advertised.

F-35 stealth fighter sees first combat, in Israeli operation

Israel confirms the US-made F-35, from the world's costliest military programme, was used recently.

Could smartphones replace bank branches?

Banks sent 512 million mobile alerts last year as our money management moves from spreadsheets to smartphones.

Sony takes controlling stake in EMI Music Publishing

The deal gives the Japanese firm more than two million songs by artists including Queen and Alicia Keys.

U-turn over Facebook chief's EU meeting

Mark Zuckerberg agrees to allow his session with European politicians to be broadcast on the web.

Greenwich University fined £120,000 for data breach

The Information Commissioner said the data breach, which included students' health problems, was serious.

Children's phone data exposed on cloud server

Email addresses and unique phone identifiers were found on servers that let anyone view data

'Sharenting' puts young at risk of online fraud

Parents are compromising their children's future financial security with online sharing, warns Barclays.

Artificial intelligence can be weapon in cancer fight, PM to say

Smart technologies can sift through data to help the NHS spot diseases quicker, the PM is to say.

Tomorrow's cities: Park with four seasons under one roof

Four seasons park explores need for greener cities and looks at how climate change affects urban spaces.

Xbox Adaptive Controller a 'first' for disabled gamers

Newsbeat's been given exclusive access to Microsoft's Xbox Adaptive Controller, a 'first' for disabled gamers.

Smart SoPhy socks send data to your physiotherapist

The socks have three sensors reading weight distribution, movement and orientation of the foot.

Can AI pick the perfect fantasy football team?

Squadguru uses algorithms to pick a fantasy football team.

LG's G7 phone shuns separate speakers

The firm says there is no need to use external speakers with its new flagship handset.

I wish mum's phone was never invented

A teacher's Facebook post about inventions her pupils wish had not been created is making parents stop and think.

Grace mission launches to weigh Earth's water

The joint US-German Grace satellites go into orbit to monitor Earth's most important resource.

Strawb bots

Strawberry producers say labour shortages are driving them to find robotic fruit pickers instead.

Privacy shake-up looms

If you are fed up of "stay on our mailing list" emails, spare a thought for those having to send them.

Fatal confusion?

Drivers may be confusing autonomous cars with driver assistance technology, with sometimes fatal consequences.

Expensive remittances

New apps are bringing a greater range of services and features to the vital flows of money to families around the world

What is GDPR?

A new EU law that changes how companies use our personal information kicks in on 25 May.

Synth suspense

Gemma Chan and Emily Berrington on the return of Channel 4's Humans.

Wheelie good

Dockless bike tech has massively boosted bike-sharing. Is it the future of two-wheeled transport?

Bad ads

Digital advertising funds the internet but the industry is in crisis, many observers believe.

The robot that performs like an acrobat and other news

BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.

The autonomous car that can drive where others cannot

Researchers at MIT CSAIL have developed an autonomous car that can drive on unpaved or unmarked roads.

Self-driving pods for the Lake District and other news

BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.

Gamers mine cryptocurrency for charity

Gamers have been helping Unicef raise funds for Syria by mining the Ethereum cryptocurrency.

Drones deliver blood and medical supplies in Rwanda

Doctors in Rwanda are able to order blood supplies by text and then have them delivered by drone.

The strawberry-picking robots coming to a farm near you

Strawberry producers say they can't find enough humans to pick their fruit, so are robots the answer?

Why is there a row about Galileo?

Britain may be denied full access to the EU's Galileo satellite navigation system on security grounds after Brexit.

The gamers you can pay to help you win at Fortnite

Meet the pro gamers starting a micro-industry by tutoring new players in the popular online game.

How drones could help save lives at sea

The RNLI and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency trial uses drones to spot humans in distress.

Van Gogh: Could this be a newly discovered painting?

X-ray and traditional methods suggest the painting is genuine, but final verification is pending.

The apps designed to help mental health

New apps and platforms are seen as a way to reach younger people with mental health conditions.



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