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Facebook under fire in escalating data row

Politicians are heaping criticism on Facebook over the way data on 50 million users was grabbed

Uber halts self-driving car tests after death

A pedestrian was killed after being hit by a self-driving Uber car in Arizona.

BBC wants to keep FM radio for longer

The corporation says it is too soon to consider a complete switchover to digital radio.

School bomb threats: Hoax sent to hundreds of schools

Hundreds of schools in England were sent an email saying a bomb would be detonated on their grounds.

UK tech giant Micro Focus plunges in value as shares crash

Shares in Micro Focus, the UK's biggest technology firm, crash after warning on lower revenues.

Robots and automation: How Africa is at risk

A report warns of the threat posed by automation to Africa - but says there is time to prepare.

What does your knee sound like inside?

A team at the Georgia Institute of Technology is developing a stethoscope for your knees.

Can kids hold pens in the digital age?

Are the fine motor skills necessary to hold a pencil still needed in an age when toddlers swipe?

Biohacker fined for travel card implant

Australian biohacker fined for fare evasion despite having his travel card inside his hand.

Camelot warns of 'low level' National Lottery hack

Customers should change their passwords as a precaution, the National Lottery owner says.

London wheelchair travellers get Google Maps help

Users will be able to filter for "wheelchair accessible" advice when planning journeys in the capital.

Virtual cash helps cyber-thieves launder money, research suggests

Virtual cash and digital payment systems are becoming embedded in cyber-crime, suggests research.

US punishes 19 Russians over vote meddling and cyber-attacks

The moves are an attempt to stop "nefarious attacks emanating from Russia", officials say.

Currys PC World apologises for extra charges on laptops

Customers report being charged up to £40 more for laptops than the online advertised price.

Omega Labyrinth Z anime game banned in the UK

A PlayStation game which "promotes the sexualisation of children" is banned in the UK.

Rihanna: Snapchat guilty of 'shaming' domestic violence victims

The singer says Snapchat "let us down" over an advert that asked users if they would slap her.

The smart dress with a 'sixth sense'

Exploring how new creative software, tools, and electronics can be used for fashion design.

Burger-flipping robot begins first shift

Flippy can handle 12 burgers at once, and is destined to replace human fast-food workers.

Haier smartwatch has a built-in projector at MWC 2018

China's Haier reveals a smartwatch that turns the back of the wearer's hand into a display.

Samsung Galaxy S9 gets super slow-mo and AR emojis

The flagship phone uses AI to slow down key moments of action and turns its owner into an emoji.

Robot Wars has been axed by the BBC again

The series has been scrapped by the BBC to make room for new shows.

Etsy told to remove 'vile' cards

Other cards sold through online marketplace Etsy depict Jimmy Savile and Josef Fritzl.

Adapt or die

In the first of our Future of Work series, we look at how new tech could change our working lives.

'Ambulance to the future'

Freezing the deceased in the hope of one day reviving them could become a mainstream service, advocates say.

Remote shoppers

Up to a million people are employed around the world as professional shoppers for clients in China.

Rotten ideas

As the fight against plastic pollution gains momentum, firms are tackling the issue in different ways.

Fail harder

Talking about failure is taboo in Germany, and it could be holding business back.

Smart speakers tested

How do Alexa, Siri and Google Home measure up - and which is the best smart speaker for you?

Model citizens

China's tech transformation proceeds apace, but with it comes more digital monitoring and control.

AI meets robotics

Researchers in Texas aim to create robots that can cope with our messy world.

Fly drive

Since cars were invented, people have dreamed about making them fly. So why haven't they taken off?

Obituary: Trevor Baylis

Inventor whose wind-up radio played a vital role in the battle against Aids in Africa

Power up

A breakthrough in materials technology could see fast-charging supercapacitors rival lithium-ion batteries.

The British Library's race to save old audio recordings

The recordings are on more than 40 different formats and some are degrading due to decay.

The Oscar-winning special effects of Blade Runner 2049

Click meets one of the people responsible for the movie's award winning special effects.

The robot based on a snake and other news

BBC Click's Dan Simmons looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.

Deepfakes: The face-swapping software explained

The software uses machine-learning to create computer-generated versions of people's faces.

Aubrey de Grey: Treating ageing as a curable disease

The scientist aims to develop therapies to repair damage at the molecular and cellular level.

Paralympics 'pit lane’ where athletes get repairs

Have you ever wondered how athletes cope when their prosthetic limbs or wheelchairs break?

NanoMap: How uncertainty helps this drone fly

MIT CSAIL's NanoMap system enables drones to avoid obstacles while flying at 20 mph (32km/h)

A better way to care for dementia patients

Infrared technology and artificial intelligence offer a better way to take care of dementia patients. It can scan their vital signs 24 hours a day.

Energy storage: the power of cold air

Highview Power uses liquefied cold air to create stored energy. The air is reheated to produce power.

South Korea gaming: Death by overwork sparks calls for change

Critics say "crunch time", an intense burst of work just before a game is released, can be dangerous.

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