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Once the go-to plug-in for video, the technology has been usurped by more reliable and secure apps.
User names, employee IDs and unique identifiers are found in a survey of data on corporate websites
Experts blame a spike in ransomware on user-friendly versions that are free to download.
Researchers who rub shoulders with cyber thieves talk about how they profile the gangs and scams.
A month on from the NotPetya attack, many in Ukraine are ready for further cyber-strikes.
Musk has hit back at comments that his doomsday view of AI is irresponsible.
The graphics program will remain available on the app store, Microsoft says.
President Trump says Apple is planning three new manufacturing plants in the United States.
The creator of the iRobot Roomba says it could help make homes smarter.
Internet giant assembles helpful information about unfolding disasters in its Search and Maps tools.
Transport minister says the country will not be developing autonomous cars in order to protect jobs.
A fully electric version of the Mini is to be built at the Cowley plant in Oxford, BMW says.
Google parent Alphabet reports revenues rose in the second quarter but profits drop by almost a third.
Rules to stop Pokemon Go players "overrunning" parks in Milwaukee are suspended.
Three Square Market says 50 employees have already signed up for the $300 (£230) chip.
The Transport Agency exposed reams of sensitive data during an outsourcing process.
The revolutionary technology allows wind power to be harvested in waters too deep for current turbines.
New rules will encourage UK consumers to generate and store their own power, ministers say.
Drone owners will also be required to pass a safety awareness test.
China's Didi Chuxing and Japan's Softbank are backing the ride-hailing firm with extra funding.
People looking for extremist Islamist propaganda will be shown clips denouncing terrorism instead.
The disposable robot is made from cardboard and powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero computer.
The price comparison website sent seven million emails to people who had opted out of receiving messages.
Researchers in the US develop an algorithm that appears to have a penchant for desserts
The AlphaBay and Hansa marketplaces were known for trade in drugs, weapons and malware.
Fraudulent site takes personal details and course payments for fake university.
The guide is being investigated by the Federation Against Copyright Theft.
The wheeled security robot in Washington DC tumbled into a fountain at an office building.
The International Space Station becomes the first "off planet" addition to the interactive tool.
Its flagship OnePlus 5 phone would restart if people tried to call the emergency services.
A study into the sale of firearms on the dark net finds "cause for concern" for police and government.
Seven per cent of young social media users said they had been bullied on the photo-themed app.
Saudi Arabian Airlines says US authorities have lifted restrictions on laptops in cabins at two airports.
A Facebook-style feed of news stories and videos will be rolled out across Google's services.
The advert claimed Sky broadband was "super reliable", which the Advertising Standards Authority disputed.
The messaging service has faced service disruptions, but it censorship, or is there another explanation?
A revamped version of the technology company's augmented-reality eyewear is to be sold by software partners.
A system designed to replace the need for tickets on trains is being tested in the UK.
Each wind turbine is taller than Big Ben and the farm can power 20,000 homes.
The National Crime Agency has started the UK's first 'rehab' course for hackers.
Israeli inventor Dov Moran talks about the success of the memory stick and the sale of his company M-Systems in 2006.
Some were live streaming from their classrooms, a BBC investigation finds.
BBC Click’s Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
The creative director of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy tells Newsbeat about making a game without the franchise's lead character Nathan Drake.
Researchers hope to use the insect to get to areas larger drones cannot reach.
A three-storey house is being designed, planned and built predominately by robots and 3D printers.
The four-seater car is made from sugar beet, coated with flax and mixed with bio-plastic.
The 3D-printed structures that could be used for space missions or heart surgery.
The global art market is not known for tech innovation, so why is Bitcoin proving increasingly popular?
How live streaming of player data is giving sports fans unprecedented levels of analysis.
The Bitcoin community must agree how to tackle a slowdown in transaction times to avoid a schism.
Could health apps and AI-powered chatbots replace your traditional local doctor?
Activision Blizzard reveals who has spent about $20m to buy the first Overwatch League teams.
False news stories have plagued the internet, but are apps and algorithms the best way to spot them?
How oil firms are using ever more ingenious ways to find and extract crude oil.
Some internet giants and activists will participate in a day of action to oppose changes to net neutrality rules.
Can girlguiding encourage more girls to take up science, technology, economics and maths?
The EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) start next year, but many firms are ill prepared.
Future Energy: How artificial intelligence can be used to make power stations run more efficiently.
F1 tech has influenced sectors from aeronautics to public transport - now healthcare is benefiting.
Teenage cyber-attackers could soon be sent to rehab camps that try to stop them becoming criminals
After cash machines were hacked in Thailand and Taiwan in 2016, Click asks if it could happen again.
China might not have the lead in research but its application of secure networks is leading the way.
A look behind the curtains at the South Bank theatre trying to stem the tide of cyber-attacks.