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Tinder seeks to tackle trans harassment
The app is making changes so transgender users experience less harassment as they use the program.
Adobe readies for the age of smart glasses and deepfakes
Richard Taylor looks at what is new at the LA Adobe MAX Creative Conference for BBC Click.
'I woke up to thousands of messages from Malaysia'
Why a Malaysian exam question thrust the spotlight on London-based paraglider Laura Melissa Williams.
Disney+ hit by technical glitches on launch day
Disney's new streaming service is reported to be down by many users as its global launch unfolds.
Project Nightingale: Google accesses trove of US patient data
The tech giant has struck a deal with huge US health firm Ascension, giving it access to the records.
Slow websites to be labelled by Chrome browser
Users could get warnings about web pages that are poorly designed and take time to show up.
General election 2019: Labour Party hit by second cyber-attack
The party says the first DDoS attack against it failed and it has "ongoing security processes in place".
Sonic movie: New trailer shows redesigned hedgehog after fan backlash
A new trailer for the Sonic The Hedgehog movie has been released after fans hated original design.
The fake video where Johnson and Corbyn endorse each other
A "deepfake" video has been made where the PM and Labour leader endorse one another in the election.
Apple throws Instagram 'stalker' app off store
Like Patrol had offered users a way to see which posts their "friends liked" and whom they followed.
Brexit 'puts brakes on UK launch of e-scooters'
Voi Technology says the UK could be left behind by not changing regulations to allow electric scooters.
Instagram influencer behind 'bullying' anonymous account
Clemmie Hooper apologises for using a different social-media platform to criticise fellow influencers.
Instagram is trialling removing likes on some US posts
The social media platform is removing visible 'likes' for some users, after trials in seven countries.
Hong Kong protester's shooting by policeman livestreamed on Facebook
A Hong Kong news outlet livestreamed the moment a policeman shot a protester during a demonstration.
The 'indestructible' robots which do backflips
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology released a video of nine four-legged robots hopping around the campus.
Urchinbot could help ocean clean-up and other tech news
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
Death Stranding: A game you might hate and love
The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus stars in the latest release from game designer Hideo Kojima.
What do you need to do to become a YouTube star?
Two Sunday League footballers and rising internet stars find out from YouTube royalty.
Is China gaining an edge in artificial intelligence?
The US-China over artificial intelligence is heating up, but some warn the US could be over-reacting.
Want to run faster? Improve your algorithm
Why better information about your gait could help runners hit a new personal best.
TikTok: Should we trust the Chinese social-media video app?
US lawmakers are worried about TikTok's Chinese ownership, despite its data-protection assurances.
Bye box: How streaming could kill the games console
Streaming games services will offer an alternative to the traditional console, but will they kill off?
Twitter in India: Why was rival Mastodon trending?
It comes amid criticism of what some say is Twitter's "highly inconsistent" stand on hate speech.

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