Elon Musk pulls Tesla and SpaceX from Facebook
Entrepreneur Elon Musk has the official Facebook pages for his Tesla and SpaceX companies deleted.
Craigslist drops dating ads after new law
The site said keeping its "personals" section open in the US was too much of a risk.
KeepVid scraps YouTube-ripping function in favour of legal approach
A popular video-downloading site has unexpectedly turned into a copyright advocacy page.
DeepMind explores inner workings of AI
Research throws light on how a general AI that can adapt and understand new situations might work.
YouTube wants to 'frustrate' users with ads so they pay for music
It's part of a strategy to get people to sign up to the site's new music subscription service.
Cambridge Analytica taken to court over data storage
A US professor wants the company to hand over all the data it has on him and explain exactly how it got it.
Reddit: Guns, beer and tobacco transactions now banned
At least 38 communities have been banned as Reddit distances itself from transactions of illicit goods.
PornHub greets bloggers after YouTube gun ban introduced
The video-sharing site has banned videos that show people how to manufacture or modify guns.
Facebook data - do we get what we deserve?
Who is at fault over the Facebook data row - did people hand over too much information too easily?
Uber self-driving crash: Footage shows moment before impact
Police release footage of the moments leading up to a crash involving a self-driving car in Arizona.
Teenager hacks crypto-currency wallet
Firm disputes significance after a 15-year-old hacks into a hardware wallet used to securely store crypto-currency.
Facebook 'lost sight' of data accessed by apps, insider tells MPs
Sandy Parakilas tells MPs the site did not have adequate ways of detecting data misuse by app developers.
'Child porn links could make Bitcoin blockchain illegal'
Hundreds of links to child sexual abuse imagery could make using Bitcoin's blockchain illegal, a study says.
Is leaving Facebook the only way to protect your data?
What can users do to gain back control of their data or limit how much is shared?
Technology giants face European 'digital tax' blow
Firms such as Facebook and Google may be forced to pay 3% of their EU digital revenues.
India takes down local website of Cambridge Analytica
The company counts both of India's major political parties among its clients.
Female politicians speak out over Twitter abuse
Prominent female politicians back calls for Twitter to clamp down on abuse against women.
Cambridge Analytica: Facebook row firm boss suspended
Alexander Nix appeared to suggest tactics his company could use to discredit politicians online.
Surgeon David Nott: Hack led to Syria air strike
David Nott had helped Syrian surgeons via the internet - weeks later, their hospital was destroyed.
What does the future hold for humanoid robots?
Machines that can fully mimic natural body movements are still a long way off, says Will Jackson.
5G auction bidding starts in UK
The process to sell off more airwaves to provide bandwidth for future mobile services begins in the UK.
WhatsApp co-founder says it is time to delete Facebook
WhatsApp co-founder joins #DeleteFacebook movement after Cambridge Analytica accusations.
Should social media stars face tougher advertising rules?
The regulator says social media stars are still not clearly labelling advertising in posts.
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: Disgruntled Minecraft gamer 'behind hoax'
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.
Man dies after trapping head at Birmingham cinema
He reportedly went into cardiac arrest after he became wedged under an electronic footrest.
Robot Wars has been axed by the BBC again
The series has been scrapped by the BBC to make room for new shows.
Human-eye VR
VR has suffered from an image problem, so could very high resolution headsets be the answer?
Robot wrangler
As we build more robots, more people will be needed to manage them, and they may not all be advanced engineers.
Test tube meat
The sci-fi food of the future could change the way we eat forever, and it is going to be up to food designers to convince us it's not just an acquired taste.
Catching cyber-crooks
If you want a job that rides the wave of the future, get hired by a firm that combats cyber-threats, says the BBC's Mark Ward.
Tapping or talking
The spoken web is becoming more established in the home. But will it catch on elsewhere?
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.
Aubrey de Grey: Treating ageing as a curable disease
The scientist aims to develop therapies to repair damage at the molecular and cellular level.
NanoMap: How uncertainty helps this drone fly
MIT CSAIL's NanoMap system enables drones to avoid obstacles while flying at 20 mph (32km/h)
Visual effects behind Thor: Ragnarok
Click talks to Alexis Wajsbrot, the visual effects supervisor for Thor: Ragnarok.
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 smart robot arm for work in space and other news
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
How DNA can be used to store computer data
British scientists think DNA could be used to solve a global problem - where to store all our data.
Data collection fears after Cambridge Analytica claims
Political data-mining found its feet with the Obama campaign in 2008 and kept growing with Clinton, Trump and Brexit campaigns says Jamie Bartlett,
Meet SoFi - the soft robot fish developed by MIT
Scientists hope a robotic fish will guide aquatic life and help clean up pollution in the ocean.
Facebook data: What the social media giant knows about you
Downloading your Facebook data is dead easy - and very revealing, as Newsbeat's De'Graft Mensah found out.
Cambridge Analytica: What we know so far
How the row over Cambridge Analytica's use of Facebook data unfolded.

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