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Modern day codebreakers have used wartime methods to read messages scrambled by an Enigma machine.
Within seconds of setting up a profile on the mobile messaging app, Taylor (not their real name) was approached.
Zoe Kleinman explores concerns that law enforcement agencies are collecting too much biometric data.
Sexually suggestive clips featuring children were recommended to users, an investigation finds.
The social network will no longer send employees to work at the offices of political campaigns.
BBC Click's Stephen Beckett looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
The service's website and app is no longer reachable from mainland China, gamers report
Amazon has unveiled a microwave that can be controlled using its Alexa voice assistant.
China's Beidou is being used in everything from ploughing to precision missiles, but can it go global?
The latest action cam automatically stabilises footage without separate equipment.
The government is considering "all options" to keep UK citizens "safe" online.
AggregateIQ is appealing against the accusation that it mishandled personal data and broke GDPR rules.
One of the largest life insurance providers in North America will now sell only "interactive" policies that collect health data.
How does the GoPro Hero 7 compare to last year's model - and can it turn the company around?
Brussels says Facebook must improve its information flow by 31 December or face sanctions.
Cody Wilson flew to Taiwan before he could be detained, police in Texas say.
With 5G, experts say we could enjoy virtual reality in HD on our mobiles and even project holographics.
The UK's Information Commissioner's Office imposes a fine of £500,000 on Equifax.
The soft-bodied machines are designed to explore fragile marine ecosystems without causing damage.
People in Kuwait are reacting on social media to news a 3D printing shop has been closed after an outcry from an Islamist cleric.