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BT will supply its sports channels to Sky, while selling Sky's Now TV service to its customers.
As one of the last examples of a unique lift closes in Leicester, is it hasta la vista Paternoster?
Many Britons still struggle with slow broadband, finds report from communications regulator Ofcom
The mobile network was not clear enough about new fees, telecoms regulator Ofcom says.
The online retailer puts streaming gadgets from Google back on sale, ending a two-year hiatus.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
She is accused of taking out fraudulent bank loans and buying bitcoin to funnel cash to IS.
The internet of things poses new threats to our security, so how should we be fighting back?
A researcher finds dozens of UK schools' smart heating systems are vulnerable to being attacked.
An introduction to the net neutrality debate after US regulators voted to change the rules.
An Obama-era law that protects "net neutrality" is repealed by a US regulator, so what does it mean?
The bank told a security expert "sorry you feel this way" when a potential vulnerability was found.
The avatar, which could be made to flirt and dance, is offline after a suggestion it objectified women.
Crytek alleges Roberts Space Industries (RSI) and Cloud Imperium Games "have caused substantial harm".
Harry Potter and the Portrait of What Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash is the title of a new story created by computer wizards.
The FCC is expected to vote to overturn Obama-era laws relating to net neutrality. We asked people in Washington what they thought about that.
The artificial muscles can be programmed with a range of motions including twisting and rotation.
Three men admit creating and running Mirai, a botnet used to block access to much of the web.
Visitors to an Argentine branch of the coffee chain are targeted with crypto-currency malware.