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Canada is not Google's lab rat, say those protesting against plans to build a smart city in Toronto.
Hers was the feline face that launched a thousand memes, but Grumpy Cat is no more.
Newsbeat is one of the first to get a look at the newly announced Minecraft augmented reality game
US prosecutors claim a "deceptive" scheme was used to take control of valuable net addresses.
The driver had not had his hands on the wheel for 10 seconds, a report has found.
Fans say a [spoiler-free] goodbye to the US sitcom as its final episode airs in the US after 12 years.
Deliveroo says it is looking forward to working with "customer obsessed" Amazon.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
The firm will seek certification from the US regulator which grounded the jet after two crashes.
Facebook blocked an Israeli firm it said was behind fake accounts mostly targeting elections in Africa.
Apps and wearable technology are starting to help patients monitor their health and medicines.
Professionals are finding holes in the system and turning into entrepreneurs to fill gaps in the market.
A 10-year-old singer wins a Russian TV talent show thanks to thousands of fraudulent votes.
Lilium says the craft, which had its first test flight this month, could travel 300km in an hour.
A British charity wins $5m for an app designed to monitor how children learn.
The lorry will move slowly but can carry tonnes of goods.
Prosecutions are announced in four countries over the scam, which hit thousands of bank accounts.
The executive order to protect US networks from "foreign adversaries" is believed to target Huawei.
Fears that a massive computer virus outbreak is imminent prompt Microsoft to update old software
The move follows reports that a parked car caught fire in Hong Kong, after a similar incident in Shanghai.