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The social media platform reports better-than-expected results as it plans to minimise "outrage".
A man is suing Apple after claiming its in-store AI led to his arrest.
Is the ban a sign of things to come for social media firms unable to halt the spread of misinformation?
The electric carmaker entrepreneur makes a new promise on driverless vehicles.
Annual study of more than 6,000 mobile customers names most and least popular UK network providers.
Music, films and works of art are increasingly made using AI. But can machines ever be truly creative?
Drivers will find it harder to break speed limits, thanks to "intelligent speed assistance" systems.
Samsung delays the release of its foldable smartphone after reviewers report broken screens.
Danish billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen and his family were visiting Sri Lanka, where three of his four children died.
How to fix a "broken internet" has been a central question at TED 2019.
A video circulating on Chinese social media appears to show a parked Tesla car erupting into flames.
A simple, but evocative, way to record your children's development without using a camera.
A list of all-too-predictable choices for breached accounts includes 123456 and "Liverpool".
Players return to a 2014 video game to visit a digital version of the cathedral, untouched by fire.
Space is getting busy thanks to a new era of commercialisation.
Marcus Hutchins said he regrets his actions and accepts "full responsibility for my mistakes".
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
The humanoid, named Alex, causes a stir as he makes his debut on state news channel Rossiya 24.
The Museum of English Rural Life now appears as Elon Musk on Twitter after he used their sheep picture.