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MPs ask whether Epic Games does enough to prevent users spending too much time or money on the game.
The images were stored on CD Roms bought at a house clearance sale.
The social network has disabled a large number of accounts in error, according to reports.
A US lawmaker asks Facebook to wait before launching its digital currency, hours after it was announced.
There are slightly fewer Chinese machines, and some more US ones, in the list of top supercomputers.
The game - considered appealing to under 18s - gave players the chance to earn "gems" by viewing ads.
Social media companies know approval can be addictive, so how should we manage the compulsion to be liked?
The ads were displayed to the young user despite Instagram's policies saying some should not be shown to her.
Russia has countered attempts to hack into its infrastructure, says Kremlin spokesman.
The company's boss Adam Mosseri tells Radio 1 Newsbeat he wants Instagram to be "less pressurised".
Heathrow's luggage system handles 180,000 items per day. Tom Burridge takes a look inside.
In a "David and Goliath" battle of the skies, the small airline used tech to punch above its weight.
Security services are invading people's privacy by "Hoovering up" communication data, a court hears.
The technology company tweeted its QLED-branded sets should be scanned once every few weeks.
The photo platform is testing a new way to get back into hacked accounts.
Protests and a threatened boycott lead the Black Hat hacker conference to axe its keynote speaker.
Broadband providers say it will take more than money to achieve a "full fibre for all" by 2025 pledge.
The founder of the Chinese telecoms giant says overseas sales of its mobile phones have sunk 40%.
A US lawyer who tricked people into paying for films he helped pirate gets a 14-year jail sentence.
She warned her mother against the online scam - and then fell for it herself, ending up in debt.