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Facebook says a live-stream of the NZ attacks was seen fewer than 200 times as pressure on the firm rises.
As Venezuela staggers under political and economic crises, its citizens are embracing digital money.
Payment processor WorldPay, once part of RBS bank, is sold to Fidelity National Information Services.
Two trains collide during a new signal system trial, threatening travel disruption for millions.
Fans say they feel misled by OWNAFC amid claims they could "take charge of a real life football club".
The social network has apologised for losing the data during a server migration.
Millions of copies of videos showing the Christchurch attacks have been removed from social media sites.
Their report says the money should be used to fund research into the health impact of social media.
OneWeb secures new funding enabling it to speed up plans for a global high-speed broadband network.
Does it matter if we hurt a robot? And should we have rules to make sure they don't hurt us?
Why was a video of the shootings shared on social media and what can be done about the wider threat?
Fitted with sensors to monitor head trauma the device feeds real-time data to nearby medical staff.
The home secretary says firms "must do more" after the New Zealand attack was shown live on Facebook.
Flocks of airborne robots are being developed, able to collaborate and overwhelm enemy defences.
The tech giant has hit back over claims that its App store is unfair and levies a tax on developers.
The warning comes in a National Audit Office (NAO) assessment of the UK's national cyber-defence plan.
BBC Click’s Lara Lewington looks at some of the best tech news stories of the week.
The new mass-market electric vehicle has a base price of $39,000 and a 230-mile range.
The programme is modelled on the Last Mile project in the San Quentin prison in California.
Young people around the world on their fears about the effects of pollution and climate change.