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Tesla avoids recall after Autopilot crash death
Tesla will not be ordered to recall its semi-autonomous cars in the US, following a fatal crash in May 2016.

Facebook urged to be more transparent over 'censorship'
A coalition of more than 70 civil rights groups urges Facebook to be clearer about content it removes.

Photos show 'weaponised commercial drones' in Iraq
Photographs taken in Iraq appear to show commercial drones adapted to drop grenades on the Iraqi security forces.

New figures reveal scale of cybercrime
Police recorded an 8% rise in all offences in England and Wales as a survey shows figures in cybercrime and fraud.

DNA-testing smartphone aims to tackle drugs resistance
A smartphone attachment that analyses DNA could help improve cancer and tuberculosis treatments.

Galaxy Note 7 recall refuseniks face new action
US owners of the Galaxy Note 7 who ignored a recall face a fresh effort to make them return the fire-risk phones.

Drone photography company to pay $200,000 fine
A Chicago-based drone operator is to pay the largest fine ever issued to settle claims it carried out dozens of illegal flights.

Thousands warned they may be victims of rogue webmaster
Police in the Netherlands are contacting more than 20,000 people who they suspect had their data stolen by a rogue web developer.

Galileo satellites experiencing multiple clock failures
The onboard atomic clocks that drive the satellite-navigation signals on Europe's Galileo network have been failing at an alarming rate.

Japan's hi-tech toilets to get standardised symbols
Flush strength, front and back bidets, and air drying are all common features of toilets in Japan.

EE mobile firm fined £2.7m for overcharging customers
EE, the UK's biggest mobile phone operator, broke billing rules, says regulator Ofcom.

Porn videos streamed 'via YouTube loophole'
Adult video websites appear to be exploiting a YouTube loophole to host explicit material on the platform.

Deliveroo to add 300 UK tech jobs in new London office
The food delivery firm will hire a third more staff when it opens its new London HQ in summer 2017.

Squirrel 'threat' to critical infrastructure
It's squirrels, not cyber-attacks, that pose the real threat to critical infrastructure systems, says one security expert.

Apple App Store prices rise in UK, India and Turkey
Apple is raising prices in its UK App Store by 25% to take account of sterling's drop versus the dollar.

Qualcomm sued in US over claims of unfair phone chip patent deals
The firm is accused by US antitrust regulator of unfair practices in the way it licenses technology.

Ambulances to jam car radios in Sweden
Ambulances in Stockholm are to test a system that stops radio in cars to tell drivers that an emergency vehicle is approaching.

Google Play and iOS apps demand surges in India and China
India set a new record for Google Play downloads in 2016, while demand for iOS software soared in China, a study says.

Battery with inbuilt 'fire extinguisher' developed
Flames from an exploding battery were put out in less than half a second during tests.

Daz Black, Ben Phillips and Tish Simmonds pay tribute as Vine closes
The six-second clip-sharing service is shutting down but it's still not clear exactly why.

China orders app stores to join register
China's internet regulator orders mobile app stores to register themselves with it immediately.

Popular porn sites blocked in Philippines
Popular pornography sites XVideos, Redtube and Pornhub are blocked by two ISPs in the Philippines.

Nuisance calls: BT records more than 31 million in one week
More than a third of nuisance calls are about accident claims, telecoms group BT says.

Facebook to roll out fake news tools in Germany
Facebook is rolling out new tools in Germany to help combat the spread of fabricated news stories.

Programming in the early days of the computer age
Pioneering scientist and programmer Joyce Wheeler looks back on her time spent using Edsac - one of the first modern computers

S Korea corruption: Prosecutors to seek arrest warrant
Lee Jae-yong is wanted over a $17m Samsung payment in a scandal that could bring down the president.

Nintendo reveals Switch price and date
The Japanese firm's new games console will be launched on 3 March and be priced at $299.99 in the US.

Moderate screen use 'boosts teen wellbeing'
A study suggests screen time may improve teenagers' wellbeing - up to a point.

Bug 'exposes' WhatsApp message secrets
Some messages sent through Whatsapp can be intercepted and read thanks to a bug in the app, suggests research.

Phone-cracking firm Cellebrite hacked
Information about the customers of Cellebrite, an Israeli firm that markets hacking tools, is stolen in a cyber-attack.

Child abuse site administrator jailed for 20 years
American Michael Fluckiger has been sentenced to 20 years in jail for running a site that trafficked images of child sex abuse.

Drone company Lily shuts down owing $34m
Customers who pre-ordered a throw-and-shoot camera drone are promised refunds as the company folds.

Sony closes Guerrilla Cambridge video games studio
A 19-year-old video games studio based in Cambridge is to close months after releasing a PlayStation VR title.

AI takes on humans in marathon poker game
An AI program will take on four professional poker players in a 20-day game.

Google confirms end of internet drone project
Google has confirmed it has closed its internet drone project Titan, three years after it bought the business.

Radar sensor for the home which can 'see' through walls
The radar imaging system is capable of detecting movement and "seeing" through walls.

Welcome to Lagos - tech incubator
A new crop of Nigerian developers is drawing on the depth of culture across the continent to make distinctly African games.

Silicon Valley awaits Donald Trump's presidency
Silicon Valley is anxiously waiting to see how it will be affected by Donald Trump's presidency.

Faraday Future provides a test ride of its FF91 car
Dave Lee experiences what it is like to ride in Faraday Future's prototype electric car and quizzes the firm about its finances.

One of the strongest 3D materials made and other news
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.

Aston Martin DB4 GT production to resume at Newport Pagnell
Production of the iconic model is to begin again after a decade-long gap.

Instagram rolls out live video and disappearing photos in the UK
Two months after launching Instagram Live in America, the service is rolling out in the UK.

Artificial intelligence predicts when heart will fail
Technology could be used to improve treatment for heart failure patients.

Meet Moley - the robotic kitchen
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at a prototype robotic kitchen.

Developing an aeroplane that can fly itself
BAE Systems is researching the feasibility of an autonomous aircraft.

Lasers give insight into bird flight and other tech news
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.

Virtual reindeer and smart make-up mirrors
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at how shops are creating more engaging shopping experiences.

Voice trouble
Our voices can activate gadgets and authenticate ourselves to banks. But can they tell if we're ill?

BlaBla billions
How BlaBlaCar created a global transport network with empty car seats.

Nintendo Switch hands-on
Gaming expert Dan Maher has spent all day on the new Nintendo Switch console, making him one of the first people to review it.

Flight plans
The government denies "playing catch-up" over drone safety despite a recent increase in prosecutions.

Nintendo consoles
Nintendo has created some of the world's most memorable games consoles - but also had some big misses.

Fitness fail
The market for fitness trackers seems to be booming, but are these gadgets actually effective?

Jetpack to work
How will we get to work in the future, and what is being done now to ease congestion in our cities?

CES 2017: Highlights from the technology show
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at the latest technology showcased at CES 2017.

CES 2017: Clothes-folding Laundroid robot readies for launch
A clothes-folding robot that has been in development for more than a decade is at the CES tech show to promote its imminent launch.

CES 2017: Roam-E drone takes flying selfies
A new type of fold-up drone that follows its owner taking selfies is previewed at the CES tech show.

CES 2017: The 'go anywhere' electric bike and other transport tech
An electric bike designed to cope with almost any terrain is one of several personal transport innovations at CES.



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