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Netherlands 'hosts most child sex abuse images'
About half of such images reported to the Internet Watch Foundation in 2018 were hosted in the Netherlands.
Huawei row: UK to let Chinese firm help build 5G network
Chinese telecoms giant to provide "non core" equipment for new data network, despite security warnings.
Donald Trump meets Twitter's Jack Dorsey at White House
Twitter says CEO Jack Dorsey spoke with the president about "the health of public conversation".
Jacinda Ardern leads effort to curb online extremism
New Zealand and France will host a summit aimed at curbing the use of social media to promote terrorism.
Election interference is 'online harm', MPs hear
The UK's information commissioner has strong words on the need for reform of political ads online.
Sri Lanka attacks: The ban on social media
Is the ban a sign of things to come for social media firms unable to halt the spread of misinformation?
Google 'retaliating against harassment protest organisers'
Organisers of walkouts in protest at Google's treatment of women say they are facing backlash at work.
Google Wing drones approved for US home deliveries
Drone home delivery company Wing will start deliveries in rural Virginia "within months".
Apple AI accused of leading to man's wrongful arrest
A man is suing Apple after claiming its in-store AI led to his arrest.
Tesla's Elon Musk expects 'robotaxis' to start in US next year
The electric carmaker entrepreneur makes a new promise on driverless vehicles.
Twitter shares surge 17% as users rise
The social media platform reports better-than-expected results as it plans to minimise "outrage".
Samsung Galaxy Fold: Broken screens delay launch
Samsung delays the release of its foldable smartphone after reviewers report broken screens.
Vodafone named 'worst' mobile network
Annual study of more than 6,000 mobile customers names most and least popular UK network providers.
TED 2019: How to kill a zombie rumour and fix Facebook
How to fix a "broken internet" has been a central question at TED 2019.
An alternative way to capture childhood on your phone
A simple, but evocative, way to record your children's development without using a camera.
Tesla says investigating car explosion in Shanghai
A video circulating on Chinese social media appears to show a parked Tesla car erupting into flames.
Asos billionaire loses three children in Sri Lanka attacks
Danish billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen and his family were visiting Sri Lanka, where three of his four children died.
Millions using 123456 as password, security study finds
A list of all-too-predictable choices for breached accounts includes 123456 and "Liverpool".
TED 2019: The start-ups launching in space
Space is getting busy thanks to a new era of commercialisation.
Facebook bans UK far right groups and leaders
A dozen named groups and individuals will be purged from the social network, it said.
Hacking 'hero' Marcus Hutchins pleads guilty to US malware charges
Marcus Hutchins said he regrets his actions and accepts "full responsibility for my mistakes".
Robot news presenter causes a stir on Russian TV
The humanoid, named Alex, causes a stir as he makes his debut on state news channel Rossiya 24.
Facebook copied email contacts of 1.5 million users
The social network was grabbing email contacts of some new users for almost three years, it says.
Samsung's folding phone breaks for reviewers
Several outlets reviewing Samsung's ground-breaking new folding smartphone have reported major problems with its screen.
TED 2019: The online campaign that ended a beard ban
The woman aiming to build "a labour movement for the 21st Century" shares her plan at TED.
UK to introduce porn age-checks in July
Sites that fail to comply will face being blocked by internet service providers.
Netflix to trial showing top 10 lists to UK users
Streaming company Netflix is to trial showing UK users its most-watched shows over a weekly period.
Notre-Dame fire: Assassin's Creed's maker pledges aid
Ubisoft is to donate money and offer use of its digital reconstruction of the cathedral.
Google to police new app developers more closely
Apps from unfamiliar developers will be scrutinised more deeply before they go on the Play Store.
Xbox One with no discs: 'The way forward' or 'bad timing'?
Gamers give their verdict as Microsoft announces an "all-digital edition" of the console.
Vodafone 'gigafast' ad banned after Virgin Media complaint
The promotion described broadband packages as being "gigafast" that did not offer 1Gbps speeds.
Government in email privacy blunder
A department responsible for data protection shares the personal details of hundreds of journalists.
TikTok: Apple and Google block video sharing app in India
The move comes after a court called for a ban on the video app over concerns it put children at risk.
Apple and Qualcomm settle billion-dollar lawsuit
The surprise settlement brings a long-running legal battle between the two tech firms to an end.
Technology to keep dementia patients out of hospital
Radar technology and tiny brain-monitors are just some of the devices being tested by a new research centre.
Game of Thrones: Now TV glitch hits Apple TV owners
Sky's Now TV app failed to load for some viewers while displaying a degraded version of the show.
PlayStation 5: Sony reveals first details of next-gen console
Sony's next-gen console, which will replace the PS4, will be much faster and include improved audio.
Under-18s face 'like' and 'streaks' limits on social media
The UK's data watchdog proposes restrictions on Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat among others.
Epilepsy charity calls for social media seizure warnings
People with epilepsy are being exposed to flashing images, some deliberately, says a charity.
Amazon 'flooded by fake five-star reviews' - Which? report
Top-rated reviews on popular items are dominated by unknown brands, consumer group Which? finds.
Swedish Social Democrats' Twitter account hacked
Messages posted on the hijacked account included anti-immigration rhetoric.
TED 2019: 10 years of 'ideas worth spreading'
TED talks have become synonymous with cutting-edge ideas and are watched by millions.
Article 13: UK helps push through new EU copyright rules
The UK supports a final vote in favour of new online copyright rules, but some EU nations objected.
Lyft removes faulty bikes from three US cities
Riders report that brakes were being jammed on sharply on some motor-assisted bike journeys, said Lyft.
Apple and Qualcomm square off in US court
The row is about how much phone makers should pay for the chips essential to modern smartphones.
Gatwick drone attack possible inside job, say police
The drone operator was monitoring activities at the airport during the attack, officials believe.
TED row over net classes for toddlers
Plans to give millions of dollars to a program for online learning for pre-schoolers has been criticised.
TED 2019: The $50 lab burger transforming food
TED fellow Bruce Friedrich tells the TED conference about his vision for the future of food.
TED 2019: Twitter boss offers to demote likes and follows
Jack Dorsey has been talking at TED about the changes the platform is considering.
Facebook given TED talk challenge
Journalist Carole Cadwalladr challenges Mark Zuckerberg to address TED about "election fraud".
Hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy Fold
The BBC's Chris Fox tries Samsung's folding smartphone to find out what it can do.
Can Nintendo make virtual reality gaming a success?
Newsbeat plays with the Nintendo Labo VR kit and meets one of the brains behind it.
The tech that could help clean polluted air
A new system at London Marylebone station is helping to remove harmful gases from the environment.
The basketball coverage directed and filmed by AI
The British Basketball League is testing a new way of filming games that picks the action using AI.
Elon Musk swaps shots with Museum of English Rural Life
The Museum of English Rural Life now appears as Elon Musk on Twitter after he used their sheep picture.
Star Wars: Mark Hamill supports superfan's emotional video
Mark Hamill supports a YouTuber who faced a backlash for his tearful reaction to the new Star Wars trailer.
Could a computer ever create better art than a human?
Music, films and works of art are increasingly made using AI. But can machines ever be truly creative?
Robot dogs pull truck and other tech news
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
'Why I write fake online reviews'
Two people explain why they post made-up reviews, while psychologists deconstruct the power of the review.
What do drones and GPS owe to a 1744 shipwreck?
When HMS Victory sank, she took with her an early prototype of the gyroscope, crucial to modern technology.
How can you stop your kids viewing harmful web content?
Is content filtering tech the answer or is education and discussion the key to keeping kids safe?
How social media is changing comedy
Social media changed many aspects of modern life, but how has it impacted traditional stand-up comedy?
How does it feel to be watched at work all the time?
Many more firms are monitoring and analysing employee communications and behaviour. Does it work?
The Pokemon card artist 'taking the border off the artwork'
Pictures of classic Pokemon cards turned into unique artworks which sell for hundreds of dollars.
The robot that sorts out recycling
The RoCycle system uses pressure sensors to detect an item's size and composition.
Box lifting warehouse robots unveiled
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
Robot arm can feed people with mobility issues
The device is able to identify food and works out the best way of feeding it to the person.
Ready Player One: How we made the film's visual effects
Industrial Light and Magic explain the challenges involved in making the film.
How virtual reality may help Grenfell survivors 'let go of emotions'
England footballer Les Ferdinand is using VR to try to help young men deal with the trauma of the Grenfell Tower fire.
New cars will try to stop you speeding
Drivers will find it harder to break speed limits, thanks to "intelligent speed assistance" systems.
Notre-Dame fire: How gamers are getting 'inside' the cathedral
Players return to a 2014 video game to visit a digital version of the cathedral, untouched by fire.
Axiom soccer indie game takes a shot at goal
Marc Cieslak reviews the game Axiom Soccer - a mashup between football and a third person shooter.
The robot that tidies up bedrooms
Robots are good at repetitive tasks but struggle with new objects. Can they be trained to overcome that?
Plane with the largest wingspan in the world takes flight
Its wingspan measures 117m - the length of an American football field.
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