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BBC News - Technology
Facebook's digital currency dealt another blow
Leaders of the G7 group of the world's biggest economies issue warning about digital coins like Libra.
Blizzard bosses reduce gamer's ban and release prize money
A player who staged an anti-government protest on a live broadcast will now receive his prize money.
Payments giants abandon Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency
Mastercard, Visa, eBay and Stripe join PayPal in no longer supporting Facebook's effort to launch a currency.
Teenagers arrested over hacks to Met Police website
The 18 and 19-year-old are accused of posting messages and sending out fake tweets.
Few convinced by Apple's case for Hong Kong app removal
Apple's removal of an app used to track Hong Kong police leads to claims it was bowing to Beijing pressure.
Sex workers' clients exposed by Dutch hack attack
The names of people who visited sex workers as well as of the workers themselves have been stolen.
Cyber-criminals are threat to society, warns forensics boss
The UK must "ready itself" for further attacks, warns boss of forensics firm hit earlier this year.
Germany shooting: 2,200 people watched on Twitch
Twitch says a gunman's video was watched by more than 2,200 people before it was removed.
Google pulls Hong Kong protestor game from store
Another company faces a boycott for banning an esports player who supported the protestors.
Blizzard gamers complain they cannot boycott firm over China
Players say they are not able to delete their accounts to show solidarity for a punished gamer.
YouTube deletes more 'pick-up artist' videos
The platform said further content and channels had been deleted due to "violative sexual content".
Dyson has scrapped its electric car project
The technology firm, which has already built the first cars, says the project is not commercially viable.
Turning the John Wick movies into a video game
The game, John Wick Hex, translates the film's fast paced combat into a top-down strategy game.
AI could become 'an enemy of the human race' warns expert
Dr Stuart Russell warns that AI could become "too competent" at fulfilling badly-framed goals.
Transhumanism: How far would you go for a body upgrade?
Meet the "transhumanists" who are pushing the boundaries of technology to implant chips and more into their bodies.
Herculaneum scroll: Shining a light on 2,000-year-old secrets
Scientists in Oxfordshire are trying to decipher scrolls buried when Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD79.
Smart glove treats osteoarthritis and other news
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at the week's best technology stories.
The fashion that lets you feel music
Clothing fitted with haptic sensors enable Hermon and Heroda, who are deaf, to feel dance music.
Holy tech! Churches try new ways to connect
Churches are increasingly using social media and specialist software to help reach their congregations.
'My gaming addiction stops me from having relationships'
James Wisniewski accepts gaming addiction has a negative impact on his life - but he can't stop.
Femtech: Right time, wrong term?
The 'femtech' label for women's health tech is flourishing but not everybody is a fan.
Could blacklisting China's AI champions backfire?
The US move to restrict trade with Chinese AI firms could encourage them to be more independent.
‘How my son went from gamer to compulsive gambler’
As the NHS opens a clinic for young gaming and gambling addicts, the father of one tells his story.
How 3D technology is capturing the world
From computer games to railway tracks, capturing 3D images in exquisite detail is now big business.
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