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Samsung: Have 'exploding' phones burned the brand?
Samsung's flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphone is due to go back on sale in South Korea on Monday, following a safety recall.

Twitch to start offering a virtual currency
Video game streaming site Twitch is to introduce its own virtual "currency", says its owner Amazon Game Studios.

Bid to block US net handover rejected
A judge rejects a last-ditch attempt to stop the handover of internet naming power from the US to a non-profit group.

Guilty plea for Syrian Electronic Army accomplice
A Syrian man pleads guilty to charges of helping the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) extort cash from hacking victims.

Piracy fighters battle Kodi 'epidemic'
Tackling the use of Kodi and other set-top boxes to stream subscription video for free is now the top priority for rights holders, a report says.

Commissioner: UK 'must avoid data protection Brexit'
The UK's new information commissioner calls for the country to adopt forthcoming EU data protection laws, despite its plan to leave the EU.

Twitch: Gaming needs to ‘invest’ to tackle sexism
Bosses from streaming site Twitch tell Newsbeat what they're doing to stop sexism in online gaming.

Army of webcams used in net attacks
A web attack that hit a hosting company with one terabit of data is possibly the largest ever seen and it used a network of smart devices such as webcams.

Could 3D printed hair follicles help with hair loss?
Hair follicles created by a process similar to 3D printing could one day be used as implants, beauty giant L'Oreal has said.

Samsung in US 'exploding washing machines' probe
Samsung has confirmed it is in talks with US consumer watchdogs after a lawsuit against the firm over "exploding" washing machines.

No Man's Sky investigated over 'misleading' adverts
Gamers say the trailers aren't like the finished game.

Google, Facebook, Amazon join forces on future of AI
Google, Amazon, Facebook, IBM and Microsoft are to form the Partnership on Artificial Intelligence, to work on maximising the potential of the technology.

Blackberry stops designing its own phones
Blackberry is to stop designing smartphones in-house after 14 years.

Europol warns of Android tap-and-go thefts
Europol believes organised crime is using Android phones to make fraudulent tap-and-go payments.

Price comparison sites to be probed by watchdog
The Competition and Markets Authority plans to scrutinise the operation of price comparison websites, which allow consumers to compare products and services.

Shutter falls on life-logging camera start-up Narrative
Narrative, which made wearable cameras, is the latest life-logging start-up to fail.

Europol report reveals rise in child sex abuse online
Online tools enabling sex offenders to stay anonymous are "becoming the norm" and putting children at greater risk of abuse, warns Europol.

Trump Jr's Skittles graphic deleted from Twitter
A controversial graphic that compared Syrian refugees to poisoned Skittles, posted by Donald Trump's son, is deleted from Twitter.

DJI's Mavic Pro fold-up drone detects obstacles
The world's bestselling drone-maker unveils a fold-up model that avoids collisions.

Apple to create London home at Battersea Power Station
Technology giant Apple will make Battersea Power Station the home of its new London headquarters.

Pepe the Frog meme branded a 'hate symbol'
Popular meme Pepe the Frog has been added to the Anti-Defamation League's database of hate symbols alongside the Swastika, since it was taken up by "racists and haters".

Facebook told to stop collecting German WhatsApp data
Facebook has been ordered to stop collecting German WhatsApp data by the Hamburg privacy regulator.

Samsung reveals 60% of 'unsafe' Galaxy Notes exchanged
A global recall of Samsung's Galaxy Note, following exploding batteries, prompts 60% of owners to swap devices.

Sale of Kodi 'fully-loaded' streaming boxes faces legal test
A legal case concerning the sale of video-streaming set-top boxes on which subscription content can be accessed for free begins on Tuesday.

Materials programmed to shape shift
Scientists have pre-programmed materials to change their shape over time.

Bringing down an unwanted drone
The BBC's Mike Cartwright sees a drone net in action - for use in bringing down and disabling drones.

Fashion show through a Hololens
A designer has used London Fashion Week to show off her collection using VR technology.

China starts streaming court trials
China has begun streaming court proceedings in many parts of the country in an apparent show of transparency.

Pepper robot learns to catch ball in a cup and other news
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.

Timeline: How did Blackberry get here?
Blackberry is to end production of its handsets and will outsource development to partners. The BBC's Chris Foxx takes a look at its bumpy history.

The rise and fall of the Blackberry handset
Ten years ago Blackberries were the handset of choice for busy global business executives but now the company controls just 0.1% of the global smartphone market, so what went wrong?

The rise and fall of the Blackberry in popular culture
As Blackberry announces it's no longer manufacturing its own handsets, Newsbeat looks back at its rise and fall in popular culture.

Is anyone really drilling earphone jacks into their iPhone?
A prank YouTube "instructional" video on how to drill a headphone jack into the iPhone 7 racks up 10 million views, and may have ruined a few phones.

The tech behind Kubo and the Two Strings
The technology behind the special effects of the new stop-motion movie Kubo and the Two Strings

AI creates movie trailer and other tech news
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.

How tech is helping a casino catch the cheats
Dan Simmons finds out how one casino uses its own technology to catch cheats

Exoskeleton gloves allow you to feel in VR and other news
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.

You sent how much?!
Business email fraud is on the rise, with fraudsters persuading staff to pay bogus invoices and make wire transfers under false pretences. Can tech foil the fraudsters?

More crushed candy
Candy Crush Saga launches its 2,000th level - but a decision to add adverts could prove controversial.

Thirsty web
A look at continuing efforts to reduce the water and energy needed to cool the world's data centres.

Abuse battle
Newsbeat's hears from the biggest hosts of online gaming content in the world about the abuse some women face when they stream or share videos.

The drugs don't work
The lucrative counterfeit drugs trade causes hundreds of thousands of deaths every year. Technology can help fight it, but are big pharma and governments doing enough?

Saving Eurovision
A profile of technology boss Matthew Prince, whose company Cloudflare protects four million websites, including those of banks, the Eurovision Song Contest, and many in the adult entertainment industry.

All my own work
Gaming is about more than just blockbuster releases, and at the UK’s biggest gaming show some of the country’s independent developers tell us why their role in the industry is so important.

Get off my land!
Up to a billion people in Africa derive their main income from farming, but many get embroiled in disputes over whether they really own their land. Can tech help?

GoPro Karma drone: Hands on with the foldable quadcopter
The BBC's Dave Lee tries out GoPro's first drone and its new voice-controlled action camera.

Connected tech: Smart home robots and sake fridges
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the latest internet of things technology.

PS4 Pro is 'future-proof' PlayStation
Sony's Jim Ryan tells the BBC the PS4 Pro is designed to future-proof the PlayStation.

Hands-on with new iPhone 7 and Airpods
Dave Lee takes a first look at the new iPhones and wireless Airpod earphones at Apple's launch event in San Francisco.



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