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BBC News - Technology
Ofcom plans instant payback for broadband woes
Landline and broadband customers who suffer poor service could get automatic refunds under Ofcom plans.
Robots to affect up to 30% of UK jobs, says PwC
Manufacturing and retail jobs are most at risk from automation by the 2030s, a report says.
YouTube to help gamers build their audiences
The company signs a new deal with FaceIt, one of the leading eSports platforms.
Why Apple's red iPhones are not 'Red' in China
Apple's Red iPhone is going on sale, but in China it is doing things a bit differently. Why?
Fruit-shaped sensor 'can improve freshness'
The sensor comes in orange, apple, banana and mango varieties and alerts to cooling problems.
Russian man pleads guilty over $500m malware scam
A Russian man faces up to 10 years in jail for spreading a computer virus that cost victims more than $500m (£401m).
Spear-phishing scammer demanded sex show
A young woman was tricked into handing over her passwords and then blackmailed over explicit photos.
Two major US technology firms 'tricked out of $100m'
A social media firm was among two companies targeted in an email phishing scam, officials say.
Facebook Live victim 'afraid to go home'
Police say the 15-year-old girl was assaulted in a Facebook live video viewed by at least 40 people.
Plusnet fined £880,000 for billing former customers
An investigation by Ofcom found the ISP had overcharged former customers by more than £500,000.
Twitter shuts 377,000 'terrorism' accounts
Twitter says it shut nearly 377,000 accounts for promoting terrorism in the second half of 2016.
Kenya Revenue Authority 'lost $39m to hacker'
An IT expert appears in court charged with stealing $39m from Kenya's national tax authority.
UK flight ban on electronic devices announced
Banning laptops on some flights to the UK is "necessary, effective and proportionate", No 10 says.
Canadian photographer 'sorry' for explicit image sharing
Canadian photographer Ren Bostelaar says the pictures he shared were already in the public domain.
Apple launches red iPhone 7 and video app
The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus now comes in a new colour and a video app aims to appeal to iOS users.
US man loses appeal over encrypted drives
The man refuses to decrypt hard drives seized during an investigation into child sexual abuse images.
Is the UK Europe's best hub for tech workers?
UK tech is 'leaps and bounds ahead of anywhere else’
UK digital-tech sector growing twice as fast as economy
Salaries for people working in the digital-tech sector have soared in the last five years.
Online care home bed booking system aims to cut hospital bed blocking
The system is aiming to reduce hospital bed blocking with real time bookings of care home beds.
Why Snapstreaks are worrying some kids
What is Snapchat streak? And why is it worrying some kids? Newsround's Ricky Boleto explains.
Sir Martin Sorrell says Google must 'place ads in the right way'
Advertising boss Sir Martin Sorrell says there is 'great concern' over how Google places advertisements.
The company turning soot from vehicle exhausts into art
Soot from vehicle exhausts is being recycled into ink. BBC Click's Spencer Kelly reports
Bank cheques to be cleared within a day
From October 2017, cheques will start to clear much faster than the current six days' waiting time.
Malaysia screen legend gets Google tribute
P. Ramlee enjoyed fame across South East Asia, even reaching as far as Hong Kong and Japan.
Air quality tracker for Chicago to roll out city-wide
A city-wide network of sensors monitoring air quality is being installed in Chicago.
The 3D-printed house built in 24 hours and other tech news
BBC Click's Dan Simmons looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
MWC 2017: Technology review
BBC Click's Stephen Beckett reviews some of the technology on display at the Mobile World Congress.
Breathe easy? Air pollution trackers put to the test
Lara Lewington finds out if air pollution gadgets can help her pick the healthiest route to take.
How much data do you give away during your average day in the city?
Ads in your eye
How new technologies are transforming outdoor advertising.
Fake data threat
Not all cyber-attacks are about theft, some seek to undermine the trust placed in data and documents.
Phone and forest
How a remote community in Guyana is using cutting-edge software and equipment against deforestation.
Using robotic carers and nurses to help the elderly could ease strains on the global healthcare system.
Stars unite for cancer research
What do the study of cancer cells and that of the stars have in common?
Hearing loss affects about 360 million people globally - can smartphones help diagnose the condition?
Machines v hackers
Security could increasingly rely on smart machines that spot cyber threats rather than on humans.
The stories behind CIA's weird names for its hacking tools, from "Weeping Angel" to "Starving Weasel".
Scam call centre
Three whistleblowers reveal details of an industrial-scale fraud operation based in India.
It's been a rollercoaster year for wearables in terms of sales, and experts are divided on their future.
The latest technologies aiming to take the stress out of business travel.
As the value of Bitcoin tops gold for the first time, we spoke to an early investor who bought one Bitcoin for just $18 (£14.70) in 2012.
Love on the line?
Online dating fraud is on the rise, so what are dating firms doing to protect their members?
How a pilot scheme in Havana might point the way to an internet-connected Cuba.
The BBC offers its best advice for Silicon Valley's beleaguered bad boy.
Malware researcher Anton talks about who does what in the web's dark marketplaces.
Nokia 3310 mobile phone resurrected at MWC 2017
An iconic Nokia phone is revamped with added battery life and new features alongside several Nokia-branded Android models.
MWC 2017: Sony smartphone films in super-slow-motion
A new type of smartphone sensor that can film at 960 frames per second is featured in a new handset from Sony.
MWC 2017: LG G6 phone wants to run two apps at once
LG's latest flagship phone is designed to run two apps simultaneously on its elongated screen but abandons the firm's previous modular ambitions.
MWC 2017: Samsung unveils two new tablets but no phone
The South Korean tech firm has traditionally launched a new smartphone at the Mobile World Congress tech show.
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