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Right-wing users claim their beliefs have been discriminated against by the crackdown.
The cuckoo only comes out once a millennium.
A dog robot that can open doors has been taught a new skill: overcoming human interference.
Images of the firm's forthcoming flagship phone are revealed ahead of its Barcelona debut on Sunday.
The company says that only internally used engineering test cars have been affected.
Institutions that fail to report the results of drug trials will be named on a new website.
The Starling Jet is due to launch in six years time at a cost of £8m.
MPs launch an inquiry into the impact of social media and screen-use on young people's health.
The visual effects team behind the film has been nominated for an Oscar.
A survey found over half of 18-25 year olds were using the same password for lots of online services.
AI could be used by rogue states, criminals and terrorists for malicious purposes in the near future.
Woman notices her sister is suffering from a stroke while they spoke on a FaceTime call.
The "Petro" is intended to help country's crumbling economy evade tough US sanctions.
Russian bots are believed to have taken part in debate about gun control following Florida shootings.
The emergence of a tech behemoth transforms its hometown.
An entrepreneur makes an app that lets her have conversations with a virtual version of a deceased friend.
The vice-president of ads is criticised for tweeting Russian-bought ads were not designed to sway the US election.
Messages containing a letter from India's Telugu language caused devices to crash.
US firm's clients told to update their settings and lock down data before it is stolen.
More than 25% of local authorities had computer systems breached from 2013-17, campaigners say.
Campaigners say the law needs to change to make it easier for police to take action.
A team of engineers trek into the remote region to bring a community electricity for the first time.
The 200-store electronics retailer hopes that a deal might be done as early as this week.
Fish farming is big business and producers are adopting new technologies to expand and cut costs.
Matthew Falder blackmailed victims into sending sexual images that he then shared on the dark web.
The 70-storey tower would be 90% wood and have trees and other foliage on every level.
Investigations are launched after a helicopter reportedly crashed after swerving to avoid a consumer drone.
People wishing to take out ads naming political candidates will be sent a verification code in the post.
The government invites churches to let their spires be rented to improve the UK's mobile coverage.
The named Russians are indicted along with three Russian companies by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Facebook is ordered to stop tracking people without consent, by a court in Belgium.
TfL considers women-only Uber Pool option
Peter Maggs' chest wall was rebuilt using the technology after a large tumour was removed.
The search giant will remove features from its image search to appease Getty Images.
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
Sweden is one of the most innovative countries in the world, but the business culture discourages bragging.
Should social media-friendly experiences designed to make striking photos be considered art?
Service blocks access to corruption claim-related posts despite YouTube failing to meet similar demand.
Owen Veldhuizen says the surgery, which saw a robot used to operate on his heart, was "phenomenal".
The latest versions of the web browser will block "annoying intrusive" ads from today.
Leaked copies of a private conversation suggest Wikileaks wanted Trump to become president.
The European Commission wants Facebook, Google and Twitter to do more to protect consumer rights.
Snapchat's changes have sparked a backlash as users complain that it is more difficult to use.
The defence secretary points finger at Kremlin for Ukraine attack, which also hit British businesses.
The filmmakers wanted one of the characters to appear in the new film looking as they did in 1982.
Quantum computing has taken a step forward with the recent development of a silicon-based programmable quantum processor.
The tech firm has said owners may have to re-oil surfaces if the ring marks do not fade.
Alibaba rolls out a system that analyses pig squeals and coughs to improve pork production.
A website lets people freely look for sensitive data stored on servers at Amazon Web Services.
Kim "Geguri" Se-Yeon is the first female player in the history of the eSports Overwatch League.
Russia's internet watchdog has ordered videos and images on the services to be blocked by end of day.
A Brazilian designer used human remains, thought to be that of the saint, to reconstruct Valentine's face.
A scientist says the search for alien intelligence has been hit by a shortage of computer hardware.
Researchers at Brigham Young University nicknamed it the Princess Leia project.
A television ad that caused a viewer's Echo Dot device to try to order cat food has been cleared.
Working out who sells the most cars is more complicated than you might think.
Some companies are trying to fulfil the long-cherished dream of making a car that can fly. But how practical or affordable will they be?
Boston Dynamics' latest design of the SpotMini robot is able to open doors.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Taiwan's street crossing men have got girlfriends.
The controversial star hasn't done enough to warrant a ban from the site, YouTube's head says.
A proof-of-concept test of 10Gbps has been conducted in a residential home in London.
The e-commerce giant has grown rapidly in recent years but is now closing jobs in Seattle and worldwide.
In the latest Newsbeat Documentary, vlogger Ben Hunte looks at couples revealing all on YouTube and Instagram.
An algorithm that detects propaganda made by the Islamic State group is developed in the UK.
Polly Mackenzie argues that workers in the gig economy must have stronger employment protections.
Online dating has become the standard way to find a partner these days. Can AI make it even better?
A German regional court rules that the social network failed to obtain proper consent to some of its features.
Unilever says it will not invest in platforms that do not police extremist and criminal content.
Data centres mining the crypto-currency will use 100 megawatts of power this year, an energy firm says.
A US senator gives the credit rating firm a week to reveal more information about 2017's cyber-attack.
The website for the Games suddenly went offline on 9 February after being attacked, officials say.
The move comes as the retailer increases its collaboration with specialist games firm Game Digital.
Regulators and the digital currency industry need to work together to stop crime, says Europol.
What are cryptocurrencies? Spencer Kelly explains all - with the help of a stuffed penguin.
The patients learnt to use the technique in their daily lives to reduce the power of hallucinations.
Fake bombs, staged murders, stunts that resemble acid attacks - why are YouTubers posting "terror pranks"?
A security expert says thousands of sites used visitors' computers to mine cryptocurrency.
The spectacular sight of 1,218 drones forming the Olympic rings during the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics was pre-recorded.
Elon Musk just launched the world's most powerful rocket. It's only a fraction of what he's up to.
What role does rock band Dire Straits play in international espionage?
Do children spend too much time online and does social media use make them anxious and unhappy?
The Sega Mega Drive games console gets a new game more than 20 years after it went on sale.
In December, the video blogger was criticised for uploading a video of a dead body.
Some of the secret code used in Apple's iOS 9 mobile operating system is leaked online.
Reports say scientists at a Russian nuclear bomb factory tried to mine crypto-currencies.
The streaming site says it will now ban people who are abusive on other platforms as well as its own.
The social network is testing a feature that lets people hide offensive comments.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
Whether it's Paris or Farnborough, Dubai or Singapore, air shows have a real fanbase. But why?
EE will sell a 4G antenna to bring fast broadband to homes in rural areas.
Better recycling and compostable materials could be an answer to our plastic pollution problem.
The social media company posts its maiden quarterly profit, sending its share price up by a quarter.
Campaigners are concerned that smart home specialist Nest will no longer be a separate business.
The BBC meets bodyhackers determined to push the human body into new territory.
He was an advocate of free speech and also wrote lyrics for the Grateful Dead rock group.
The new emoji list has been published which adds ginger hair and over 150 other emojis for you to have fun with.
The Die With Me app only works when you have 5% battery or less.
A former moderator for the social network recalls some of the content she had to tackle.
A House of Commons committee is in Washington to question Google, Facebook and Twitter on fake news.
The discussion site bans all faked pornography that uses people's faces without their permission.