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While Periscope is blocked in China, Yi has become increasingly popular.
Hackers have stolen login data for more than 7 million members of the Lifeboat Minecraft site.
Microsoft begins forcing people to use its Bing search engine with the Cortana digital assistant in Windows 10.
The US Supreme Court approves a rule change that could allow law enforcement to remotely search computers located anywhere in the US, and beyond.
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn unloads his shares in Apple over the company's prospects in China.
Is our data more secure in the cloud?
Amazon illegally charged parents for in-app purchases made by children, a US judge rules.
A passenger plane thought to have been struck as it approached Heathrow airport was probably not hit by a drone after all, the government says.
A man is held in prison for seven months after failing to decrypt two hard drives that investigators suspect contain indecent images of children.
Two gaming veterans who helped create iconic title Doom are seeking cash to make a "classic" first-person shooter.
Facebook-owned photo sharing giant Instagram orders the owner of a British anti-litter app to change its name.
The battle over corporate names
A German nuclear power plant has been found to be infected by several different computer viruses.
Tests on 42 towns and cities across the UK suggest almost half have average broadband speeds below 24Mbps.
Hackers compete to hone their cyber security skills
Facebook shares jump after it said quarterly profits tripled from a year earlier to $1.51bn.
China's push for driverless cars accelerates
A firm which developed a "smart" wi-fi antenna for mobile devices wins more than £1.5m in European funding to help it commercialise its technology.