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Security experts find several flaws that challenge Nomx's claims it gives users 'absolute security'.
The bug was exploited for months before it was fixed, according to security researchers.
Manchester and Liverpool are second and third, but London is fourth form the bottom and Cardiff last.
Welsh police plan to use facial recognition on fans at the Champions League final.
The Switch has become the fastest-selling games console in the Japanese company's history.
Report suggests victims are now paying about $1,000 (£775) to recover scrambled data.
The classic BlackBerry smartphone, including physical keyboard, is given a 2017 makeover.
Up to £112,000 is being offered for information about drones that disrupted flights at a Chinese airport.
Agricool is using former shipping containers to grow strawberries in Paris.
Uber launched in Egypt two years ago, and is now one of the company's fastest growing markets.
The plan to roll back Obama-era rules may set off a fierce fight over how to regulate internet traffic in the US.
Matthew Hanley, 22, and Connor Allsopp, 20, accessed customer's information during the cyber attack.
App-based guides for games like Fifa targeted more than 500,000 users with malware, a cyber-security company says.
Facebook, Twitter and others are banned to stop graphic videos being used to "spread discontent".
Previously, the firm had allowed the government access to the data when investigating potential terrorist plots.
A woman in Wisconsin said she suffered second-degree burns when her fitness tracker exploded.
More people than ever are regular users of the message-in-brief platform, but it is still losing money.
The social network must address fake news as the UK's general election approaches, Damian Collins told the Guardian.
Boston Dynamics reveals the softer side of military robots, at the Ted conference.
In a Ted conference session called Our Robotic Overlords, experts consider the future of artificial intelligence.