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The technology giant says it may be able to offer the recalled devices as refurbished phones.
Privacy measures offered by chat apps are called into question by last week's London terror attack.
A robot coffee server is turning heads in San Francisco
The win removes the threat that Apple would not be able to sell the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in China
India's Team Indus is one of five groups in a race to put a privately funded spacecraft on the Moon.
A Manchester band is using an algorithm for their new music video, so that you never see the same thing twice.
Former MOD security chief says we should work with tech companies to combat extremism
BT apologises and agrees to repay telecoms firms for delays in installing high-speed lines.
Is Google's position as the world's leading search engine now unassailable?
Thousands of videos on YouTube look like versions of popular cartoons but contain disturbing and inappropriate content not suitable for children.
Messaging apps which are encrypted must be accessible to those fighting terror, the home secretary says.
UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd says social media apps like WhatsApp, which encrypts users messages, cannot be a hiding place for terrorists.
Images show Uber vehicle on its side after apparent high-impact crash with ordinary driver.
The US and UK bans affect direct flights from some Middle East airports.
The BBC’s technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones gets a beer poured for him by a robotic barman - but how long does it take?
Customers who suffer poor service could get automatic payouts under Ofcom's plan.
Brett Ratner, who co-funded Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, says the review site is destroying the film business.
Web browsers could be blocked from accessing sites caught up in a row over basic security tools.
A new projection technique for persistence of vision displays will allow images to be up to 200m tall on buildings.