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The video app, Monkey, is designed to help teenagers make new friends
The private instant messaging app is surging in popularity as a way to share and discuss the news.
More than a billion biometric cards have been issued, but the scheme is deeply controversial.
A demo in Nuneaton is the last in a series of trials for driverless cars before they move onto public roads.
China consumes more electricity than any other country but is also the world's biggest solar energy producer.
A US official confirms nearly two dozen states were targeted in the US election hack.
The software giant responds to Kaspersky Lab's anti-trust complaint to the European Commission.
A government plan to protect the UK's £13.7bn space industry has been laid out in the Queen's Speech.
Musgrove Park Hospital has done a deal with DeepMind to roll out an app to detect kidney failure.
Hacking group CyberTeam says it was behind the Skype connectivity problems over the past two days.
Oxford researchers warn that computational propaganda is a powerful tool against democracy.
The Queen's Speech pledges new legislation on driverless and electric cars to make the UK "a world leader".
Plans for new data protection rules in the UK have been outlined in the Queen's Speech.
James Ejankowski bought two cars using money stolen from Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banking Group.
The crisis at Uber that led to the resignation of its controversial chief executive Travis Kalanick.
Travis Kalanick, chief executive of ride-sharing service Uber, resigns following pressure from investors.
Engineers at the University of California are working on a soft legged robot.
The online streaming service is launching programmes whose plots can be determined by their viewers.
Google says most people who watch 360-degree VR videos on YouTube only focus on what's in front of them.