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People are paying friends, family and firms through their social media apps.
Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology stories.
The taxi app firm failed to respond to official requests about its management, the city council says.
The digital currency has seen its value more than double in the last month in a volatile journey.
UK YouTuber Daniel Middleton, who goes by DanTDM, earned the most money this year, according to Forbes.
The long-running compilation series produced four of the biggest-selling albums of the year.
A photo of Bollywood star's 250,000-plus unread emails sparks a search for the most bloated inbox online.
The currency is currently too "volatile" to be a good option for customers, the gaming service says.
The city is concerned about the safety of pedestrians if there are also many robots on the pavements.
The Australian Securities Exchange says it is the first global market to switch to the technology.
The Star Wars actress says becoming famous has made her reconsider how she lives her life.
Visual Effects Supervisor, Ben Turner, explains how they re-created drama about Queen Elizabeth II.
The European Court of Justice says luxury firms have the right to restrict online sales to protect their brands.
An algorithm developed by the DeepMind team claims victory against a world-beating AI chess program.
Baroness Shields says that MPs should not be sharing passwords with their staff.
Chinese gamers will be able to play a selection of Wii games on the Nvidia Shield.
Google plans to stop Amazon's Fire TV devices being able to use YouTube from the start of 2018.
Plans to introduce a "frowning pile of poo" emoji are flushed from the latest proposals.
Kamal Ahmed and Tina Daheley are among BBC journalists who will take part in events targeted at pupils.
The case is the first of its kind since Singapore introduced new laws regulating home sharing in June.