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World Land Speed record holder Andy Green describes the sensation of starting up the Bloodhound supersonic car for the first time.
The BBC's Stephen McDonell examines China's clampdown on free speech ahead of the party congress.
Made up of over 500 cameras, the Panoptic Studio captures motion without the use of markers.
New digital technology allows people without a voice to sound like themselves for the first time.
Reality Check looks into the numbers of women in the British film industry.
Virtual reality technology that lets trainee surgeons feel "flesh and bone" is developed.
We are not used to the idea of machines making ethical decisions, but the day when they will routinely do this - by themselves - is fast approaching.
Road police in France have been testing them out in Bordeaux.
The robot can track a player's body language allowing it to play shots accordingly.
A daily ice bath is "like having morning coffee", the tech giant's president Tim Kendall tells the BBC.
YouTube denies accusations of racism, saying it wanted to be culturally sensitive about uploads.
Microwaves could help make drives with much higher capacities than those seen today.
Encryption tools in apps such as WhatsApp "thwart law enforcement", says US Deputy Attorney General.
40 Years ago, video games changed forever with the launch of the Atari 2600.
The ride-hailing firm files an appeal after being denied a licence to operate in the capital.
Chinese chat app WeChat apologises after its software translated "black foreigner" into the N-word.
The national infrastructure commission head also warns the UK faces gridlock on roads, railways and in the skies.
Many users are removing themselves from Twitter for a day to protest "women's voices being silenced".
Kwon Oh-hyun said the company was facing an "unprecedented crisis inside out".