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We've all been stumped by a tricky question in a job interview, but you'd expect Google's top boss to get his own company's correct.
AirBnB announces plans to block hosts in London from renting out homes for more than 90 days a year.
Security flaws found in 10 implanted medical devices could have "fatal" consequences, warn researchers.
Doha News says access to its website has been blocked in an apparent act of government censorship.
Apple is turning 20 of its gaming apps red and launching new products to raise money for World Aids Day.
Telecoms regulator Ofcom is to examine landline rental costs amid concerns people are not getting value for money.
It's 35 years since the BBC launched its revolutionary 8-bit computer, inspiring a whole generation of programmers.
China introduces an additional 10% tax on "super cars", including Ferrari and Rolls-Royce.
GoPro is cutting 200 jobs and shutting down its video licensing service after the recall of its Karma drones.
The EU's law enforcement agency confirms that one of its officers copied secret documents to a private hard drive.
Netflix will now allow some of its programmes to be downloaded and watched offline.
The Internet Archive says it will keep a back-up in Canada following Donald Trump's election victory.
Virgin Media unveils its first 4K set-top box, but experts say it offers less ultra-high definition content than its rivals.
The Advertising Standards Authority says promotional videos for No Man's Sky "were not misleading".
Four men killed themselves in the last year after falling victim to "sextortion", police say.
The operator of the National Lottery says it believes that about 26,500 accounts have been breached.
How an artist is turning ancient Native America rock art into laser images.
A new campaign is launched to help victims of sextortion, where criminals blackmail victims with intimate webcam photos.
Zoe Kleinman explains why the Investigatory Powers Act is so controversial.