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A lawnmower has been blamed for wrongly triggering sensors that predict when the Northern Lights will be visible in the UK.
Microsoft's Excel has been blamed for some errors in academic papers on genomics.
A driver playing Pokemon Go while behind the wheel in Japan is arrested after hitting two women, killing one of them, say police.
Intimate images of Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones and racist photos appear on her website after it was targeted in a cyber-attack.
As the industry races to make driverless cars viable, a small fleet of computer-driven taxis are taking passengers in Singapore.
Catholic church authorities in Ireland order a review of social media access for trainee priests after allegations some of them used the gay dating app Grindr.
Engineers in the US have built the first self-contained, entirely soft robot - in the shape of a 7cm octopus.
Asian organisations are the worst prepared against cyber-attacks globally, according to US security company Mandiant.
The world's longest aircraft - the Airlander 10 - is damaged when it takes a nosedive on landing during its second test flight.
Google will give a lower search ranking to sites with "frustrating" pop-up ads from 2017.
New independent data suggests that the augmented reality craze is beginning to cool off.
Apple faces claims that it is failing to address a flaw that causes iPhone screens to become unresponsive.
A 3D printer that can produce large items such as plane parts is developed.
The Beijing-backed launch of the first-ever Tibetan language search engine raises suspicions about the Chinese government's motives.
India is investigating a massive data leak from French shipbuilder DCNS that revealed crucial details about submarines being built for the Indian navy.
Universities and NHS trusts have been hit hard by ransomware in the last year, according to Freedom of Information requests carried out by two cybersecurity firms.
The FBI is investigating whether Russian hackers have carried out a series of cyber attacks on the New York Times, officials tell US media.
The Ashley Madison dating site had "inadequate" security systems and used fake icons to make people think it was safe, reveals a report.
Wikileaks has been criticised for not doing enough to screen sensitive information found in documents released via the site.