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Search for the term "CEO" in images and the first female result you get is a picture of Barbie in a suit.
Boeing has shown off its 'space bins' that can hold 50% more luggage than existing designs.
Sam Griner, whose image spawned the 'success kid' meme, is using his fame to raise cash to pay for medical treatment for his father.
Can Etsy keep its soul after going public?
San Francisco start-up Endless is on course to reach its $100,000 crowdfunding target for its budget desktop PC.
Shares in internet television service Netflix rise over 13% after the firm said it added a better-than-expected five million users in the first quarter of 2015.
Tokyo photographers resist going digital
Huawei says a new type of sensor and image stabilisation technology allows its new flagship phone to outclass other premium rivals.
Scientists are using YouTube videos to study a spectacular cave just outside Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.
Games of Thrones broadcaster HBO sends "take down" notices to Periscope, the live-streaming app owned by Twitter, after users broadcast episodes of the hit show.
The EU's case against the search giant
Is competition really only a click away?
Wireless systems used by passengers on planes in the US could be hacked to access flight controls, a federal watchdog agency warns.
Experts think they may have found proof that video games can numb pain after a US man tears a tendon playing Candy Crush.
European Union competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager has announced that a complaint has been filed against Google over its alleged anti-competitive behaviour.
The European Union's competition commissioner says Google has abused its dominance of search to promote its Shopping service.
Chinese vehicle maker Ninebot has bought iconic US rival Segway for an undisclosed amount, the company announced.
Digital music revenues matched physical sales for the first time in 2014, says the music industry body IFPI.
Nokia says it has agreed a deal to buy smaller French rival Alcatel-Lucent in a €15.6bn takeover deal.