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Users of the Linux operating system are being urged to update it to remove a "serious" bug that hackers could use to hijack systems.
Online gambling firms may be breaking the law by making it very difficult for players to collect their winnings, the competition regulator says.
An NSA contractor is accused of stealing vast amounts of government secrets over a 20-year period.
Chief digital officer Sree Sreenivasan is moving from New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, to New York City.
Samsung appears to file copyright claims against YouTube videos mocking its recalled Galaxy Note 7 handset.
Actors who provide voices, stunts or motion capture for video games are on strike in the US over pay and conditions.
Microsoft's focus on cloud computing has helped it deliver better-than-expected quarterly profits and sent its shares to an all-time high.
Will human drivers take advantage of driverless cars' safety-first caution and simply ignore them?
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
Facebook has apologised for removing a video on breast cancer awareness posted by a Swedish group, saying it was incorrectly taken down.
Nintendo reveals its next games machine - Nintendo Switch - will be a handheld, portable device that doubles up as a home console.
Nintendo reveals the first details of its next games console - the Nintendo Switch - previously code-named NX.
Apple says there is a "flood" of potentially life-threatening counterfeit goods being sold via Amazon.
Lawyers for Backpage owners have asked the judge to throw out the case against them, citing free speech principles.
Internet firm Yahoo calls on the US government to publish a surveillance order it received so it can respond to claims it scanned users' emails
A Russian man has been arrested in the Czech Republic over alleged involvement in a massive breach of LinkedIn data.
An Australian man is acquitted of the murder of a New Zealand woman who fell from his balcony during their first Tinder date.
Photography brand Kodak reveals a smartphone that takes its name and looks from a 1941 camera.
Tesla says all electric cars it now builds will have hardware to drive completely on their own, though fully self-driving cars are still years away.
Broadband needs a social tariff to ensure everyone can afford it, says the Local Government Association.