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Minister vows to question Grindr and Tinder on safeguarding measures following "shocking" findings.
Camera-laden towers and underground sensors plug the gaps in the existing US-Mexico border fence.
The joint visual effects supervisor behind the Bafta-nominated film explains how the images were made.
About 650 esports gamers and 100 spectators are battling it out to win thousands of pounds.
The Chinese-owned meme platform taking over the internet.
The social media app was downloaded more times than Instagram and Snapchat in 2018.
The flaw meant account holders saw some details of other users and their message history.
Why would a technology firm that has sold millions of units online venture on to the high street?
Jeff Bezos says National Enquirer attempted extortion by threatening to publish "intimate photos".
Digital banking service Revolut is referred to the City watchdog over its Valentine's Day "single takeaway" ad.
The flaw let iPhone owners eavesdrop on people they called via the FaceTime video-chat system.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
YouTube deletes singer Austin Jones's channel, after he exchanges sexual images with underage girls.
A controversial new scheme is capturing CO2 emissions from wood burning.
Politicians' passwords have all been reset, but officials say it appears no information was stolen.
The smartphone is becoming a powerful medical tool that can diagnose a growing number of conditions.
A customer's ex-partner accessed her new address and bank details, before turning up at her home.
The film-maker takes legal action against the company for allegedly refusing to release his latest film.
But some pictures - such as scars - will be allowed to remain, the head of the platform says.