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Breakthrough technologies cannot be relied on to help the UK meet its climate targets, a report says.
Microsoft has rectified an issue, which made it harder for users to find files on PCs.
Local authorities can bid for the money to pay for a new fleet of up to 200 electric buses.
How actors Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci were digitally de-aged.
The social media giant is facing a backlash over plans to encrypt messages across its platforms.
A fatal crash slowed its plans to develop self-driving technology, which is seen as crucial to the future of the ride-hailing firm.
The Fifa eClub World Cup starts on Friday in Italy will see 24 teams from all over the world battling it out to be crowned the winner.
The technology giant's new patent sets out to eliminate the biggest issues with foldable devices.
Online political ads should be more tightly regulated, a data ethics body says.
The tech firm has cancelled its appearance at Mobile World Congress due to the virus.
The Lunar Pathfinder spacecraft will sell communications services to other missions at the Moon.
Pepe, the robot offers hygiene advice from the World Health Organisation.
Dan Houser founded the studio behind Grand Theft Auto with his brother in 1998.
A key meeting will be held on Wednesday to hammer out the details of sharing rural networks.
Sign-ups for Disney's streaming service shoot past forecasts with 28.6 million joining since November.
The tech giant said some people exporting their Google Photos ended up with other people's videos.
The video streaming service is taking UK taxpayers "for a ride" over tax, Dame Margaret Hodge says.
Boris Johnson unveils the plan as he launches a "year of climate action" alongside Sir David Attenborough.
He cites fake news and privacy concerns as the reasons he is abandoning the social network.