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The technology could give a further layer of security when paying with your card in shops.
YouTube restores some videos of robots fighting after wrongly removing hundreds.
The browsers will prevent government-issued certificates from decrypting net traffic.
England bowler Jofra Archer calls for help on Twitter ahead of Ashes third Test against Australia - so he can play Fortnite.
Little Ripper Group has provided AI technology that detects crocodiles in aerial footage.
Suprema says a probe found the scope of a fingerprint data leak was "significantly" less than reported.
The supermarket chain alleges that Tesla was negligent in the way the solar panels were installed.
Public urged to "recycle their tech" as rare, valuable materials in millions of old devices languish in UK homes.
Radio-frequency identification, famously used to bug the US embassy in Moscow, is a cheap way to track objects and data.
#BulletJournal: The new trend that is helping people to save money.
British banks experienced more than 10 outages a month in the past year, BBC analysis of new data reveals.
Unwanted devices can contain elements that the world is running out of - so how can you help?
Millions of people have shared #bulletjournal or #bujo hashtags on Instagram, so how do they work?
The tech giant is sharing its hand-tracking software to allow others to develop translation apps.
England women's manager Phil Neville said footballers should "boycott" social media to send a "powerful message" that abuse is not acceptable.
The streams will be moderated by humans and only a handful will be available, said the social news site.
The couple have been together for eight years and wed at the famous London attraction.
National Grid could be fined for the outage that affected nearly a million people in England and Wales.
Set up in 1994, the weather-watching webcam in San Francisco will be shut off at the end of August.
Website content moderators have to see some very disturbing material. How do they cope?