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Images show Uber vehicle on its side after apparent high-impact crash with ordinary driver.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd says firms like Google should take "a leading role" in preventing extremist content.
The BBC’s technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones gets a beer poured for him by a robotic barman - but how long does it take?
Customers who suffer poor service could get automatic payouts under Ofcom's plan.
Web browsers could be blocked from accessing sites caught up in a row over basic security tools.
A new projection technique for persistence of vision displays will allow images to be up to 200m tall on buildings.
US politicians have voted to let ISPs gather and sell data about what Americans do online.
Manufacturing and retail jobs are most at risk from automation by the 2030s, a report says.
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
Apple's Red iPhone is going on sale, but in China it is doing things a bit differently. Why?
The company signs a new deal with FaceIt, one of the leading eSports platforms.
How new technologies are transforming outdoor advertising.
The sensor comes in orange, apple, banana and mango varieties and alerts to cooling problems.
A Russian man faces up to 10 years in jail for spreading a computer virus that cost victims more than $500m (£401m).
P. Ramlee enjoyed fame across South East Asia, even reaching as far as Hong Kong and Japan.
How much data do you give away during your average day in the city?
Police say the 15-year-old girl was assaulted in a Facebook live video viewed by at least 40 people.
An IT expert appears in court charged with stealing $39m from Kenya's national tax authority.
At one point 40 people watched the broadcast but nobody reported it to police.
A social media firm was among two companies targeted in an email phishing scam, officials say.