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A day in the life of Travis "Castaway" Waters, the South African who gets paid to play video games.
UK initiatives aim to get young people choosing a career in cyber-security to close a looming skills gap.
Which is the best insurance technology for young drivers: Black box or dash cam?
The HomePod will now go on release in early 2018 as the gadget still needs work, said Apple.
A shortage of weather data is holding back many African economies. Some start-ups are changing this.
Consumers can get help to spot domains that are known to be used by phishing gangs and cyber-thieves
Telecoms regulator says kids' smartwatches are spying devices and are to be banned under German law.
The Facebook account for viral news website Unilad has been deleted.
EA temporarily suspends in-game purchases as it does not want controversy to "overshadow" its game.
Tesla shows off a long awaited truck, but surprises with its new Roadster sports car.
Atlas, a humanoid robot developed by Boston Dynamics, is now able to perform backflips.
The online talent network said it wanted to focus its investment elsewhere.
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
A simple innovation is helping to cut supermarkets' refrigeration costs by 15%.
Management on the Tsukuba Express line "sincerely apologised for the inconvenience" caused.
Prince William worked with tech firms, charities and parents to come up with a code of conduct.
The High Street pawnbroker warns customers passwords and delivery addresses were exposed.
The Russian anti-virus company explains why it copied files off a PC used by a cyber-spy contractor.
The social network says it will remove the verified badge from accounts that break its rules.