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Dr Kogan also accused Cambridge Analytica boss Alexander Nix of fabrication.
A rugby match was livestreamed via iPlayer in a trial featuring the high-quality TV formats.
Hackers have taken Ukraine's energy ministry website offline, demanding a Bitcoin ransom to release encrypted files.
In Singapore, senior citizens are learning how to code computer programs on training courses designed to modernise skills and keep older brains sharp.
Customers remain locked out of their accounts and are unable to make payments as chaos continues.
The mobile phone giant is ranked lowest for the seventh year in a row by consumer body Which?.
The video-sharing website details the reasons why millions of videos have been removed.
The meat industry, a major contributor to CO2 emissions and deforestation, is facing competition.
Some adverts offered "men only" jobs while others wanted "trim" women applicants, Human Rights Watch found.
A robot carried on to the pitch feeds panoramic live images and sound back to Jack McLinden's tablet.
The trial feature skips explicit tracks but only works on Apple devices and lacks a parental lock.
Seven countries asked the European Commission to review the purchase of the music identification app.
Police in Florida are criticised for allegedly entering a funeral home to use a dead man's finger to unlock his smartphone.
Mark Meechan was fined £800 after teaching a dog to give a Nazi salute.
Google and Amazon have been caught up in Russian attempts to block the Telegram messaging app.
As many councils struggle with budget issues to deliver services such as social care, new technology is being used in one trial area.
Mark Meechan put footage on YouTube of the dog reacting to statements such as "Sieg Heil" by raising its paw.
Iran bans its banks from using Bitcoin, amid money-laundering concerns.
South Korea says silencing the propaganda broadcasts will help set the mood for the inter-Korean summit.