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One video game company boss is worried international staff will be harder to hire post-Brexit.
One of the great hopes of the UK tech sector, Blippar, collapses following a funding dispute.
Courier firms are struggling to cope with the rise of online shopping, and tech can only help so much.
Twitter says "unusual" activity from China and Saudi Arabia followed a users' country code bug.
Appeal court dismisses case alleging Apple's responsibility in Christmas Eve crash in Texas in 2014.
The supersonic vehicle could still race at 1,000mph after an entrepreneur bought the business.
YouTube, Tumblr, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter were targeted in the 2016 US election, a report says.
The UK ads watchdog received 24 complaints about smartphone "flash sales" in November.
Yair Netanyahu blames the "thought police" after posts against Palestinians and Muslims are removed.
After YouTube Rewind 2018 becomes the most disliked video in history, YouTubers make their own.
University of California has had the robots for two years, but "human error" is blamed for the fire.
YouTube star James Charles asks fans for privacy after a fan shows up at his house in LA.
New York police officers went to Colin Kroll's Manhattan flat after a request to check on him.
The perpetrators are urging victims to support the YouTube star and protect their systems.
The Metropolitan Police Service is testing the technology around Soho on Monday and Tuesday.
The group backed campaigners who say having no hard shoulder puts motorists and recovery workers at risk.
A stadium in LA confirms it uses facial recognition technology at pop concerts.
Photos of up to 6.8 million Facebook users, including ones they never posted, could be accessed.
Twitter must reveal the identity behind two parody accounts, the high court rules.
"Audacious" Tony Colston-Hayter used the device to con people out of more than £500,000, police said.