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The government invites churches to let their spires be rented to improve the UK's mobile coverage.
The named Russians are indicted along with three Russian companies by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Facebook is ordered to stop tracking people without consent, by a court in Belgium.
Customers should be allowed to "choose who they share vehicles with", says Transport for London.
Peter Maggs' chest wall was rebuilt using the technology after a large tumour was removed.
The search giant will remove features from its image search to appease Getty Images.
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
Sweden is one of the most innovative countries in the world, but the business culture discourages bragging.
Should social media-friendly experiences designed to make striking photos be considered art?
Britain and the US say the Russian military was behind the NotPetya attack which hit firms worldwide.
Service blocks access to corruption claim-related posts despite YouTube failing to meet similar demand.
Owen Veldhuizen says the surgery, which saw a robot used to operate on his heart, was "phenomenal".
The latest versions of the web browser will block "annoying intrusive" ads from today.
Leaked copies of a private chat suggest Wikileaks wanted a Republican candidate to become president.
The European Commission wants Facebook, Google and Twitter to do more to protect consumer rights.
Snapchat's changes have sparked a backlash as users complain that it is more difficult to use.
The filmmakers wanted one of the characters to appear in the new film looking as they did in 1982.
The tech firm has said owners may have to re-oil surfaces if the ring marks do not fade.
Quantum computing has taken a step forward with the recent development of a silicon-based programmable quantum processor.