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It's part of a drive to get more girls involved in science, technology engineering and mathematics from a young age.
BBC Minute's Ione Wells investigates the rising trend of 'cyber-flashing' where naked photos are being sent by strangers to people's phones.
Are these the faces of the future? It's clear these robots are no ordinary machines.
A coalition of human rights groups says at least 12 people have been killed in a week of protests.
A man is accused of using the hit video game Fortnite to initiate sexual activity with children.
The Chinese telecoms giant was the focus of international scrutiny even before a senior executive's arrest.
A security flaw meant many private messages were readable for years said Twitter.
The streaming giant says the subscriber growth reflects the success of its original programmes.
BBC Click’s Stephen Beckett looks at some of the best tech news stories of the week.
Other countries have barred the Chinese firm from their network infrastructure over security concerns.
How 3D software supercharged with real-time data can simulate complex designs before they're built.
The institution suspends donations from the Chinese telecoms giant amid continuing spying controversy.
The suspension has been imposed because the channel had broken rules governing adverts, YouTube says.
A shoe scanner that works on passengers queuing at airport security is on show in London.
The public is warned of an email-based campaign that uses a fake BBC News article to seek funds.
The pages campaigned for months creating and sharing stories that were fake, said Facebook.
The UK's intelligence services say there are too few young women working in cyber-security.
The latest version of the game has a new VR mode for more realistic aerial acrobatics.
People with Parkinson's can freeze when they walk but laser shoes are helping them to keep moving.
Two Netflix productions used stock images of the Lac-Megantic rail disaster in a fictional context.