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Some imams in Kurdistan have officially banned a hugely popular video game – but others are hitting back.
Digital minister Margot James says phone and broadband firms must "play by the rules".
Tens of thousands of pilots trained in a tiny, mechanical flight simulator which has been restored.
BBC Click’s Nick Kwek looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
Is much-heralded nuclear fusion finally ready to fulfil its promise of abundant energy for all?
Sophie Roberts is a software developer at the tech giant who came out at work in October.
Prince William and Catherine were at the BBC to discuss its work on combating cyber-bullying.
The technology giant will close its Schaft robotics division after failing to find a buyer.
Facebook is embroiled in a new controversy over the tactics it used to discredit its critics.
Yoshitaka Sakurada is responsible for ensuring the 2020 Olympic Games are not hacked.
Superfast 5G mobile promises lots of benefits, but will it be worth the money?
Researchers find a way to reveal the locations of children wearing MiSafes watches and call them.
Security experts have found serious security flaws in MiSafes watches for children.
The technology company's retail chief reveals the initiative as she is given the Stop Slavery Award.
The 25-year-old had fooled police into thinking a father-of-two had murdered a family member.
DeepMind now wants its health app to become an AI assistant for nurses and doctors around the world.
The men are accused of helping cause $530m of losses to banks and other businesses.
IMF boss Christine Lagarde said state-backed digital currencies could make transactions safer and cheaper.
Artificial intelligence creates a computer generated video which manipulates the newsreader’s mouth.
Why face-mapping technology designed to improve TV dubbing is raising fears about fake news.