BBC News - Technology
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BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
The humanoid, named Alex, causes a stir as he makes his debut on state news channel Rossiya 24.
The Museum of English Rural Life now appears as Elon Musk on Twitter after he used their sheep picture.
A dozen named groups and individuals will be purged from the social network, it said.
The social network was grabbing email contacts of some new users for almost three years, it says.
Several outlets reviewing Samsung's ground-breaking new folding smartphone have reported major problems with its screen.
The woman aiming to build "a labour movement for the 21st Century" shares her plan at TED.
Ubisoft is to donate money and offer use of its digital reconstruction of the cathedral.
Two people explain why they post made-up reviews, while psychologists deconstruct the power of the review.
Plans to give millions of dollars to a program for online learning for pre-schoolers has been criticised.
Gamers give their verdict as Microsoft announces an "all-digital edition" of the console.
A department responsible for data protection shares the personal details of hundreds of journalists.
Streaming company Netflix is to trial showing UK users its most-watched shows over a weekly period.
Mark Hamill supports a YouTuber who faced a backlash for his tearful reaction to the new Star Wars trailer.
Apps from unfamiliar developers will be scrutinised more deeply before they go on the Play Store.
Sites that fail to comply will face being blocked by internet service providers.
Marc Cieslak reviews the game Axiom Soccer - a mashup between football and a third person shooter.
The surprise settlement brings a long-running legal battle between the two tech firms to an end.
The move comes after a court called for a ban on the video app over concerns it put children at risk.
Radar technology and tiny brain-monitors are just some of the devices being tested by a new research centre.