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The US space agency says cyber-thieves may have compromised two of its computer servers.
The prototype underground tunnel is designed to transport cars at speeds of up to 150mph.
An investigation reveals other tech firms were not always aware how much access they had.
The entrepreneur says his system will see modified electric cars travel at high speed underground.
It involves thousands of messages in which diplomats discussed Trump, trade and other issues.
Japanese group Softbank, known for investing in future technology, has debuted a $23.5bn share sale of its telecom unit.
Alfonso Ribeiro, who played Carlton in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, says the game copied his moves.
Many rural homes receive mobile data from only one operator, an Ofcom study finds.
Report that Google has put its Project Dragonfly search engine for China on hold.
A former Nasa engineer spent six months building a disguised glitter bomb to surprise thieves stealing parcels from his doorstep.
Chinese firms are showing their support for phone giant Huawei, whose CFO is facing extradition to the US.
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.
A lot of people wanted to know the name of the song that goes: "I do it solo." (It's called Solo.)
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.