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How data is being used to help reduce crime in Rio de Janeiro.
Restaurants face having to seek planning permission if they heavily use food delivery apps.
Matt Hancock calls it "something of a disappointment" that he has to state it publicly.
The MoneyTaker group has also stolen banking documents that may be used in future attacks.
Gamers as young as 11 bet using virtual weapons within video games which are then exchanged for cash.
The advertising giant is to change its tax arrangements in about 30 countries after a similar move in the UK.
The BBC understands that an independent ethics watchdog will recommend new laws on online content.
The SEC halts an initial coin offering and warns consumers of the dangers of crypto-currency investment.
A former executive for the social network has blasted social media for "ripping society apart".
The platform sent a tweet addressing the "53 people" that have watched the film 18 days in a row.
The man who created Player Unknown's Battlegrounds talks to Radio 1's Gaming Show about the problem of developers copying ideas.
Skin betting websites let players gamble with virtual items from online games as currency.
Does the crypto-currency Bitcoin really use more electricity than Ireland?
These are the choices faced by many families living in Kenya's slums. Could technology help?
Rivalry against Spotify and augmented reality ambitions are two possible reasons for the takeover.
Robots can "set us free" by taking over routine everyday tasks says Labour's deputy Tom Watson.
Facebook shares its internal policy for dealing with harassment.
Garden shed inventors talk about the challenges they face to get government funding for their ideas.
Bitcoin rises 17% to above $18,000 on its futures debut, a move seen as legitimising the currency.