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Elon Musk sued for libel by British Thai cave rescuer
The billionaire had accused cave diver Vernon Unsworth of being a "child rapist", without evidence.
Almost half of UK internet users 'harmed' online
The range of harms include cyber-scams as well as trolling, bullying and stalking, finds an Ofcom study.
Soylent meal replacement gets UK launch
The Silicon Valley drink product has changed its formula for the British market.
Lyndsey Scott says models can also be coders
Former Victoria's Secret model Lyndsey Scott points out that programmers come in all shapes and sizes.
Google bans birds on bikes from algorithm contest
The search giant launches a contest for images that can defeat its image-recognition systems.
Amazon investigates staff bribery claims
The practice is particularly "pronounced in China", according to the Wall Street Journal.
Google admits changing phone settings remotely
The firm apologises after an "experiment" activates settings remotely on some Android phones
WEF: Robots 'will create more jobs than they displace'
Robots will create more jobs than they replace, although many roles will become redundant, a report says.
Teen quizzed over 'g-force' moped YouTube stunt
Tyler Broome, 11, was spun at high speed on a park roundabout using the wheel of a moped.
YouTube nursery-rhyme channel with billions of views sold
The Little Baby Bum channel has racked up more than 17.5 billion views.
NovaSAR: UK radar satellite launches to track illegal shipping activity
The all-British NovaSAR spacecraft will monitor big stretches of ocean for suspicious shipping activity.
Nintendo announces raft of new games for Switch console
The Japanese firm announces a range of new games for its console - as well as a new retro controller.
North Korea claims NHS and Sony hack suspect 'doesn't exist'
The man alleged to have hacked the UK's health service and Sony Pictures is not real, says Pyongyang.
A new reality? Putting Magic Leap One to the test
Magic Leap's new mixed reality headset is available to developers in the US - but how does the device compare to what's already available?
Ifa 2018: Glowing wall tiles respond to strokes
Tiles that change colour and respond to touch are on show at the Ifa tech show in Berlin.
Falling off Segway's self-balancing skates
BBC Chris Foxx takes Segway's new self-balancing e-skates out for a test run.
Cuddle buddy robot wants to spoon
A machine that resembles a breathing pillow aims to provide a safer alternative to sedatives.
Black chat shows prosper online
Mainstream media may struggle with diversity but black creators are making their own entertainment.
Cyber attack led to Bristol Airport blank screens
Bristol Airport says a "ransomware"-style attack prompted it to take screens offline for two days.
Tackling food waste in Nigeria with an app
Nigerian tech entrepreneur Oscar Ekponimo has invented an app which will help cut down on food waste.
The rise of the payment app: 'I hardly use cash any more'
Person-to-person payment apps are rising fast in popularity around the world, but are they safe?
Beyond pizza
How a city best known for pizza, football and crime is embracing tech to revive its fortunes.
Motoring ahead
As the UK looks at developing more trade deals outside the EU after Brexit, its increasing ties with Israel could provide the model.
5G race
China, the US and the UK are all vying to dominate the market for next-generation mobile networks.
Facebook and Myanmar
A perfect storm of factors led the social media giant to be used to spread hate against Muslims.
Print me well
Specialised printers are helping to create organic replacement body parts more quickly and safely.
Apple v Amazon
Apple and Amazon have seen their market value top $1tn, but will their growth continue to accelerate?
Fighting fakes
As disinformation tools get smarter, some are finding ways to spot the fakes before they get shared.
Dating blues
Dating apps are hugely popular around the world, but some think they're making many of us unhappy.
Quantum race
Quantum computers promise to be blisteringly fast, helping us solve many of the world's problems.
How artificial intelligence can edit your pictures
Researchers at MIT have created an artificial intelligence that makes editing your pictures simpler.
The security alarm 'smoking out' burglars
ZeroVision emits smoke as part of a smart home security system.
Robot boat sails across the Atlantic and other tech news
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
The waterslide with virtual reality
Germany's Therme Erding water park is offering virtual reality headsets to riders of its waterslides.
Video games created using artificial intelligence
Researchers in the US are using artificial intelligence to develop new video games.
Salford scientists show how cars could power your home
The electric cars with stored power that could be transferred to a dwelling.
London Fashion Week 2018: Robots take over the runway
A catwalk show at London Fashion Week has divided opinions about the future of fashion.
Bristol tech start-up firm pioneers growing salad indoors
A biotechnology firm is developing ways of growing salad crops without soil, rain or sunshine.
The robot child patient for doctors and other news
BBC Click's Omar Mehtab looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
Nottingham make-up artist's surreal work is Instagram hit
Romanie Jade-Tulloch's mind-bending artworks can take five hours to create.
Hands on with Apple's new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max
Do the new iPhones represent much of an upgrade over last year's flagship handset?
Hands on with the new Apple Watch
Apple has updated its smartwatch, promising more sophisticated heart-monitoring capabilities.