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YouTube to redirect searches for IS videos
People looking for extremist Islamist propaganda will be shown clips denouncing terrorism instead.
C-Turtle: The landmine-detecting robot 'turtle'
The disposable robot is made from cardboard and powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero computer.
UK to bring in drone registration
Drone owners will also be required to pass a safety awareness test.
AI demo picks out recipes from food photos
Researchers in the US develop an algorithm that appears to have a penchant for desserts
MoneySuperMarket fined for sending seven million unwanted emails
The price comparison website sent seven million emails to people who had opted out of receiving messages.
Kodi magazine 'directs readers to pirate content'
The guide is being investigated by the Federation Against Copyright Theft.
AlphaBay and Hansa dark web markets shut down
The AlphaBay and Hansa marketplaces were known for trade in drugs, weapons and malware.
Newcastle University students targeted by cyber-scam
Fraudulent site takes personal details and course payments for fake university.
Robot 'drowns' in fountain mishap
The wheeled security robot in Washington DC tumbled into a fountain at an office building.
Bitcoin swings as civil war looms
The Bitcoin community must agree how to tackle a slowdown in transaction times to avoid a schism.
Google Maps adds the International Space Station
The International Space Station becomes the first "off planet" addition to the interactive tool.
OnePlus admits emergency 911 call glitch
Its flagship OnePlus 5 phone would restart if people tried to call the emergency services.
Dark net guns shipped in old printers
A study into the sale of firearms on the dark net finds "cause for concern" for police and government.
Meet Rob Spence, the film-maker with the camera eye
Film-maker Rob Spence used his bionic eye to record a mini documentary about cyborgs.
Google to add 'news feed' to website and app
A Facebook-style feed of news stories and videos will be rolled out across Google's services.
Laptop ban: US lifts restrictions on Saudi Arabian flights
Saudi Arabian Airlines says US authorities have lifted restrictions on laptops in cabins at two airports.
Instagram tops cyber-bullying study
Seven per cent of young social media users said they had been bullied on the photo-themed app.
Google Glass smart eyewear returns
A revamped version of the technology company's augmented-reality eyewear is to be sold by software partners.
Virgin complaint bans Sky broadband ad
The advert claimed Sky broadband was "super reliable", which the Advertising Standards Authority disputed.
Is WhatsApp being censored in China?
The messaging service has faced service disruptions, but it censorship, or is there another explanation?
Petya cyber-attack still disrupting firms weeks later
Some businesses hit by the Petya cyber-attack have not yet returned to normal operations.
Ori's robotic furniture zooms across apartment
A robotics start-up creates voice-controlled furniture that moves to maximise space in small flats.
Newcastle City Council admits adoption data leak
The leaked information includes names of current and former adoptees, parents and social workers
Hacks 'probably compromised' UK industry
The analysis was made by GCHQ, according to a document seen by technology website Motherboard.
Openreach mulls full fibre rollout for 10 million in UK
Openreach, newly split from BT, is considering faster fibre services but wants help from industry.
Porn ID checks set to start in April 2018
The government sets a nine-month countdown to porn ID checks, but is told this seems "unrealistic".
Japan's zero-gravity space drone sends first pictures from ISS
Life on the International Space Station has been photographed by an impossibly cute drone from Japan.
Netflix now has 104 million subscribers worldwide
Shares in the video streaming firm surge in after-hours trading on better-than-expected results.
Drone 'threat' to planes over Israel
A man is arrested on suspicion of flying a consumer drone close to planes preparing to land in Tel Aviv.
HTC backlash over pop-up ads on keyboard
The phone maker says the pop-ups have been seen because of an "error" to the annoyance of users.
Facebook refuses Pakistan's ID demands
The government wanted changes to help it track the creators of blasphemous posts.
Ashley Madison offers $11m settlement
The company behind the hacked infidelity website is hoping to settle a number of class actions.
Telegram to block terror channels after Indonesian ban
Telegram promises to move quicker on radical content after Indonesia briefly shuts it down.
Emojis honoured in world celebration
New York's Empire State Building will be lit up in yellow for World Emoji Day.
Inside the cyber-attack on UK parliament
The inside story of the day hackers attacked parliament - and how the security team fought back.
Pleasurewood Hills rollercoaster rescue
A man stuck on the Wipeout ride had to be rescued by firefighters.
Australian PM seeks access to encrypted messages
The country's leader says the internet cannot be a "dark place" for criminals to communicate.
DeepMind AI is learning to walk and other tech news
BBC Click’s Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
Luxury phone-maker Vertu collapses
The British-based company will be liquidated, resulting in the loss of nearly 200 jobs.
Judge rules pacemaker data admissible in court
A man charged with aggravated arson is set to have his pacemaker data used in evidence against him.
Bupa data breach affects 500,000 insurance customers
An employee copied and removed customer information on international insurance plans, Bupa says.
DraftKings and FanDuel abandon fantasy sports merger
US government officials said in June the deal raised concerns about competition and they would try to block it.
EU clamps down on social media job snoops
Employers should have legal grounds to conduct social media searches on job applicants, says EU group.
3D-printed drone's space station pictures and other news
BBC Click’s Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
Robot rower built for Cambridge University project
Research students from Peterhouse College in Cambridge build a 'row-bot' to mimic the actions of a college rower.
WhatsApp video messages 'blocked' in China
Chinese authorities also appear to have stopped users sending photos and voice messages.
Would using an eye scanner make mobile banking secure?
TSB customers will be able to try out iris scanning technology to access their bank account.
Hands-on with the sci-fi shooter Destiny 2 Beta
A pre-release online beta where fans can experience how the new game plays has been released.
Fake Obama created using AI tool to make phoney speeches
The tool that can edit videos of people speaking and make them say something they have not.
Bermuda shipwreck digitally recreated by divers
The seas around Bermuda have more shipwrecks per mile than any other place on Earth.
'Cyber-insurance cost to double'
Inga Beale says the threat of cyber-attacks is 'really alive for businesses'
Living dragonfly drones take flight
Researchers hope to use the insect to get to areas larger drones cannot reach.
The house being built by robots and 3D printers
A three-storey house is being designed, planned and built predominately by robots and 3D printers.
Driving a car made from biodegradable materials
The four-seater car is made from sugar beet, coated with flax and mixed with bio-plastic.
3D-printed structures change shape when heated
The 3D-printed structures that could be used for space missions or heart surgery.
Who is the laziest?
How live streaming of player data is giving sports fans unprecedented levels of analysis.
Chatbot docs
Could health apps and AI-powered chatbots replace your traditional local doctor?
Overwatch's ambition
Activision Blizzard reveals who has spent about $20m to buy the first Overwatch League teams.
Liar! Liar!
False news stories have plagued the internet, but are apps and algorithms the best way to spot them?
Far from crude
How oil firms are using ever more ingenious ways to find and extract crude oil.
Net neutrality battle
Some internet giants and activists will participate in a day of action to oppose changes to net neutrality rules.
Countdown to D-Day
The EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) start next year, but many firms are ill prepared.
Intelligent energy
Future Energy: How artificial intelligence can be used to make power stations run more efficiently.
F1 tech for babies
F1 tech has influenced sectors from aeronautics to public transport - now healthcare is benefiting.
Courting new fans
Wimbledon looks to technology to reach new tennis fans.
‘Smart’ vending machine could sell alcohol and ammunition
The machine uses biometric security to verify users have the right to buy its products.
Can app for blind people guess Rory’s mood?
BBC Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones tries out Microsoft's new 'Seeing AI' app for the visually impaired.
Skype backlash: 'Worst update ever'
A new version of Skype is receiving very poor reviews on app stores.
Sight-loss simulator helps design buildings
The virtual reality software aims to help architects consider people with sight loss.