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Bianca Devins murder images flood Instagram

Instagram is struggling to remove graphic images of the body of a 17-year-old girl.

Juventus to be called Piemonte Calcio in Fifa after PES deal

Fifa 20 will be the first game in 25 years not to feature the licence for Serie A champions Juventus.

Daily Stormer founder 'should pay $14m' in damages, judge says

A magistrate recommends Andrew Anglin recompense a Jewish woman over his harassment campaign.

Trump: Google should be probed over China treason claim

President Trump tweets he will look into allegations made by the tech billionaire Peter Thiel.

Facebook scam-busting service goes live

New tools to fight online scams are launched after a legal action by TV personality Martin Lewis.

AI solves Rubik's Cube in one second

An AI system teaches itself to solve the Rubik's Cube more quickly than any human.

Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency attacked at Senate hearing

The tech giant's Libra digital currency is attacked by senators who say the company is not trusted.

Storm Area 51: US Air Force warns over Facebook event

More than a million people RSVP to an event calling for people to break into the Nevada base.

Virgin Media probes why it blocked giant Gif site Imgur

The broadband provider had warned viewing some of Imgur's content could be a criminal offence.

Porn block: Margot James 'extremely sorry' for delay

"I know it sounds incompetent," Margot James says of age rules that should have started on Monday.

Monsters and power-ups in new go-kart experience

Drivers can score points by shooting virtual monsters while racing each other.

Politics of automation: Factory workers and robots

Humans and robots working together in a factory may excite some tech geeks, but worry others who fear job losses.

Esports: Trying to make millions through video gaming

Top stars of esports, or competitive video gaming, can earn millions of dollars a year without breaking a sweat.

Rory Cellan-Jones: 'My proton beam therapy diary'

Rory Cellan-Jones kept a video diary of the proton beam therapy he received for his eye tumour.

The jumping space robot SpaceBok and other news

BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the week's best technology news stories.

'My son spent £3,160 in one game'

As politicians call for more regulation, you share your stories about children spending money within games.

Will ships without sailors be the future of trade?

May saw the world's first unmanned commercial shipping operation.

Are 5G masts dangerous or is it just fearmongering?

Exposure from mobile networks including 5G fall well below limits set by international regulators.

Norfolk village celebrates first transatlantic flight, 100 years on

The village of Pulham made history when it welcomed an airship's heroic crew.

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Monsters and power-ups in new go-kart experience

Drivers can score points by shooting virtual monsters while racing each other.

Politics of automation: Factory workers and robots

Humans and robots working together in a factory may excite some tech geeks, but worry others who fear job losses.

Esports: Trying to make millions through video gaming

Top stars of esports, or competitive video gaming, can earn millions of dollars a year without breaking a sweat.

Reef rescue: Could this robot help save corals?

The submersible robot delivers baby corals to damaged areas allowing reefs to regenerate.

Rory Cellan-Jones: 'My proton beam therapy diary'

Rory Cellan-Jones kept a video diary of the proton beam therapy he received for his eye tumour.

The jumping space robot SpaceBok and other news

BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the week's best technology news stories.

Do politicians understand social media platforms?

The rise in social media platforms means it can be a lot easier to get in touch with some MPs.

Artificial lionfish powered by ‘robotic blood’

The circulatory system fitted to the synthetic fish allows it to be powered for about 40 hours.

'Climategate': 10 years on, what's changed?

Hackers stole 6,000 emails and other documents from a climate research centre almost 10 years ago.

Google Doodle: Meet the artist with an audience of billions

A potential audience of 5.6bn people view the work of Matthew Cruickshank and his team.

GCHQ 100th anniversary: Secrets, spies and special dust

GCHQ is 100 years old - here are some of their previously unseen gadgets, including "secret dust".

Are robots getting better at football?

Robocup 2019, the world cup for autonomous robots, has been taking place in Sydney.

Poke and inflate famous paintings and other tech news

BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the week's best technology stories.

'I'm not doing it for the likes'

What is it like to be a social media influencer in Africa? Afua Rida shows us the ropes.

My date with a robot

Would you let a robot take you on a date, read you the news, or look after your children?

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