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General Election 2019: Has your local Facebook group been hijacked by politics?

Up and down the UK, moderators are grappling with an upsurge in political debate.

Woman shocked over details on 'revenge porn' site

Becky's discovery led thousands of other women to find their information had been posted.

'How smart home tech helps me live independently'

Specially designed tech is allowing Adam, who has Down's syndrome, to live without in-home carers.

Elon Musk wins defamation case over 'pedo guy' tweet about caver

Tesla's founder did not defame a UK caver who helped in the Thai cave rescue, a US jury finds.

Sweden's Ericsson to pay over $1bn to settle US corruption probe

The telecoms giant has agreed to pay to resolve bribery allegations, the US justice department says.

NHS e-health systems 'risk patient safety'

The use 21 separate electronic record systems in NHS hospitals across England 'could lead to errors'.

General election 2019: Labour pledges to electrify England's bus fleet

It wants to electrify England's buses by 2030, but the Tories say Labour would "scrap vital new roads".

General election 2019: Reddit says UK-US trade talks document leak 'linked to Russia'

Jeremy Corbyn claimed the papers proved "the NHS is for sale" when he highlighted them at a press conference.

Heavy fine for Chinese firm over unlicensed game

The company, which has not been named by authorities, has been fined 700,000 yuan (£75,800).

Kashmir users kicked off WhatsApp

A four-month internet blackout in the region means accounts are classed as inactive and shut down.

Uber had 6,000 US sexual assault reports in two years

The figures come as the ride-hailing company is under intense pressure globally over safety issues.

Rory Cellan-Jones: Reporting the news with Parkinson's

The BBC's technology correspondent shares how he manages Parkinson's in the workplace.

Electric eel lights up Christmas tree and other news

BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.

Lotus Evija: The £2.2m electric hypercar

The Lotus Evija goes into production next year and Click gets a look at what drivers can expect.

Facebook's Zuckerberg rare interview inside home

The Facebook CEO, alongside his wife Priscilla, also stressed the company should not be broken up.

Jet suit man flies off Royal Navy ship and other news

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

Blocked TikToker: I don't believe app's explanation for device ban

The maker of a video accusing China of abuse of the Uighurs rejects TikTok's explanation for blocking her.

Should children watch toy unboxing videos?

Millions of kids are watching toy unboxing videos in the run-up to Christmas. Should parents be concerned?

'I slept in a Silicon Valley cupboard for months'

Entrepreneur Mathias Mikkelsen was so desperate to get into a 'hacker house' he slept in a closet.

Bug busters: The tech behind new vaccines

A revolution in the way vaccines are developed is raising hopes of faster protection from deadly infections.

How China-US rivalry is dividing the internet

Will the rivalry between China and the US accelerate the division of the internet into two halves?

Amazon: What does 'peak season' mean for employees?

The technology company is resisting calls for its staff to join unions, but do they need to?

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Rory Cellan-Jones: Reporting the news with Parkinson's

The BBC's technology correspondent shares how he manages Parkinson's in the workplace.

Electric eel lights up Christmas tree and other news

BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.

Lotus Evija: The £2.2m electric hypercar

The Lotus Evija goes into production next year and Click gets a look at what drivers can expect.

Facebook's Zuckerberg rare interview inside home

The Facebook CEO, alongside his wife Priscilla, also stressed the company should not be broken up.

Jet suit man flies off Royal Navy ship and other news

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

Blocked TikToker: I don't believe app's explanation for device ban

The maker of a video accusing China of abuse of the Uighurs rejects TikTok's explanation for blocking her.

Teaching children to build satellites in school

South African start-up XinaBox is teaching children to build satellites using a modular chip.

General election 2019: Why we all see politics differently on social media

Why our digital life means political campaigners target us in ways we might not realise.

How a cake company pioneered the office computer

How the Lyons catering company pioneered LEO, the first electronic office system

The YouTuber with 26 billion views

Brazil's Konrad Dantas, better know as Kondzilla, has the world's second most watched music video channel.

Motorola Razr: Hands-on with the folding phone

BBC Click's Chris Fox tries the new folding Motorola Razr to see if it lives up to expectations.

CEO Secrets: 'My success is all down to maths'

Timothy Armoo of Fanbytes explains how his success is grounded in a love of maths.

5G: Could it reduce our ability to forecast hurricanes?

Some meteorologists are worried that frequencies used by 5G could interfere with weather data.

Tesla Cybertruck: Elon Musk's new vehicle smashed during demo

Elon Musk had an embarrassing moment as he showed off the new Tesla 'Cybertruck'.

Solar energy breakthrough and other news

BBC Click's Kitty Knowles looks at some of the week's best technology stories.

The people with voices that tech needs to recognise

Project Understood aims to improve voice recognition software for users with Down's syndrome.

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