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MPs call for halt to police's use of live facial recognition
The House of Commons' Science and Technology raises concerns about accuracy and bias.
'My $19 Uber ride cost 100 times that'
Passengers reportedly paid 100 times more than they should have after Uber's payments system goes awry.
Instagram hides likes count in international test 'to remove pressure'
The number of likes is a measure of how well content is doing on the social media platform.
Can you trust FaceApp with your face?
An app that transforms photos of people's faces into younger and older versions has gone viral.
FaceApp: Chuck Schumer asks for FBI investigation
Senior Democrat Chuck Schumer says the photo app's use of personal data is "deeply troubling".
UK workers who lose jobs to AI will be retrained
The government launches a scheme to retrain workers whose jobs may vanish because of automation.
Elon Musk reveals brain-hacking plans
Start-up NeuraLink wants to start testing its human computer interface on humans.
Google's Project Dragonfly 'terminated' in China
The firm's plan to launch a censored search engine in China had faced much criticism.
Netflix shares sink 10% as subscriber take-up slows
The video streaming pioneer blamed price rises for adding fewer paid subscribers than hoped.
Data of 'nearly all adults' in Bulgaria stolen
A hacker targeted the Balkan country's tax agency and reportedly offered local media access to stolen data.
Google suspends ticket site Viagogo from advertising
The move follows further legal action against the ticket resale website.
Moon hoax? Five reasons why the landings were real
Conspiracy theories surround the Moon landings but BBC Click seeks to dispel some of the myths.
Flat Earth: How did YouTube help spread a conspiracy theory?
Many people who believe the Earth is not round first heard the idea on YouTube. But how important was the video-sharing website in helping the flat Earth movement grow?
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.
The toy-sized satellites with an eye on the world
Small, cheap satellites can help us track pollution, crop yields and congestion like never before.
'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.