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'Netflix effect' poses challenge to British TV

From Wed, the 18th of July; Video streaming services now have more subscribers than traditional pay TV services in the UK.

3D-printed gun blueprints given go-ahead by US government

From Wed, the 18th of July; After a four-year battle with the US government, Defense Distributed can publish blueprints for guns.

Abuse inquiry fined £200,000 for email data breach

From Wed, the 18th of July; A mass email using the "to" field instead of the "bcc" field identified possible abuse victims.

Active defence

From Fri, the 13th of July; How firms are using cutting-edge techniques to stop cyber criminals breaching their networks.

AI will create as many jobs as it displaces - report

From Tue, the 17th of July; But a report warns there will be "winners and losers" with many roles set to change.

Aliens killed by spelling mistake in 2013 Colonial Marines game

From Mon, the 16th of July; A typo in the code of a poorly reviewed game from 2013 is being blamed for one of its biggest problems.

Amazon Alexa: is it friends with your kids?

From Mon, the 16th of July; Debate is raging over whether smart speakers are suitable for children.

Amazon faces web issues around the world on Prime Day

From Mon, the 16th of July; The e-commerce giant is experiencing outages in the US and elsewhere as its summer sale gets underway.

Amazon Prime Day deals 'not what they seem'

From Mon, the 16th of July; Shoppers are warned to check prices and be wary of high-pressure sales techniques.

Amazon's Jeff Bezos beats Bill Gates in new rich list

From Tue, the 17th of July; The Amazon founder is now richer than Bill Gates has ever been.

Apple iCloud: State firm hosts user data in China

From Wed, the 18th of July; Privacy advocates have warned that storing iCloud data on Chinese servers will make emails and messages vulnerable.

Apple unveils its latest emojis on World Emoji Day

From Tue, the 17th of July; If you're bald, ginger, grey-haired - or love lobster - these are the ones you've been waiting for.

Boomless speed

From Fri, the 20th of July; Three firms are vying to be the first to reintroduce commercial supersonic flight in the next decade.

British caver 'could sue' Elon Musk over Twitter attack

From Mon, the 16th of July; The entrepreneur called the diver a "pedo" after he ridiculed his effort to help missing Thai boys.

Business booming for giant cargo planes

From Wed, the 18th of July; $7tn of goods travel by air every year. Much of it goes in the hold of normal airliners. But for those big, awkward loads, something rather larger is required.

Driving ambition

From Wed, the 18th of July; A student racing car competition wants to tackle a global shortage of recruits into engineering.

Election interference to be sniffed out by early-alert system

From Tue, the 17th of July; The tool will track "dark" sources to help government and other groups tackle subversion attempts.

Elon Musk apologises to Thai cave diver for Twitter attack

From Wed, the 18th of July; The tech entrepreneur lashed out at a British cave diver in Thailand for mocking his mini-sub.

Elon Musk's farting unicorn fight settled

From Sat, the 21st of July; The billionaire chief executive of Tesla got in a row with a Colorado potter over use of the image.

Emotional surveillance

From Tue, the 17th of July; How facial recognition is being used to identify suspects in crowds and spot suspicious behaviour.

Eyes on the skies

From Thu, the 19th of July; Farnborough Airshow in pictures: The big, the fast, the noisy.

Facebook moderators 'keep child abuse online'

From Tue, the 17th of July; An undercover film suggests moderators are routinely keeping up content that violates Facebook's policies.

Facebook will not remove fake news - but will 'demote' it

From Fri, the 13th of July; It says fake news is not against its "community standards".

Farnborough Airshow: Aston Martin unveils sports car for the skies

From Wed, the 18th of July; James Bond's favourite car company has plans to develop small aircraft with engine giant Rolls-Royce.

Formula 1: The tech driving the races

From Wed, the 18th of July; BBC Click gets exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the technology behind F1.

Fortnite: Schools 'could learn lessons from gaming'

From Thu, the 19th of July; Should teachers in Wales adopt some of the techniques from gaming to make lessons more engaging?

Google committed a very serious offence says Vestager

From Wed, the 18th of July; The EU's competition chef explains why she believes Google deserves a record-sized fine over Android.

Google hit with €4.3bn Android fine from EU

From Wed, the 18th of July; The European Commission has claimed Android unfairly cemented Google's dominance of search.

Google's job hunting service comes to UK

From Tue, the 17th of July; Google's centralised job hunt services signs up most individual sites with one major exception.

Google's Loon brings internet-by-balloon to Kenya

From Thu, the 19th of July; The network of balloons travels by predicting the speed and direction of winds in the stratosphere.

Hackers 'targeting US mid-term elections'

From Fri, the 20th of July; According to Microsoft, at least three Congressional candidates have been targeted by hackers.

Hackers net almost $1m in Russian bank raid

From Fri, the 20th of July; The theft is the latest in a series by the MoneyTaker gang which has targeted Russian banks

Haptic gloves help blind people to 'see' art

From Tue, the 3rd of July; A virtual reality kit is helping visually impaired people "see" art through haptic gloves.

How artificial intelligence is transforming tennis

From Wed, the 11th of July; Click goes to Wimbledon to see how artificial intelligence (AI) is being used in tennis.

India lynchings: WhatsApp sets new rules after mob killings

From Fri, the 20th of July; The changes come as violence in India is blamed on rumours of child abductions, spread via WhatsApp.

Kitty Hawk Flyer: 'A big drone that a human can fit in'

From Thu, the 19th of July; A look inside the Kitty Hawk Flyer, a new flying car from the firm backed by Google's Larry Page.

Kodak Bitcoin mining 'scam' evaporates

From Mon, the 16th of July; The company behind a Kodak-branded crypto-currency scheme confirms the plan has collapsed.

Life before Google

From Thu, the 19th of July; This is how people did their jobs before having all the answers at the tips of their fingers.

Lucy Staniforth on using VR to improve football skills

From Thu, the 5th of July; England footballer Lucy Staniforth tries out a new virtual reality training system for soccer.

Marvel magic

From Thu, the 12th of July; The artists who help create the look of the all-conquering blockbusters reveal their secrets.

Money to help Trump immigrants rejected

From Thu, the 19th of July; A software company criticised for working with US Border Control has a donation to a refugee charity rejected.

Netflix shares plunge as subscriber growth rate stalls

From Mon, the 16th of July; The streaming service's shares dive 14% after it misses its projections for subscriber growth.

PUBG game apologises for 'offensive mask'

From Thu, the 19th of July; The makers of a popular online game apologise after an in-game item upsets some Korean fans.

Roblox blames 'gang rape' on hacker adding code to game

From Wed, the 18th of July; The makers of the online children's game say a hacker uploaded malicious code to one of its servers.

Rolls-Royce develops propulsion system for flying taxi

From Sun, the 15th of July; The engine maker is working on a flying vehicle which it says could take off by the early 2020s.

Rose gold rising

From Wed, the 18th of July; Rose gold clothes, shoes, furniture, cars, weddings - why is this colour still so popular?

Silver Snipers: The gaming team with an average age of 67

From Tue, the 17th of July; A group of five elderly Swedish gamers has stormed an online battlefield.

Singapore personal data hack hits 1.5m, health authority says

From Fri, the 20th of July; The attack by hackers on a health database has affected about a quarter of the population.

Surplus energy rides the 'gravity train'

From Thu, the 28th of June; A company in California has developed a gravity train to store and transport surplus electricity.

The app changing the dating scene for India's disabled people

From Tue, the 17th of July; The BBC's Ayeshea Perera meets the makers of an app seeking to improve opportunities to socialise.

The mega-machines helping China link the world

From Fri, the 20th of July; As China embarks on one of the greatest infrastructure projects in history, it is changing how railways are built.

The robot that cares for your plants and other news

From Fri, the 20th of July; BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.

Uber investigated over gender discrimination

From Mon, the 16th of July; The ride hailing firm is being investigated over a complaint about gender inequality, the BBC understands.

UK criticises security of Huawei products

From Thu, the 19th of July; The report revealed shortcomings in the Chinese firm's engineering processes.

Zuckerberg in Holocaust denial row

From Thu, the 19th of July; The Facebook founder's assertion that Holocaust deniers should be given a voice has outraged many.