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'World's worst drawer' stumps Google AutoDraw

From Wed, the 12th of April; An artificial intelligence-powered illustration aid tries to recognise Rory Cellan-Jones' scribbles.

Are flying cars the future?

From Tue, the 25th of April; A first glimpse of the flying car backed by Google co-founder

Brain Tumour Charity cautious about Italy mobile phone ruling

From Fri, the 21st of April; Charity urges caution after a ruling in Italy about mobile phone use and brain tumour growth.

Can plastic roads help save the planet?

From Tue, the 25th of April; A start-up company is persuading local councils in the UK to turn local plastic waste into roads.

Computer hacker Adam Mudd attacked gaming websites

From Fri, the 21st of April; Cyber attacks on universities and gaming websites, including Minecraft, cost them millions, a court hears.

Computer pioneer Harry Huskey dies aged 101

From Fri, the 21st of April; The veteran hardware maker worked on the Eniac machine and helped Alan Turing build a computer.

Could Star Trek medical device become a reality?

From Mon, the 10th of April; Two teams are competing to develop a hand-held device to diagnose illness.

Driverless cars trial set for UK motorways in 2019

From Mon, the 24th of April; The project will include a journey between London and Oxford in 2019.

Eight ways intelligent machines are already in your life

From Tue, the 25th of April; Many people are unsure about what machine learning is, but the chances are they are using it every day.

FaceApp sorry for 'racist' filter that lightens skin to make users 'hot'

From Tue, the 25th of April; The makers of a face-morphing app have apologised after users said the "hot" filter lightened their skin.

Facebook baby killing: Grief and questions after shocking murder

From Wed, the 26th of April; It comes after a Thai man broadcast the murder of his 11-month daughter on Facebook Live.

Facing the future

From Mon, the 17th of April; They may threaten the human workforce, but they are crucial to the modern economy.

Fitbit contradicts husband's story of wife's murder - police

From Tue, the 25th of April; The Connecticut man said his wife was killed by an intruder with a voice like actor Vin Diesel's.

Fitbit investigates report of 'exploding' tracker

From Wed, the 26th of April; A woman in Wisconsin said she suffered second-degree burns when her fitness tracker exploded.

Free hacking tools 'help young into cyber-crime'

From Fri, the 21st of April; Easy to use hacking tools make it easy for teenagers to get started in cyber-crime, finds a report.

Game guide malware 'targeted more than 500,000 users'

From Wed, the 26th of April; App-based guides for games like Fifa targeted more than 500,000 users with malware, a cyber-security company says.

GE17: No electronic voter registration for Northern Ireland

From Mon, the 24th of April; Legislation to bring in the registration was passed in December but systems not in place for 8 June.

Geeks vs government

From Mon, the 24th of April; The technology which underpins the internet's security has always been disputed.

Google driverless cars free to public in Phoenix

From Tue, the 25th of April; Hundreds of people are being invited to test out Google's robot car service in Phoenix for free.

Google Earth adds Attenborough world tours

From Tue, the 18th of April; The BBC's Sir David Attenborough will show people "natural treasures" within the new Google Earth.

Google search changes tackle fake news and hate speech

From Tue, the 25th of April; More people will be involved in checking what Google returns for search terms

Guardians of the home

From Tue, the 18th of April; Home security technology linked to smartphones is helping to keep people and property safe.

Hear all about it

From Mon, the 17th of April; S-Town and Serial might be hits, but will listening to podcasts ever be more than a niche pursuit?

How free wi-fi is transforming India's rail stations

From Wed, the 29th of March; Free high-speed wi-fi is now being offered at 115 stations on India's railway network.

Job opportunities

From Thu, the 27th of April; Uber launched in Egypt two years ago, and is now one of the company's fastest growing markets.

Last male northern white rhino joins Tinder to raise money

From Tue, the 25th of April; This is part of fundraising efforts by conservationists to save the near extinct species.

Latest technology tested out in Arctic Circle trek

From Mon, the 24th of April; BBC Click followed four men as they trekked in the Arctic Circle for charity trialling some of the latest tech.

Lunch-hour hacks

From Tue, the 25th of April; Rushed off your feet? Not enough hours in the day? Here are some apps to help you take control.

Marissa Mayer to make $184m from Yahoo's sale to Verizon

From Tue, the 25th of April; Yahoo's chief executive will be paid $184m from the sale of the company to Verizon.

Meet Tarzan - the robot designed to monitor crops

From Mon, the 17th of April; How a robot designed to swing between cables could help farmers monitor crops.

MP asks Facebook to tackle 'fake news' as election approaches

From Wed, the 26th of April; The social network must address fake news as the UK's general election approaches, Damian Collins told the Guardian.

Naked selfie-detecting app Gallery Guardian tested

From Wed, the 26th of April; Gallery Guardian is designed to protect children from explicit images, but does not spot every snap.

Parents' mobile use harms family life, say secondary pupils

From Sun, the 23rd of April; More than a third of pupils have felt the need to ask adults to put down their phones, suggests a poll.

Premature lambs kept alive in 'plastic bag' womb

From Tue, the 25th of April; Scientists were able to keep premature lambs alive for a month using an artificial "plastic bag" womb.

Professional Overwatch player quits after racist rant

From Tue, the 25th of April; Matt "Dellor" Vaughn is sacked by Toronto eSports after footage of a racist rant was posted on YouTube.

Russia's secret

From Fri, the 21st of April; Stem subjects - science, technology, engineering, maths - have an image problem. But not in Russia.

Russian hackers 'target' presidential candidate Macron

From Tue, the 25th of April; High-tech techniques were used to trick staff into handing over login names, say experts

Russian MP Seleznev incensed after son jailed in US

From Fri, the 21st of April; Valery Seleznev said the sentence was "passed by man-eaters" and that his son was "abducted".

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+: First look

From Wed, the 29th of March; Samsung's new phones feature a new virtual assistant, Bixby, and longer screens than past devices.

Sennheiser's HE-1 - £54,000 headphones - put to the test

From Wed, the 5th of April; BBC Click's Spencer Kelly tests headphones which have been 10 years in the making.

TalkTalk hack attack: Friends admit cyber crime charges

From Wed, the 26th of April; Matthew Hanley, 22, and Connor Allsopp, 20, accessed customer's information during the cyber attack.

Teams prepare for NanoCar race and other news

From Fri, the 31st of March; BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.

Ted 2017: Frugal scientist offers malaria tools

From Tue, the 25th of April; A toy-inspired device for malaria detection that costs 20 cents is shown off at the Ted conference

Ted 2017: I won first match with Deep Blue, says Kasparov

From Tue, the 25th of April; Garry Kasparov gives his views of the future relationship between humans and machines, at the Ted conference.

Ted 2017: Scary robots that want to be useful

From Wed, the 26th of April; Boston Dynamics reveals the softer side of military robots, at the Ted conference.

Ted 2017: The robot that wants to go to university

From Wed, the 26th of April; In a Ted conference session called Our Robotic Overlords, experts consider the future of artificial intelligence.

Ted 2017: The woman who wants China to eat insects

From Wed, the 26th of April; An entrepreneur is promoting online farmers' markets and food tech to improve eating habits.

Teenage cyber hacker Adam Mudd jailed for global attacks

From Tue, the 25th of April; Adam Mudd hacked gaming sites including Xbox Live and Runescape to earn money, a court hears.

The autonomous robotic sunshade and other news

From Fri, the 21st of April; BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.

The drones which help solve air accidents

From Wed, the 26th of April; The BBC's Richard Westcott looks at accident investigators' latest weapon in the battle to find out why ships and planes crash.

The ex-train station turned world's largest tech incubator

From Tue, the 25th of April; A former railway station in Paris is being turned into the largest incubator for tech start-ups.

The good stuff

From Tue, the 11th of April; Philanthropy tech is on the rise, from gaming with a conscience to video ads earning cash for charities.

Three apologises after network problems

From Sun, the 23rd of April; The mobile phone company says some customers were unable to send texts or make calls on Saturday.

Twitter users up but 'headwinds' forecast

From Wed, the 26th of April; More people than ever are regular users of the message-in-brief platform, but it is still losing money.

Uber 'tracked iPhones to stop fraud'

From Mon, the 24th of April; Report claims Apple boss Tim Cook personally intervened to stop ride sharing firm.

Uber plans to test on-demand flying cars network by 2020

From Wed, the 26th of April; The firm plans to work with aviation companies to trial the technology in Dubai and Dallas.

UK protests Twitter's block on user data

From Wed, the 26th of April; Previously, the firm had allowed the government access to the data when investigating potential terrorist plots.

US Navy cracks down on sharing of intimate photographs

From Fri, the 21st of April; The order comes after an investigation into the sharing of images of female marines on Facebook.

US regulator wants to reverse net neutrality

From Wed, the 26th of April; The plan to roll back Obama-era rules may set off a fierce fight over how to regulate internet traffic in the US.

V&A in VR

From Mon, the 17th of April; Cutting edge construction and design tools help transform Dundee's waterfront

Warning over fake celebrity accounts

From Mon, the 24th of April; Law enforcement agencies around the world are concerned about an increase in fake celebrity social media accounts.

Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales creates news service Wikitribune

From Tue, the 25th of April; Wikitribune will be written by professional journalists and edited by volunteers.

YouTube restores 'wrongly blocked' LGBT videos

From Mon, the 24th of April; Video-makers had complained that their content was being hidden by YouTube's "restricted mode".