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'Lazy hackers' turn to automated attack tools

From Tue, the 17th of April; Sophisticated bots are doing the hard work of breaking down digital defences, suggests study.

Are AI fairytales the future?

From Wed, the 18th of April; The first AI fairytale has been written by an algorithm, a company claims - a taste of future story-telling?

Artificial intelligence must be 'for common good'

From Mon, the 16th of April; Artificial intelligence must never be given powers to hurt or deceive people. a parliamentary report says.

Aubrey de Grey: Treating ageing as a curable disease

From Mon, the 19th of March; The scientist aims to develop therapies to repair damage at the molecular and cellular level.

Bitcoin peaks and falls become race tracks

From Wed, the 18th of April; The rapidly changing value of crypto-currency has been turned into a mobile game.

Brexit: 'Rife misuse' of data by Leave.EU, MPs told

From Tue, the 17th of April; Ex-Cambridge Analytica employee tells MPs that UKIP data was received as part of work for Leave.EU.

Bug hunters

From Fri, the 13th of April; Big rewards are available for hackers who can spot when websites have got their coding wrong.

China's ZTE 'poses risk to UK security'

From Mon, the 16th of April; Cyber-defence watchdog tells the UK telecoms sector not to use the Chinese firm's equipment.

Coffee trends

From Fri, the 13th of April; Coffee in five charts: How coffee drinking varies around the world.

Facebook expels alt-right figurehead

From Mon, the 16th of April; White nationalist Richard Spencer's three Facebook pages are blocked on a permanent basis.

Facebook facial recognition faces class-action suit

From Tue, the 17th of April; Damages could amount to "billions of dollars", the judge says.

Facebook removes 'gay sex for rent' posts

From Fri, the 20th of April; An investigation found groups offering free accommodation for young men in exchange for sex.

Facebook seeks facial recognition consent in EU and Canada

From Wed, the 18th of April; Amid a privacy crisis, Facebook asks permission to expand use of facial recognition technology.

Facebook to exclude billions from European privacy laws

From Thu, the 19th of April; A total of 1.5 billion international Facebook users will not be protected under GDPR.

First timer

From Fri, the 13th of April; The big winner at the Bafta Games Awards was Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, including Best Performer - won by a video editor.

German supreme court rejects ad-block challenge

From Fri, the 20th of April; Publishing giant Axel Springer has lost a long-running case seeking to limit the use of Adblock Plus.

God of War: Giving gaming new emotions

From Fri, the 20th of April; The team behind God of War tell Newsbeat the gaming industry is maturing to tackle more complex emotions than ever before.

Google's 3D scans aim to preserve historical sites

From Wed, the 18th of April; High resolution 3D scans of more than 25 historical sites from around the world are being released.

Google's SMS replacement ready to launch

From Fri, the 20th of April; Android phones are beginning to receive Google's feature-rich new service called Chat.

Hellblade: Our big risk paid off with five Bafta wins

From Thu, the 12th of April; Making a video game about mental health was worth the risk, says its creator.

Iceland's Bitcoin heist suspect 'flees on PM's plane'

From Wed, the 18th of April; The man fled from Iceland to Sweden on a passenger plane reportedly also carrying the prime minister.

Ikea app TaskRabbit reveals security breach

From Tue, the 17th of April; TaskRabbit says it is working with law enforcement, and its website is offline.

Ikea's TaskRabbit app back online after data breach

From Thu, the 19th of April; The odd jobs marketplace has been investigating a "cyber-security incident".

Life of a meme

From Tue, the 17th of April; What do pictures of two guys pointing at each other and yelling tell us about how a meme begins and ends?

Meet the robots that can pick and plant better than we can

From Fri, the 20th of April; Farmers are turning to robots to plant seedlings and pick produce because of human worker shortages.

Minister ridiculed for saying ancient India invented internet

From Wed, the 18th of April; Biplap Deb cited the ancient Hindu epic Mahabharata but his statement has attracted ridicule.

NanoMap: How uncertainty helps this drone fly

From Fri, the 16th of March; MIT CSAIL's NanoMap system enables drones to avoid obstacles while flying at 20 mph (32km/h)

Nasa's Tess: Planet-hunting satellite lifts off

From Thu, the 19th of April; Nasa's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (Tess) searches for new planets.

Netflix overseas sales set to overtake US

From Tue, the 17th of April; The streaming service now has 125 million subscribers, after adding 7.4 million more in the first quarter.

NHS ransomware attack response criticised

From Tue, the 17th of April; MPs say it is "alarming" plans to improve cyber-security after the Wannacry attack have not been agreed.

NHS website defaced by hackers

From Wed, the 18th of April; The digital vandalism was spotted by a security researcher and has since been fixed.

Ninjas and nanobots

From Tue, the 17th of April; Is the fusion of biology and technology speeding us towards a synthetic future?

Nintendo celebrates Bafta hat trick

From Thu, the 12th of April; Nintendo's Shinya Takahashi says he is "very happy" with the company's success at the Baftas.

Robo farmers

From Fri, the 20th of April; Farmers are working on robotic solutions due to a shortage of human workers to pick difficult crops.

Robot visits a pub for Westworld promotion and other news

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

Russia accused of global net hack attacks

From Mon, the 16th of April; Russia is seeking to hijack essential internet hardware, US and UK intelligence agencies allege.

Russia's Telegram block hits web users

From Tue, the 17th of April; Russia blocks millions of IP addresses in move to shut down Telegram messaging platform.

School warns over Roblox and Fortnite online games

From Wed, the 18th of April; Roblox and Fortnite enable players to talk to interact with each other via online chat.

Singapore uncovers 'high-tech' exam cheating plot

From Tue, the 17th of April; The students snuck in mobile phones and wore skin-coloured earphones during their exams.

Steep rise in child abuse images online, charity reports

From Wed, the 18th of April; The Internet Watch Foundation found more than 78,000 website addresses with child abuse images in 2017.

T-Mobile fined over false ringtones

From Tue, the 17th of April; The firm paid $40m (£27m) over claims it employed false ringtones rather than fixing call problems.

TalkTalk and Vodafone top complaints chart again

From Thu, the 19th of April; TalkTalk, Vodafone and BT drew the most complaints for their services, the regulator says.

The helmet which gives firefighters 'X-ray vision'

From Thu, the 19th of April; The C-Thru lens uses augmented reality to improve firefighters’ sight in poor visibility.

Tim Schafer: My games suffered 'bit rot'

From Thu, the 12th of April; The award-winning games designer says many of his classics became unplayable on modern machines.

Visual effects behind Thor: Ragnarok

From Tue, the 13th of March; Click talks to Alexis Wajsbrot, the visual effects supervisor for Thor: Ragnarok.

Wetherspoon pub chain shuts its social media accounts

From Mon, the 16th of April; Chairman Tim Martin condemns trolling and says limiting social media use would be better for society.

What does the future hold for humanoid robots?

From Wed, the 21st of March; Machines that can fully mimic natural body movements are still a long way off, says Will Jackson.

What Remains of Edith Finch wins Bafta's top games award

From Thu, the 12th of April; What Remains of Edith Finch scores an upset by beating Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice at the Baftas.

Why India's Paytm isn't afraid of WhatsApp

From Thu, the 19th of April; India's youngest billionaire, Vijay Shekhar Sharma, says Indian firms are ready to challenge the West.

Wish.com: Penis advert appeared in video game apps

From Wed, the 18th of April; US retailer Wish.com is admonished by UK ad watchdog for the third time since November.