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  • Broadband ads 'mislead and must change'
  • The Advertising Standards Authority rules that broadband ads need to be clearer, following evidence the public do not understand current ones.   More
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  • App to store old family photos launched
  • Two British entrepreneurs launch an app to store old photographs that are gathering dust around the country.   More
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  • Will building sites be run by robots?
  • Drones, autonomous bulldozers and 3D printing - how tech is transforming the building site.   More
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  • Has Craig Wright proved he is Satoshi?
  • Craig Wright may have claimed to be the man behind Bitcoin, but does his evidence prove it?   More
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  • Google given access to patient records
  • Google has signed an agreement with the Royal Free London NHS Trust to gain access to data of hundreds of thousands of patients.   More
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  • WoW opens door to private server team
  • After shutting down the Nostalrius private server, the World of Warcraft developer invites the team to talks.   More
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  • Uber faces new lawsuit on driver status
  • Taxi-hailing firm Uber has just settled two cases challenging the status of its drivers as contractors but is now facing another.   More
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  • US Court orders Touch ID iPhone unlock
  • A US court makes a woman unlock her iPhone with her fingerprint.   More
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  • Samsung and Nvidia resolve patent clash
  • Samsung and Nvidia resolve a patent dispute shortly before a ruling that could have blocked deliveries of Nvidia's products to the US.   More
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  • Bitcoin industry 'sceptical' of Satoshi
  • Scepticism has greeted claims by Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright's claim to be the mysterious creator of the digital currency.   More
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  • Brazil blocks WhatsApp in probe row
  • A Brazilian judge blocks messaging service WhatsApp for 72 hours after its owner Facebook failed to hand over information required in a criminal investigation.   More
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  • Soundcloud launches Spotify rival in UK
  • Music streaming service Soundcloud launches a UK subscription service to rival the likes of Spotify and Apple Music.   More
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  • Alton Towers ride leaves 28 stranded
  • Dozens of people are left stranded on a rollercoaster at Alton Towers as heavy rain causes it to stop.   More
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  • Mars rover project slips to 2020
  • As expected, the European and Russian space agencies have delayed the launch of their ExoMars robot rover by two years to 2020.   More
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  • VIDEO: HDR: The next TV revolution
  • High Dynamic Range (HDR) is the latest picture boosting technology for our TV sets   More
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  • VIDEO: Tech helps to teach Malawi's children
  • From apps and tablets to a solar-powered projector helping to teach Malawi's schoolchildren   More
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  • VIDEO: The head giving you 3D VR sound
  • How a new take on an old technique could make virtual reality sound more immersive   More
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  • VIDEO: WhatsApp blocked by judge in Brazil
  • A judge in Brazil has blocked access to messaging service WhatsApp for 72 hours.   More
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  • VIDEO: Bitcoin scientist backs founder's claim
  • Gavin Andresen, chief scientist at the Bitcoin Foundation, speaks about the revelation that an Australian businessman was the founder of Bitcoin.   More
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  • VIDEO: Bitcoin 'creator': 'I want to be left alone'
  • Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright says he is Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto.   More
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  • VIDEO: Disrupting deliveries in Nairobi
  • Can Sendy take on the giants of delivery in Nairobi with the sharing economy?   More
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  • VIDEO: Periscope-like app soars in China
  • While Periscope is blocked in China, Yi has become increasingly popular.   More
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  • VIDEO: Scuba diving robot explores shipwreck
  • BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news   More
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  • VIDEO: Dyson announces 'quieter' £299 hairdryer
  • Engineering firm Dyson reveals its first hairdryer which it says is quieter and lighter than rivals   More
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  • Eureka! How to make discoveries at the speed of light
  • How cloud computing helps us discover at the speed of light   More
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  • Can technology help build a perfect country?
  • Can technology help build a perfect country?   More
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  • The long search for Satoshi Nakamoto
  • The long search for the real person behind Bitcoin   More
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  • Can we trust cloud providers to keep our data safe?
  • Is our data more secure in the cloud?   More
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  • 'David v Goliath' corporate name battles
  • The battle over corporate names   More
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  • China's push for driverless cars accelerates
  • China's push for driverless cars accelerates   More
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  • Fast cash: The high-speed world of cloud-based finance
  • How finance in the cloud can save you time and money   More