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  • Huawei: Government decision on 5G rollout delayed
  • The implication of the recent US ban on its companies from dealing with Huawei was not clear, the government says.   More
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  • Fifa packs and loot boxes 'not gambling' in UK
  • The gambling watchdog has told MPs that current legislation does not put them under its remit.   More
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  • Three resists watchdog's call for 'fairer' mobile phone fees
  • Ofcom had called on networks to automatically cut prices for out-of-contract mobile subscribers.   More
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  • Kazakhstan's new online safety tool raises eyebrows
  • Kazakhstan's government security certificates could open up "secure" web traffic to inspection.   More
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  • Russian intelligence 'targets Tor anonymous browser'
  • A hack of a Russian intelligence contractor exposes secret projects - including cracking Tor.   More
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  • Musk promises '10km Hyperloop tunnel' in 2020
  • The Hyperloop project aims to transport people inside high-speed pods along underground tunnels.   More
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  • Equifax to pay up to $700m to settle data breach
  • The credit score agency has agreed a settlement after hackers stole 147 million people's details.   More
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  • Body-worn cameras to be compulsory for bailiffs
  • The government says the move will help tackle "intimidation and aggression" used by some bailiffs.   More
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  • YouTube: 'We don't take you down the rabbit hole'
  • In his first interview, YouTube's UK managing director defends the platform's algorithms.   More
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  • French sci-fi team called on to predict future threats
  • The "red team" will be employed to imagine future military threats – and how how to prevent them.   More
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  • BritBox: ITV and BBC set out plans for new streaming service
  • Shows like Love Island, Gavin & Stacey and Victoria will be on ITV and the BBC's streaming service.   More
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  • Why 3D printing could be key to a Moon base
  • Construction materials, ceramics and food could all one day be printed on the lunar surface.   More
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  • Cari Watterton gives her tips on how to get into the games industry
  • Young developer Cari Watterton, who works for a games firm located in Dundee, offers her tips for getting into the business   More
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  • Hovering, gliding drone takes-off and other tech news
  • BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the week's best technology news stories.   More
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  • 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.   More
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  • 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?   More
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  • Monsters and power-ups in new go-kart experience
  • Drivers can score points by shooting virtual monsters while racing each other.   More
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  • Should robots ever look like us?
  • Some think humanoid robots will be easier to interact with, but others think we'll find them creepy.   More
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  • How Japan's trade row with South Korea could hit tech supplies
  • A trade row between Japan and South Korea could pose a threat to supplies of smartphones and devices.   More
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  • 'I kept my multimillion dollar business secret'
  • Young entrepreneur Marcin Kleczynski secretly ran his business Malwarebytes from his college dormitory.   More
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  • Bianca Devins: The teenager whose murder was exploited for clicks
  • Images of Bianca Devins' death were widely shared online. Experts say this exposed a bigger problem.   More
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  • Algae bio-curtains: Architects' radical solution to capture carbon
  • Scientists and architects in London have developed 'bio-curtains' to act as an alternative to urban trees.   More
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  • Car parts from weeds: The future of green motoring?
  • The motor industry is trying to reduce its carbon footprint in a number of innovative ways.   More
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  • 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.   More
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  • 'My son spent £3,160 in one game'
  • As politicians call for more regulation, you share your stories about children spending money within games.   More