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  • Uber to pull out of Denmark
  • New taxi laws requiring drivers in Denmark to have fare meters have led Uber to withdraw its services.   More
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  • Exposed files on Microsoft's document-sharing site
  • Passwords and sensitive health data are among documents inadvertently shared by Microsoft users.   More
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  • Google Home to be launched in UK in April
  • The search giant promises a degree of Britishness in its smart home assistant, Google Home.   More
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  • Samsung plans to relaunch refurbished Note 7 devices
  • The technology giant says it may be able to offer the recalled devices as refurbished phones.   More
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  • Jack Dorsey brings Square payments to UK
  • The founder of Twitter brings his other company - a point-of-sale system for small businesses - to the UK.   More
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  • WhatsApp's privacy protections questioned after terror attack
  • Privacy measures offered by chat apps are called into question by last week's London terror attack.   More
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  • Apple wins iPhone 6 patent battle in China
  • The win removes the threat that Apple would not be able to sell the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in China   More
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  • Uber suspends self-driving cars after Arizona crash
  • Images show Uber vehicle on its side after apparent high-impact crash with ordinary driver.   More
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  • BT fined record £42m for late installations
  • BT apologises and agrees to repay telecoms firms for delays in installing high-speed lines.   More
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  • Robotic barista serves up coffee
  • A robot coffee server is turning heads in San Francisco   More
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  • WhatsApp must not be 'place for terrorists to hide'
  • Messaging apps which are encrypted must be accessible to those fighting terror, the home secretary says.   More
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  • Disturbing YouTube videos trick children
  • Thousands of videos on YouTube look like versions of popular cartoons but contain disturbing and inappropriate content not suitable for children.   More
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  • US and UK laptop bans on some Middle East flights come into effect
  • The US and UK bans affect direct flights from some Middle East airports.   More
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  • Robotic barman pours Rory a pint
  • The BBC’s technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones gets a beer poured for him by a robotic barman - but how long does it take?   More
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  • Row over US ISP customer data sales
  • US politicians have voted to let ISPs gather and sell data about what Americans do online.   More
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  • Ofcom plans instant payback for broadband woes
  • Customers who suffer poor service could get automatic payouts under Ofcom's plan.   More
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  • Google and Symantec clash on website security checks
  • Web browsers could be blocked from accessing sites caught up in a row over basic security tools.   More
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  • Robots to affect up to 30% of UK jobs, says PwC
  • Manufacturing and retail jobs are most at risk from automation by the 2030s, a report says.   More
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  • Robot making schoolgirls set for world championships
  • Schoolgirls who designed and built a robot will represent the UK in the Robotics World Championship.   More
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  • Team Indus: India's race to the moon
  • India's Team Indus is one of five groups in a race to put a privately funded spacecraft on the Moon.   More
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  • Chat apps: A lot of politics at play
  • Former MOD security chief says we should work with tech companies to combat extremism   More
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  • Amber Rudd : 'We must be able to access WhatsApp'
  • UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd says social media apps like WhatsApp, which encrypts users messages, cannot be a hiding place for terrorists.   More
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  • The tech turning skyscrapers into adverts
  • A new projection technique for persistence of vision displays will allow images to be up to 200m tall on buildings.   More
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  • Is the UK Europe's best hub for tech workers?
  • UK tech is 'leaps and bounds ahead of anywhere else’   More
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  • The music video that changes each time you click play
  • A Manchester band is using an algorithm for their new music video, so that you never see the same thing twice.   More
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  • Bloodhound supersonic car record bid slips again
  • The British-led effort to break the World Land Speed Record is delayed by cash-flow problems to 2018.   More
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  • The company turning soot from vehicle exhausts into art
  • Soot from vehicle exhausts is being recycled into ink. BBC Click's Spencer Kelly reports   More
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  • The smart button controlled by your fingerprints
  • Lara Lewington looks at a device where your fingerprints control different functions.   More
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  • Air quality tracker for Chicago to roll out city-wide
  • A city-wide network of sensors monitoring air quality is being installed in Chicago.   More
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  • The 3D-printed house built in 24 hours and other tech news
  • BBC Click's Dan Simmons looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.   More
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  • Bye-bye bank charges?
  • Smartphone banking is turning us into smart savers, research suggests, as consumers take control.   More
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  • "Just Google it"
  • Is Google's position as the world's leading search engine now unassailable?   More
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  • Flash feet
  • How much data do you give away during your average day in the city?   More
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  • Sonic Boom
  • BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.   More
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  • Ads in the sky
  • How new technologies are transforming outdoor advertising.   More
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  • Fake data threat
  • Not all cyber-attacks are about theft, some seek to undermine the trust placed in data and documents.   More
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  • Nokia 3310 mobile phone resurrected at MWC 2017
  • An iconic Nokia phone is revamped with added battery life and new features alongside several Nokia-branded Android models.   More
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  • MWC 2017: Sony smartphone films in super-slow-motion
  • A new type of smartphone sensor that can film at 960 frames per second is featured in a new handset from Sony.   More
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  • MWC 2017: LG G6 phone wants to run two apps at once
  • LG's latest flagship phone is designed to run two apps simultaneously on its elongated screen but abandons the firm's previous modular ambitions.   More
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  • MWC 2017: Samsung unveils two new tablets but no phone
  • The South Korean tech firm has traditionally launched a new smartphone at the Mobile World Congress tech show.   More