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Legal action brought by advertisers claims the social network knew about problems in metrics in 2015.

The mobile is designed as a companion device for those who already own bigger smartphones.

Anna England Kerr was shown ads for cots, cribs and IVF, despite trying to turn them off.

Mitsubishi has developed a new indoor lighting system that mimics blue skies, sunrises and sunsets.

Superfast 5G mobile will require new handsets, but will the new services justify the extra expense?

Millions of tweets published by suspected state-linked accounts are made public by Twitter.

Outlets rated zero by the Food Standards Agency are among those listed on the food ordering app.

The Trump-supporting right has a new favourite meme and they're trolling opponents far and wide.

A court grants search warrants and freezes the assets of five people accused of making cheat software.

Phone and tablet companies will be able to experiment with alternative versions of Android.

One in 10 children have been asked to remove their clothes over online video chats, says the NSPCC.

What's it like to be someone who watches banned content on social media so you don't have to?

The advert mimicked a horror movie and was likely to scare youngsters, the ad authority says.

The majority of those tricked out of money after talking to fraudsters on dating sites lose more than £2,000.

The streaming service adds seven million subscribers in the third quarter, bringing the total to 137 million.

The move safeguards more than 200 jobs at the viral publisher, which collapsed with debts of £6.5m.

Pepper goes to Parliament to talk to MPs about the role robotics and AI will play in the classroom.

The Chinese technology company ditches Google's Wear OS in favour of its own smartwatch operating system.

A YouTube gamer is being sued for selling Fortnite cheats and promoting them online.

The credit-card-sized device is designed to help people take a break from their main phone.

Pepper the robot answers questions from MPs on the education select committee about helping to care for older people.

An estimated seven million people have lost savings and pensions, but there is help to track them down.

The firm's CEO defends a possible return to China, a market Google abandoned over censorship concerns.

The billionaire businessman, who also owned the Seattle Seahawks NFL team, died in Seattle on Monday.

Ships are the lifeblood of global trade, but their fuel is highly polluting. What's the answer?

The National Cyber Security Centre has combated about 1,200 attacks since it was created, it reveals.

Fitted with a dermatoscope, the prototype can check for signs of skin abnormalities.

A fault with Virgin Media has left many customers in London without internet access and TV.

Makers of small, smart home gadgets will be encouraged to do more to protect them against hack attacks

Snapchat's augmented-reality selfie filters now work on cats.

The UK-led supersonic car project goes into administration. There are just weeks to save the venture.

Why one content moderator couldn't shake hands for three years after she left her job.

Atlas, a humanoid robot by tech firm Boston Dynamics, has learned the art of parkour.

BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.

As the UK's celebrates National Album Day, Spotify says albums "can still be absolutely monumental".

The IT sector's share of global electricity consumption is predicted to increase rapidly.

Drones flying where they shouldn't has become a big problem, so how can we stop them?

Internet connectivity over light waves could help 5G mobile extend into buildings and underground.

Researchers are studying whether controlling a virtual reality body can affect real life behaviour.

A handy guide on the telltale clues you might need a break from the streaming service.

Kate Russell on how to make sure you never sleep through your alarm again.

Lucy Hedges reviews the Skyroam Solis, Glocalme G3 and TP-Link M7450 mobile wi-fi hotspots.

A growing number of tech analysts are predicting that in less than 20 years we'll all have stopped owning cars.

Space X's mission to the Moon will be the first lunar journey by humans since 1972.

Moxi is a "socially intelligent" robot that can autonomously pick up and deliver medical supplies.

A remote part of South Australia is home to the world's largest lithium-ion battery.

Researchers inspired by a Wallace and Gromit film have developed trousers with artificial muscles.

How does the GoPro Hero 7 compare to last year's model - and can it turn the company around?