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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.
Kazakhstan's new online safety tool raises eyebrows
Kazakhstan's government security certificates could open up "secure" web traffic to inspection.
Musk promises '10km Hyperloop tunnel' in 2020
The Hyperloop project aims to transport people inside high-speed pods along underground tunnels.
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.
Body-worn cameras to be compulsory for bailiffs
The government says the move will help tackle "intimidation and aggression" used by some bailiffs.
YouTube: 'We don't take you down the rabbit hole'
In his first interview, YouTube's UK managing director defends the platform's algorithms.
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.
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.
London Underground to get full 4G coverage
Passengers will be able to make calls and go online anywhere on the Tube network by the mid-2020s.
MPs call for halt to police's use of live facial recognition
The House of Commons' Science and Technology raises concerns about accuracy and bias.
Police will 'struggle' to track criminals via 5G
European police forces are scrambling to develop tools that help them track criminals using 5G networks.
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.
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
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.
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.
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?
Monsters and power-ups in new go-kart experience
Drivers can score points by shooting virtual monsters while racing each other.
'I kept my multimillion dollar business secret'
Young entrepreneur Marcin Kleczynski secretly ran his business Malwarebytes from his college dormitory.
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.
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.
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.
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.
'My son spent £3,160 in one game'
As politicians call for more regulation, you share your stories about children spending money within games.
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