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Nintendo: Animal Crossing fans upset by cloud restrictions
Nintendo confirms its new Animal Crossing game will not let players save progress to the cloud.
Scientists discover powerful antibiotic using AI
Researchers claim it could be used to kill some of the world's deadliest bacteria.
Google sued by New Mexico over claims it spies on US students
Pupils in New Mexico allegedly have had their online data tracked, says the state's attorney general.
Data breach hits agency overseeing White House communications
The personal data of about 200,000 people is exposed in a cyber-attack.
Thousands of mobiles and laptops lost by UK government in a year
At least 2,004 government mobiles were lost or stolen in a year, more than a third from the MoD.
Samsung explains mystery alert sent overnight
The company says it sent the strange "1" alert to Samsung devices by mistake.
ISS World hack leaves thousands of employees offline
ISS World, a major facilities provider, has been hit by an apparent ransomware attack.
UK says Russia's GRU behind massive Georgia cyber-attack
The UK Foreign Office said October's attack was designed to undermine Georgia's sovereignty.
MGM hack exposes personal data of 10.6 million guests
Celebrities including Justin Bieber were among those whose data was stolen, one report said.
Larry Tesler: Computer scientist behind cut, copy and paste dies aged 74
Larry Tesler was responsible for many of the innovations that made personal computing accessible.
Skin-detection software could improve smartphone security
TrinamiX has developed a facial recognition software that they say could provide better security.
Robots gain lessons in hot dogs and other tech news
BBC Click’s Paul Carter looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
The man who can make music with his mind
Academic and electronic musician Bertolt Meyer has hacked into his prosthetic arm and connected it to his synth.
The doctors and lawyers giving advice on TikTok
The BBC meets the medics and lawyers across America who are using the app to help educate the public.
The fake 'kitchen hacks' with billions of views
Kitchen hacks and baking videos are hugely popular on YouTube - but do all the tips actually work?
Samsung Z Flip: What's the point of the foldable phone?
Vloggers and selfie addicts may like the new form-factor, but does it do enough to justify its price?
Can computer translators ever beat speaking a foreign tongue?
Developers say you can now converse effortlessly using translation tech, but others are not so sure.
Instagram influencers pranking the internet:
An Instagram influencer has faked a holiday to Bali to show followers not to believe everything they see on social media. But how does it compare to these other epic social media pranks?
Should your email say if you're he, she or they?
Firms are encouraging staff to make sharing which personal pronouns they use an everyday practice.
Why your new work colleague could be a robot
Better sight, better hands and more intelligence are allowing robots to take on more and more jobs.
Can we fix our way out of the growing e-waste problem?
Levels of electrical and electronic waste are expected to more than double by 2050, according to the UN.
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