The video-sharing website details the reasons why millions of videos have been removed.
The meat industry, a major contributor to CO2 emissions and deforestation, is facing competition.
A robot carried on to the pitch feeds panoramic live images and sound back to Jack McLinden's tablet.
The trial feature skips explicit tracks but only works on Apple devices and lacks a parental lock.
Police in Florida are criticised for allegedly entering a funeral home to use a dead man's finger to unlock his smartphone.
Seven countries asked the European Commission to review the purchase of the music identification app.
Mark Meechan was fined £800 after teaching a dog to give a Nazi salute.
Google and Amazon have been caught up in Russian attempts to block the Telegram messaging app.
As many councils struggle with budget issues to deliver services such as social care, new technology is being used in one trial area.
Iran bans its banks from using Bitcoin, amid money-laundering concerns.
Mark Meechan put footage on YouTube of the dog reacting to statements such as "Sieg Heil" by raising its paw.
South Korea says silencing the propaganda broadcasts will help set the mood for the inter-Korean summit.
Computer chaos for customers continues as one man gets access to someone else's accounts.
The health secretary wants action from the sites on underage use, bullying and screen-time limits.
How does a free app with no adverts go about becoming a success with Hollywood actors whilst giving away thousands in cash?
Organisations have just seven weeks to prepare for a major shake-up to EU data privacy laws.
The messaging app is working around attempts to block it by authorities.
The media regulator says launching more local TV stations in the UK is not viable.
Publishing giant Axel Springer has lost a long-running case seeking to limit the use of Adblock Plus.
An investigation found groups offering free accommodation for young men in exchange for sex.
Android phones are beginning to receive Google's feature-rich new service called Chat.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
The team behind God of War tell Newsbeat the gaming industry is maturing to tackle more complex emotions than ever before.
Farmers are working on robotic solutions due to a shortage of human workers to pick difficult crops.
Farmers are turning to robots to plant seedlings and pick produce because of human worker shortages.
A total of 1.5 billion international Facebook users will not be protected under GDPR.
The odd jobs marketplace has been investigating a "cyber-security incident".
TalkTalk, Vodafone and BT drew the most complaints for their services, the regulator says.
The C-Thru lens uses augmented reality to improve firefighters’ sight in poor visibility.
Nasa's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (Tess) searches for new planets.
India's youngest billionaire, Vijay Shekhar Sharma, says Indian firms are ready to challenge the West.
The digital vandalism was spotted by a security researcher and has since been fixed.
The first AI fairytale has been written by an algorithm, a company claims - a taste of future story-telling?
The man fled from Iceland to Sweden on a passenger plane reportedly also carrying the prime minister.
The rapidly changing value of crypto-currency has been turned into a mobile game.
Roblox and Fortnite enable players to talk to interact with each other via online chat.
Biplap Deb cited the ancient Hindu epic Mahabharata but his statement has attracted ridicule.
Amid a privacy crisis, Facebook asks permission to expand use of facial recognition technology.
High resolution 3D scans of more than 25 historical sites from around the world are being released.
US retailer Wish.com is admonished by UK ad watchdog for the third time since November.
The Internet Watch Foundation found more than 78,000 website addresses with child abuse images in 2017.
MPs say it is "alarming" plans to improve cyber-security after the Wannacry attack have not been agreed.
Ex-Cambridge Analytica employee tells MPs that UKIP data was received as part of work for Leave.EU.
Russia blocks millions of IP addresses in move to shut down Telegram messaging platform.
What do pictures of two guys pointing at each other and yelling tell us about how a meme begins and ends?
The firm paid $40m (£27m) over claims it employed false ringtones rather than fixing call problems.
TaskRabbit says it is working with law enforcement, and its website is offline.
Sophisticated bots are doing the hard work of breaking down digital defences, suggests study.
Author Jamie Bartlett says there is a compatibility problem between democracy and technology.
The streaming service now has 125 million subscribers, after adding 7.4 million more in the first quarter.
The students snuck in mobile phones and wore skin-coloured earphones during their exams.
A judge rules Facebook's facial recognition tagging will be the subject of a class action law suit.
Is the fusion of biology and technology speeding us towards a synthetic future?
Russia is seeking to hijack essential internet hardware, US and UK intelligence agencies allege.
Cyber-defence watchdog tells the UK telecoms sector not to use the Chinese firm's equipment.
White nationalist Richard Spencer's three Facebook pages are blocked on a permanent basis.
The Chinese social media giant reverses a ban on gay content after a wave of defiant protests.
Chairman Tim Martin condemns trolling and says limiting social media use would be better for society.
Carla Lockhart received 'very personal' abuse after DUP leader Arlene Foster posted a picture of the pair.
A worker at an Alibaba warehouse in China explains why she is happy to have robot colleagues.
Artificial intelligence must never be given powers to hurt or deceive people. a parliamentary report says.
Police use a "groundbreaking" fingerprint technique to convict a drugs gang from a picture message.
Kashmir Hill filled her home with gadgets to see how much data they would slurp up.
Women at the London Games Festival talk about the abuse they've received from men.
Ever wondered why you are always checking your phone? The BBC's James Reevell explains.
Google, which faces scrutiny over extremist and hateful content, is developing tools to counter it.
Coffee in five charts: How coffee drinking varies around the world.
The big winner at the Bafta Games Awards was Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, including Best Performer - won by a video editor.
The game's world record is invalidated after claims Billy Mitchell did not use an original machine.
A businessman fighting for the "right to be forgotten" wins a High Court action against Google.
Philippa Hanna's account was taken over by a hacker, apparently in Turkey, and it took days to get it back.
The US National Transportation Safety Board says Tesla "released investigative information".
The suspect was caught by facial recognition technology at a pop concert, which he regrets attending.
A court approves the media regulator's request after the app refuses to hand over encryption keys.
The technology means patients' stays are shorter due to the precision of the surgery.
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice won the most at the Bafta Games Awards, but lost out on the top prize.
The maker of a photo-realistic video of the ex-president faces claims his tech could spark a crisis.
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
It's good to grow up in China, Didi Chuxing boss tells the BBC, but it's now time to go global.
Big rewards are available for hackers who can spot when websites have got their coding wrong.
Making a video game about mental health was worth the risk, says its creator.
The makers of What Remains of Edith Finch had not expected to take home the Best Game prize.
Nintendo's Shinya Takahashi says he is "very happy" with the company's success at the Baftas.
What Remains of Edith Finch scores an upset beating Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice at the Baftas.
The game's Battle Royale last survivor mode had been inaccessible for nearly a day.
Steve Huffman has been accused of supporting racism in his commitment to free speech.
Attendees of the latest TED talks learn how their hidden emotional states can be spied on.
The award-winning games designer says many of his classics became unplayable on modern machines.
The Children's Commissioner has criticised Amazon over child sex dolls being sold on its website.
The attack suppressed IS propaganda and hindered their ability to plan attacks, GCHQ says.
Here's your guide to five of the biggest nominees at this year's awards devoted to gaming.
Boeing and Rolls-Royce are investing in the UK company developing a revolutionary propulsion system.
The connection will have speeds of between 10 and 100 times faster than 4G.
The chief executive also tells Congress that Facebook may take action against Cambridge University.
The company has designed a system that can analyse conversations to target advertising at customers.
The firm has reset all customer accounts after discovering about 1,000 had been illegally accessed.
It's like 'falling down the rabbit hole of endless what ifs' says one sufferer in a candid online debate
Virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier says the tech firms should offer an alternative to ads.
The regulator says "warranty void if removed" stickers are deceptive and likely to be illegal.
Reddit bans hundreds of fake accounts run by Russian internet trolls.
An autonomous robot that can pick peppers when they are ripe is being developed.
A TED talk by a Ukrainian journalist describes efforts to combat Russian propaganda.
Mark Zuckerberg's appearance in front of US senators entertains Twitter.
The home secretary pledges to crack down on the 'platform of dangerous crimes and horrific abuse'.
The subtle warping of the land surface across Britain is fully mapped in detail for the first time.
The Facebook chief survives day one of congressional hearings, with the help of a canned response.
BBC journalist Katie Hile has discovered that she's been affected by the Facebook data scandal.
Mark Zuckerberg tells US Congress his firm is struggling to get ahead of Russian manipulation.
To illustrate Facebook privacy concerns, Senator Durbin asked Mark Zuckerberg what hotel he stayed in.
The Facebook founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, answered questions from US lawmakers about the hacking scandal.
An activist group placed "bots" of the Facebook CEO in front of the Capitol before his testimony.
Facebook says about 1,500 users who installed a data-harvesting app gave it access to their inboxes.
The substantial damages cover emotional distress, stalking and physical harm done to the victim.
Cyber-thieves are ramping up efforts to use ransomware to extract cash from victims, finds a report.
The science fiction show's creators had offered to reveal the plot of season two.
One of the largest Black Lives Matter pages on Facebook has been removed after it was exposed as fake.
The new vehicle plates will send automatic alerts to the emergency services following accidents.
A number of high profile YouTube music videos posted by Vevo have been hacked, including hit song Despacito.
Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is in Washington this week to testify before Congress.
Data harvesting is a multi-billion dollar industry privacy campaigners believe is far too opaque.
Mark Zuckerberg will talk about the Cambridge Analytica scandal and Russian interference on the platform.
Deal to buy Jump Bikes could allow Uber users to be able to hire electric pedal bikes via the app.
Privacy groups said it is dangerous to rely on data when trying assessing offenders' lifestyles
Several of Backpage.com's employees face charges of facilitating prostitution.
The site is accused of violating child protection laws by a coalition of 23 consumer groups.
The social network has also suspended another data analytics firm, Cubeyou.
Cambridge Analytica claims its data and research helped Donald Trump win the US presidency. But how?
AIQ, which denies links to Cambridge Analytica, may have improperly received users' data, Facebook says.
Carrie has been designed to do household chores and can detect a gas leak in the home.
Ride-hailing apps and robot cars promise to change how we get around and the effects are already being felt.
The social media giant removes Third Reich memorabilia from site amid calls for tougher action.
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
The country's media regulator is going to court in a bid to get the messaging app blocked in the country.
The social network was exploring whether it could use health records to improve patient care.
Airbus's huge new super-transporter plane can carry two passenger jet wings instead of one.
Facebook says "most people" could have had their profile information harvested by scammers.
EE, Vodafone, O2 and Three win frequencies for the next generation of mobile phone networks.
Google employees have sent an open letter protesting at a Pentagon artificial intelligence project.
Experts express concern about the South Korean institution's plans to develop AI for weapons.
The social media giant now believes up to 87 million people's data was improperly shared.
The robot connects to the internet so web users can control it and donate to pay maintenance costs.
The social network says that one million of the people affected are thought to be UK-based.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is to testify before the US House Commerce Committee regarding protection of user data.
MIT severs ties with a start-up attempting to copy people's memories when they die.
John Giannandrea will report directly to CEO Tim Cook, according to reports.
Unauthorised phone tracking devices, which mimic mobile tower to gather information, found in US.
The attacker, Nasim Aghdam, may have been angry with YouTube for filtering some of her videos.
HTC's own instructions for the phone said it should not come into contact with pool water.
Police identify the suspect as Nasim Aghdam, 39, and say they are still investigating a motive.
Eurocontrol fixes its system failure, which it warned could affect almost 15,000 European flights.
Snapchat users will also now be able to use the '@' sign to tag others.
The firm said it had its most productive quarter after doubling its weekly Model 3 production rate.
The blood-by-drone service delivers supplies in rural Rwanda and hopes to take part in a US trial
Motion and heart rate data from a smartwatch has been presented in court as part of a murder trial.
A teacher asked the game's developers to "mess with" his students, who have been playing it in class.
Drones should be used to locate and penalise farmers who let soil run off their fields, a report will say.
Developer Abhishek Singh has adapted Street Fighter II using augmented reality.
Floating in New York is the start of a new chapter for the Swedish music streaming firm.
Wind power capacity is growing thanks to giant offshore turbines, but can they get much bigger?
Mark Zuckerberg says it is "extremely glib" to suggest Facebook does not care about its users.
Far fewer jobs are at high risk of being lost than had previously been claimed, says an OECD study.
The agency probing a fatal crash says it is "unhappy" the firm made public details of the collision.
Households have seen slow internet speeds, dropouts and router issues in the last year, says Which.
China's defunct Tiangong-1 space lab mostly burnt up on re-entering the Earth's atmosphere.
The party seeks to distance itself from pro-Corbyn online groups whose members have made anti-Jewish and violent comments.
The president accuses the online retail giant of scamming the US Postal Service.
The company says a Model X vehicle involved in a fatal crash in the US was in Autopilot mode.
Britain's most senior police officer says social media "revs people up" and leads to stabbings and murders.
A state department proposal could require visa applicants to detail all their social media handles.
Five experts give the briefest of introductions to what might be the next computing revolution.
Microsoft says its researchers are close to a breakthrough that could revolutionise computing.
The actress fails to convince judges that a character in the game was based on her.
The firm denies it believes that growth at all costs is "good" even if it leads to deaths.
Shares in Baidu's iQiyi streaming platform fell below their opening price on Wall Street's Nasdaq.
Many countries still have no functioning address system. Is digital mapping the answer?
Online political advertising that uses big data to target individuals - how influential is it?
Apple has updated iOS, MacOS and tvOS to let people know when their personal data will be collected.
The UK government says online content portability is still subject to Brexit negotiations.
People who have only a landline from BT will have their monthly line rental fee cut from Sunday.
Newly released files detail election-swinging efforts by the consultancy and other linked firms.
As well as its tax record, President Trump launches into Amazon for destroying retail jobs.
The latest video game craze is hard to stop playing but not addictive says a researcher.
Women working at Facebook in the UK get nearly half the amount of bonus pay as male colleagues.
School children found the camera in perfect working order - fully charged with pictures intact.
Bailey Davis is accusing the New Orleans Saints football team of gender discrimination.
The company permanently revokes access to the anti-Islamic activist after earlier temporary suspensions.
The accused is alleged to have posed as the firm's chief executive and abused its food.
The social network claims the overhaul will make it easier for users to find and edit their data.
Leonard Nimoy's son and actress Terry Farrell married on what would have been his 87th birthday.
A Manchester-led team tests the detector system it will use in Antarctica to find hidden iron meteorites.
Shares in Tesla and Nvidia dive amid fresh worries about the promise of self-driving car technology.
The Chinese company's news flagship has three rear cameras and can create handheld long-exposure snaps.
Many smartphones now have two camera lenses on the back - but Huawei's latest has three.
The prime minister was the "last member" of Downing Street team using the device.
Arizona's governor says he was disturbed and alarmed by video footage of a fatal accident.
The Facebook boss declines to appear before MPs and will send a senior executive instead.
At least 26 forces in England and Wales have begun using new technology to extract data from phones.
Meet the woman encouraging artists to become "artpreneurs" using social media and the web.
UK Anti-Doping confirms it was the target of a cyber attack over the weekend but says no systems were compromised and no data lost.
Facebook shares fall as a federal agency investigates whether the firm broke data security laws.