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More than seven million "hate speech" posts were removed by the social network, also a record high.
A top Chinese diplomat tells the BBC there could be "substantial" repercussions if the UK bars Huawei.
From January, new DJI drones will be able to detect nearby planes and helicopters.
The two titles break local gambling laws that prohibit giving players random rewards in "loot boxes".
Chinese company is dealt an "insurmountable" blow as chip designer says it must comply with US trade ban.
The Irish Data Protection Commission will look into whether Google's Ad Exchange system is GDPR-compliant.
The tech giant must tell customers if a software update will slow down their iPhone, UK regulator has said.
Developers at EA want limp, lifeless hair to be a thing of the past.
The laptop is infected with six notorious strains, including WannaCry and ILoveYou.
Social media expert who propelled The Museum of English Rural Life to global fame is snapped up by Tesla.
Firm says that Huawei's 5G phones will not be available initially.
This house was designed using algorithms and machines. They chose complex, organic-looking forms.
Technology reshapes the workplace in much subtler ways than simply robots stealing jobs.
Personal details for 4,545 TalkTalk customers stolen during a 2015 data breach are accessible online.
Investors are to vote on whether the firm should continue selling its facial ID tech to the police.
An investigation by Business Insider led the site to take down most - but not all - of the videos.
Researchers say it shows driverless cars working together could improve traffic flow by at least 35%.
Female-voiced AIs are portrayed as "eager to please", suggesting women are "subservient" says study.
Advertisers will be made to disclose whether they provide abortions before running ads in the US, UK and Ireland.
The alert raises concerns that the Chinese government might gain access to confidential data.