Google to close Stadia cloud service and refund gamers

Stadia allows players to stream games online without owning a console.
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Molly Russell: Social media a factor in teenager's death, coroner says

The death of Molly Russell "should send shockwaves through Silicon Valley", the NSPCC's chief says.
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UN elects first female tech agency secretary-general

Doreen Bogdan-Martin is the first International Telecommunication Union secretary-general in its history.
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EU Commission to make it easier to sue over AI products

People harmed by AI-powered products will have easier access to legal help.
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Optus: How a massive data breach has exposed Australia

Anger rises after 40% of Australians had details stolen in possibly the nation's worst-ever breach.
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NHS app hits 30 million downloads in England

The health service says 448,000 people have used the app to make decisions on organ donations.
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Data sharing: MoD and Home Office ignored people's data requests - ICO

Data watchdog says it is naming and shaming seven organisations for failing to share information.
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Netflix plans to launch its own video game studio

Studio in Finland is the latest and clearest example of the streaming giant moving into gaming.
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Tim Cook: 'No good excuse' for lack of women in tech

Apple chief executive tells the BBC the tech sector needs more women in order to thrive.
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TikTok may be fined £27m for failing to protect children

The video-sharing platform has been issued with a final notice of intent by the UK's data watchdog.
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IPhone in India: Apple makes new handset in India in shift from China

The announcement marks the technology giant's latest move to diversify its supply chains outside China.
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Interpol seeks arrest of failed crypto-firm boss Do Kwon

Agency asks police forces around the world to seek and detain the South Korean businessman.
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Testing the new iPhone: From battery to always-on screen

The BBC's Technology Editor, Zoe Kleinman, has been testing out the latest Apple smartphone.
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Molly Russell: Instagram posts seen by teen were safe, Meta says

The 14-year-old girl viewed material about self-harm and suicide before she took her own life.
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Tesla ordered to recall more than a million US cars

The US car-safety watchdog says a window glitch is affecting all four Tesla models.
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Iran unrest: What's going on with Iran and the internet?

The internet is cutting out and residents are unable to access social media in parts of the country.
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Warning over scam energy bill support messages

Emails and texts link to a fake Ofgem website where people's personal details are demanded.
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Rape posts every half-hour found on online incel forum

More must be done to tackle women-hating movement incel, the Centre for Countering Digital Hate warns.
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Oxfordshire teen arrested in police hacking investigation

The National Cyber Crime Unit detained a 17-year-old from Oxfordshire on Thursday evening.
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Australia phones cyber-attack exposes personal data

Optus is looking into the unauthorised access of data including names, addresses and passport numbers.
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Twitch announces slots and roulette gambling ban

The livestreaming site will prohibit streams of slots, roulette or dice games from many jurisdictions.
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Molly Russell inquest: Instagram clips seen by teen 'most distressing'

The 14-year-old girl viewed material about self-harm and suicide before she died in 2017.
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Online Safety Bill to return as soon as possible

But rules to tackle "legal but harmful" material will change over free-speech fears, a minister says.
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Off-gridders take energy needs into their own hands

Natural disasters have spurred some communities and homeowners to generate their own electricity.
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Ted Lasso characters join Fifa 23

The fictional AFC Richmond will be available in the the latest version of the popular football game.
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Grand Theft Auto VI footage leaked after hack, developer Rockstar confirms

More than 90 images and videos were leaked from the franchise's next instalment, developer Rockstar confirms.
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IHG hack: 'Vindictive' couple deleted hotel chain data for fun

The pair, who say they are from Vietnam, wiped out IHG group data after a foiled ransomware attack.
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Twitter sued by Dutch town Bodegraven-Reeuwijk over paedophilia rumour

A conspiracy theory falsely claims that Bodegraven near The Hague was once home to a Satanic ring.
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Molly Russell's inquest to put focus on big tech

The teenager's inquest begins today and some see it as test of the power of US tech giants.
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Uber investigating hack on its computer systems

A hacker was apparently able to gain access to the company's internal systems.
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Anti-vax groups use carrot emojis to hide Facebook posts

The emojis are being used to hide harmful content about vaccines from Facebook moderation tools.
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US school app accounts hacked to send explicit image

The Seesaw app is used by millions of parents, students and teachers across America
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Amazon workers in Coventry 'making history' with strike ballot

Staff at the Coventry warehouse are voting on whether to strike amid a row over a pay offer.
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Google loses appeal over record EU anti-trust Android fine

An EU court has largely upheld a £3.5bn fine against Google over its Android platform.
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South Korea 'cryptocrash' boss faces arrest warrant

Do Kwon is behind the Terra Luna and TerraUSD cryptocurrencies that plunged in value in May.
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Queen Elizabeth II: Flight carrying coffin most tracked plane in history

Nearly six million people tried to follow the plane's route, causing the Flightradar24 site to crash.
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Twitter shareholders approve $44bn Musk deal

Twitter shareholders have approved a $44bn deal for the world's richest man to buy the company.
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Google faces €25bn legal action in UK and the EU

Publishers should be compensated over Google's 'anti-competitive' digital ad practices, say lawyers.
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Twitter misleading the public, whistleblower says

Twitter's former head of security Peiter Zatko has been giving evidence to US lawmakers.
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Ethereum Merge: A cryptocurrency 'going green'

The second biggest cryptocurrency is to switch to a new operating model that it says uses 99.9% less energy.
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'We talk to plants - they tell us how happy they are'

Agri-tech company Gardin uses sensors and artificial intelligence to see how well crops are growing.
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Can vinyl records become greener by removing the PVC?

Records are traditionally made with polyvinyl chloride but one company is trying to change that.
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Clip-on tech turns spectacles into smart audio glasses

BBC Click's Lara Lewington tries out audio glasses, a smart skipping rope and some other new technology.
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China launches second module for its space station Heavenly Palace

Tiangong or Heavenly Palace is scheduled to be operational by the end of 2022.
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Is Finland's Wood City the future of building?

New public buildings in Finland have to incorporate more wood, which is leading builders to innovate.
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Japan's push into 'deep tech' innovation

Japanese start-up firms are developing next-generation solar panels and microchips.
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The firms making flour from mushrooms and cauliflower

The search for wheat alternatives is being driven by a demand for healthier diets and food security.
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Japan's female bosses mapping a course for other women

Female bosses remain a small minority in Japan, but efforts continue to increase their numbers.
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The inside scoop on ice cream innovation

It is one of our favourite treats, but just what really goes into getting ice cream onto your cone?
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'I turned my front room into a full-time bakery'

Ben Gray explains why he turned his home into a bakery in lockdown.
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UK looks to Sweden for a solution to nuclear waste

After decades of experimentation Sweden is ahead of the UK when dealing with nuclear waste.
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How to stay cool the Japanese way

Japan's heatwaves are driving the need for ways to stay cool, from face masks to neck fans and vests.
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What to do with clothes you no longer wear

New services offer convenient tailoring and repurposing of clothes in a bid to make them last longer.
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