Mark Zuckerberg aims to tackle terrorism and remove offensive posts from users' Facebook feeds by using AI.
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Pavement lights guide 'smartphone zombies'.

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A new app aimed at mothers has launched in London and New York, aimed at helping mums build friendships.

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Swipe right for new 'mum friends' - BBC News

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The London Dungeon tourist attraction has apologised for a promotional Twitter campaign that backfired.
Critics said the collection of images was sexist and offensive.

London Dungeon apologises for offensive tweets - BBC News

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Google is making smartwatches more chatty...
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Large companies are confused about who should be in charge of dealing with the aftermath of cyber-attacks, according to new research.

Firms split on who handles aftermath of cyber-attacks - BBC News

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A data breach at retailer Sports Direct last year was reported to the Information Commissioner's Office but not to staff whose data may have been compromised, according to reports.

Sports Direct 'hid data breach from staff' - BBC News

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Five people have been arrested, accused of selling set-top boxes modified to stream subscription football matches, television channels and films for free.

Five arrests in 'fully loaded' Kodi streaming box raids - BBC News

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An American man who ran a site that traded images of child sexual abuse has been jailed for 20 years.

Child sex abuse site operator jailed for 20 years - BBC News

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There is growing concern about the impact of automation on employment - or in crude terms - the threat that robots will eat our jobs.

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A hacker briefly hijacked more than 150,000 printers accidentally left accessible via the web.

Hacker briefly hijacks insecure printers - BBC News

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A group of 97 US tech companies have filed a legal document stating that President Trump's immigration ban affects their operations and "inflicts significant harm" on business.

Tech giants oppose Trump immigration ban - BBC News

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Two men have admitted running an unlicensed gambling website connected to the video game Fifa, in the first UK prosecution of its kind.
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Two men who ran a betting website connected to the Fifa video game have pleaded guilty to offences under the UK's Gambling Act.

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YouTuber admits Fifa gambling offences - BBC News

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Computer security companies have been accused of "massively" exaggerating the abilities of malicious hackers.

Security firms 'overstate hackers' abilities to boost sales' - BBC News

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The southern Indian state of Karnataka is set to be the location of an iPhone factory.

Apple to start making iPhones in India, says state government - BBC News

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A skills shortage and "chaotic" handling of personal data breaches are undermining confidence in the government's ability to protect the UK from cyber attacks, MPs have warned.

MPs question UK's cyber attack defences - BBC News

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Rory is perfecting his selfie game, after news that Snap plans to sell its shares on the US stock market. [ Bbc.in Link ]
Satellite broadcaster Sky has secured a last-minute deal to keep 12 Discovery channels on its television service.

Sky and Discovery strike deal to keep channels listed - BBC News

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