BBC News - Technology
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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.
Investors are to vote on whether the firm should continue selling its facial ID tech to the police.
An Indian company had stored the data of 49 million Instagram users in an unguarded online database.
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.
Harold Arlen's estate says Apple, Google and Amazon are conducting "massive piracy operations".
Ten years since Minecraft was first released, we've had a sneak peek at what the next ten years hold.
A dispute over Huawei has escalated with implications for the firm, the tech sector and consumers.
Campaigners say police use of the technology is like taking DNA or fingerprints without consent.
AI-powered advertising copywriters are coming, but can they be taught to be as inventive as humans?
How technology and community support is keeping people with dementia in Japan safe.
How a revamped Nintendo controller allows eight people to control a game simultaneously.
Just one in four people would consider buying a fully electric car in the next five years, a study finds.
Google's move to end business ties with Huawei will affect current devices and future purchases.
Those using headsets to complete tricky tasks over-estimate how well they perform, a study suggests.