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Two senior executives will move from Wiltshire but no jobs will be lost in the process.
Chinese tech giant warns it might transfer activities to countries "where we are welcomed".
The IT failures have meant that trials have been delayed and jurors are unable to enrol, reports say.
Automated software is now scouring social media posts looking for evidence of ape trafficking.
The prices will still go up but by 10% less than originally planned.
Two new documentaries about the failed event have thrown a spotlight on the influencers and celebrities who promoted it.
Airline says flight cancellations customers payments following Gatwick drone disruption cost it £15m.
The model is calling for new laws to protect disabled people online after her son Harvey was trolled.
However, the decline was offset by strong sales of supersize TVs and in gaming.
Microgravity is ideal for making a range of materials, but will space manufacture ever be cost effective?
The seller says the parts "may even have Phil's DNA on it, if you wanted to clone him".
Google has been fined 50 million euros (£44m) by the French data regulator CNIL.
The shark's teeth resemble alien spaceships from the game, Galaga, according to US scientists.
The entertainment streaming giants are accused of breaking the EU's data protection rules.
The chat app will only allow users to forward messages five times to limit the spread of false news.
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at a new smart socket for charging devices.
George Rusu is accused of using a drone on a field near the runway days after a scare at Gatwick.
It's part of a drive to get more girls involved in science, technology engineering and mathematics from a young age.
BBC Minute's Ione Wells investigates the rising trend of 'cyber-flashing' where naked photos are being sent by strangers to people's phones.
Are these the faces of the future? It's clear these robots are no ordinary machines.