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A botched update to network hardware meant an African ISP wrongly took over Google net addresses.
Many fans say the new look Pikachu is "grotesque" and "disgusting".
The actor plays a so called "elusive" target which only appears for a short period of time.
The streamer says he feels "blessed and honoured" after winning personality and streamer of the year.
For women facing challenges ranging from eating disorders to IVF, it can be a vital resource.
Primary pupils in Manchester take on design projects to boost creativity and problem solving skills.
DIY chain Homebase runs Britain's worst online shop, according to a survey by consumer group Which?.
Scientists hope artificial intelligence will gives us more insights into bee health and behaviour.
The tech giant's share price fall has wiped more than $40bn off its market value.
A car repair worker is the first person to be sentenced to jail as a result of a UK data watchdog prosecution.
A new list of the world's most powerful machines puts the US in the top two spots.
Xiaomi offered only two or three phones at the advertised price.
A US judge asks Amazon to hand over audio recordings from an Echo device in a house where two women died.
Valve awarded the researcher that found the issue a bug bounty of $20,000.
Finland's PM suggests it was jammed deliberately in northern Finnish airspace during Nato exercises.
Canadian actor Douglas Rain voiced the chilling computer in the landmark sci-fi film.
Nothing to be Written is a VR experience about field postcards sent home by soldiers during WW1.
What began as a way to describe misinformation was quickly diverted into a propaganda tool. The BBC's Dave Lee examines how "fake news" went mainstream.
Margaret Wilson, 95, says she will hold true to an oath she swore at Bletchley Park in World War Two.
Fake news can sometimes very closely mimic real news. Zoe Kleinman looks at how you can spot it.