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When malicious hackers disable a business and demand a ransom, why do many firms pay up?
Iran gamers have reportedly received messages saying they can't play the game because of the US government.
A lawyer, who won his case over a three-week blackout, is to return to court on behalf of other Sudanese.
The gamer, who has a strong following on YouTube, has now not been seen for five days.
Fake messages could cause widespread panic, the researchers who uncovered the flaws say.
Lax security at a Nasa lab let a hacker lurk on the agency's network for almost a year, says report.
The mobile network sent 2.5 million messages to customers about its app and handset upgrades.
Sir Nick Clegg says Facebook found no "significant attempt" by outside forces to sway the 2016 vote.
A Norwegian aluminium producer is recovering after hackers took thousands of computers offline and demanded a ransom.
The winner of Elon Musk's global learning award warns that children's data should be protected.
The messaging app has investors piling in on hopes it can replace email for workplace communication.
Computers for Riviera Beach have been locked up for more than three weeks following the attack.
The supermarket uses image recognition tech at checkouts to detect when items have not been scanned.
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
Pensioner Ted Waight gives his verdict on a sell-out immersive virtual reality exhibit which is about to begin a global tour.
Apple says US plans to impose more tariffs on Chinese goods would hurt its "global competitiveness".
Air travel accounts for 2%-3% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Are electric engines an answer?
The Israeli firm Eviation unveils a plane which can travel over 600 miles on battery power alone.
The messaging app firm, valued between $15-$17bn, has taken an unusual route to the stock market.
A scheme hoping to stop under-18s stumbling across adult content was due to come into force in July.