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Tackling the "grey noise" of potentially malicious web traffic is a full-time job for IT teams.
Apple announced new services across some of their apps at a conference in Cupertino, California.
The tech giant confirmed it was focusing on online services, rather than devices, at a live event.
Slow speeds and poor value for money top lists of complaints about big UK broadband providers.
In England, the jobs of women, the young and part-time workers are most at risk from automation.
Hewlett-Packard sues Autonomy founder Mike Lynch for almost £4bn over 2011 sale of his company.
A look back at the highs and lows from the first 10 years of dating app Grindr.
Pope Francis hosts discussions on the future of robotics and ethics at the Vatican in Rome.
Software designed to prevent cyber-attacks had a bug that could have let hackers get at machines.
The self-driving shuttle will be available to workers at a large site in Brooklyn.
Questions have been asked about whether all the 3m signatures on the petition are genuine.
Facebook says concerns raised about data-scraping were not related to the previously reported scandal.
BBC Click's Omar Mehtab looks at some of the best tech news stories of the week.
The firm's public stock offering is expected in the coming months and may be one of the biggest in 2019.
New technologies are helping track the provenance of food throughout the supply chain.
Developers working for Facebook logged the passwords in plain text as they wrote code for the site.
The gang behind the net TV services offered access to hundreds of channels in 30 countries.
The boss of mobile operator Three said he was confident the Chinese firm was not a threat to customers.
The updated flagship headset has sharper displays but still needs to be tethered to a PC to work.
Data is being shared with companies, including Amazon and Google, a study of popular apps finds.