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Algeria protests: how disinformation spread on social media How social media became an information battleground for anti-government protesters and Algeria's rulers.
Posted: 16 September 2019 | 6:08 pm - Click title for full story
Tech-savvy stamp collectors energise an old hobby Technology is helping stamp collectors to share their passion and keep rogue operators at bay.
Posted: 16 September 2019 | 6:05 pm - Click title for full story
Police officers raise concerns about 'biased' AI data Law enforcers fear they will be told to unfairly target some groups because of past prejudices.
Posted: 16 September 2019 | 12:20 pm - Click title for full story
Body scanners to screen London commuters for weapons Passengers are scanned as they walk through Stratford station, in the "battle against knife crime".
Posted: 16 September 2019 | 10:23 am - Click title for full story
BBC to switch off red button text in 2020 Viewers will no longer be able to read headlines, football scores, weather and more on TV sets.
Posted: 16 September 2019 | 10:20 am - Click title for full story
Muslim website defends Home Office funding The SuperSisters platform, for young Muslim women, says it has retained full control over its output.
Posted: 16 September 2019 | 8:09 am - Click title for full story
BBC ready for TV's 'second wave of disruption' BBC boss Lord Hall will say in a speech the arrival of new streaming services will change the game again.
Posted: 16 September 2019 | 7:40 am - Click title for full story
Data on almost every Ecuadorean citizen leaked The massive database of personal information was found on an unsecured cloud computer, researchers say.
Posted: 16 September 2019 | 6:16 am - Click title for full story
How bacteria could make fashion more eco-friendly A new process to dye clothes using bacteria could bring environmental benefits.
Posted: 16 September 2019 | 2:48 am - Click title for full story
App that cancels subscriptions launches in UK The virtual card automatically protects people from being charged at the end of a free trial period.
Posted: 16 September 2019 | 2:09 am - Click title for full story
Casey Viner: Teenage US gamer jailed over deadly 911 hoax Casey Viner, 19, ordered the prank call after an argument while playing Call of Duty.
Posted: 15 September 2019 | 8:44 pm - Click title for full story
The former soldier who aims to build a $50bn firm Shachar Bialick says his special forces background drives his success in business.
Posted: 15 September 2019 | 6:31 pm - Click title for full story
Facebook removes altered Conservative advertisement The Tories "misused" the platform when they changed the headline on a BBC News story, the company says.
Posted: 14 September 2019 | 10:40 am - Click title for full story
Little Mix's Jesy Nelson doc: Online bullying and what to do about it What can you do if you're being cyber-bullied? Hannah Adams, from Jesy Nelson's new doc, tells us.
Posted: 14 September 2019 | 3:41 am - Click title for full story
The hobbyists competing to make AI human The Loebner Prize, one of the few real-life Turing Tests, comes to Swansea this weekend.
Posted: 13 September 2019 | 6:46 pm - Click title for full story
Instagram fact-check: Can a new flagging tool stop fake news? Users can now flag false Instagram content to fact-checkers but experts believe there is more to do to fight disinformation.
Posted: 13 September 2019 | 6:21 pm - Click title for full story
Colour-changing ink allows objects to swap designs BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
Posted: 13 September 2019 | 4:49 am - Click title for full story
High-tech ways to keep employees happy Companies offer gym deals and cycle schemes - but how do they know if these are what staff want?
Posted: 12 September 2019 | 6:26 pm - Click title for full story
How virtual reality is helping people with dementia Virtual reality is being used to help people with dementia revisit their past.
Posted: 12 September 2019 | 6:17 pm - Click title for full story
Why your smart meter may not be so smart after all Nearly a third of all energy companies fitting smart meters are still installing old technology.
Posted: 12 September 2019 | 6:07 pm - Click title for full story
How tiny satellites could transform weather forecasting CubeSats can provide a more affordable alternative to conventional satellites.
Posted: 12 September 2019 | 9:03 am - Click title for full story
iPhone 11: Will Apple's latest phones capture India's growing market? The iPhone 11 is likely to help Apple consolidate in one of the world's only growing smartphone markets.
Posted: 11 September 2019 | 5:00 am - Click title for full story
What happens if you fall asleep in a self-driving car? If you fall asleep in a self-driving car, it will try to wake you - then stop, which could be in the fast lane. Thatcham Research wants regulation to prevent this danger.
Posted: 10 September 2019 | 6:35 pm - Click title for full story
iPhone 11 Pro: Hands-on with Apple's new devices The BBC's Dave Lee tries out a slow-motion selfie on the iPhone 11.
Posted: 10 September 2019 | 5:27 pm - Click title for full story
The bizarre fabrics that fashion is betting on Amid a growing backlash against fast fashion, firms are looking at new fabrics from mushrooms and pineapples.
Posted: 9 September 2019 | 6:00 pm - Click title for full story
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Links on web pages are there to be clicked on, right? Well, yes, but, you might want to think twice before clicking on links to things other than web pages, such as files with unfamiliar extensions and familiar extensions such as EXE (PC executable files). This is because your browser might try to automatically bring up the associated helper application in order to read/view/print (whatever the default action is for that file type) the file you clicked on, even when you want to just download it. For example, clicking on an EXE file might cause your browser to first download it and then automatically execute it (and by doing so possibly infect your computer with a computer virus). If you are not sure what you are about to click on, try Right Clicking on that link and selecting [Save as...] (or similar action). This way you will simply download the file without executing it or running its default viewer.
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