Low-paid repetitive jobs most likely to be replaced by robots and computers over the next 20 years
A need-to-know round-up of the essential tech stories that broke this week
Children under six should not be allowed to view 3D films and games, French watchdog recommends
Experts recommend a range of techniques to help iPhone users protect against malicious WireLurker software
The government has announced a new online system which some campaigners claim is an ID card by stealth
After disappointing sales for its predecessor, critics say Advanced Warfare will be a huge hit
What can AR do for us? While we wait for Magic Leap to reveal its secrets, here’s the current reality
The big tech companies must work with governments to stop terrorists, says head of UK spy agency
She argued that the image was a violation of her privacy and modesty and could put her in danger
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Google is developing a pill containing nanoparticles and a wristband to diagnose diseases in the body
As Twitter stock dropped by 8 per cent, analysts say three key changes can halt the downward trend
The Queen makes history by tweeting about the opening of an exhibition at the Science Museum
Founder of Facebook apologises to audience for his 'terrible Chinese' before holding full Q&A in Mandarin
Reviewers praise Google Inbox for its 'clever ideas' but some find the new app simply 'overwhelming'
Once the world's largest mobile handset maker, Nokia's brand has now been ditched by Microsoft
Hendo prototype can hover above ground but it is not ready for the moves of Marty McFly just yet
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