Devices that merge machines with the human brain need to be investigated, a study has said.
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A new survey shows that more young Americans tend to favor legalizing abortion than do their older counterparts.
The Chinese government says it plans to "curb and regulate" the use of facial recognition technology and other apps in schools.
Google has been accused of using hidden webpages that are assigned to users to provide more information to advertisers about their every move online.
Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong have been turning to a new app to communicate - one that does not use the internet and is therefore harder for the Chinese authorities to trace.
PayPal suspended an account used to raise funds by one of the US's largest white supremacist groups six days after it was first flagged by an anti-bigotry campaigner.
Just under half of UK parents, 49%, think their child's school should ban mobile phones, a survey by price comparison site uSwitch suggests.
An anti-groping device aimed at tackling sexual harassment on public transport has been launched in Japan.
Apple has apologised following revelations that it paid third-party workers to listen to voice recordings of Siri users.
Google has shut down 210 channels on YouTube it said were part of a "coordinated” attempt to post material about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.