Culture Watch: A Crowded Bus All To Myself

From smartphone screens to virtual realities — the experience of the digital lifestyle obscures reality

Android security: ?Google will pay $1,000 for holes in these top apps

Google brings the bug bounty vulnerability research model to Android apps in the Play Store.

Lupita Nyong'o accuses Harvey Weinstein of harassment

The Oscar-winning actress is the latest to make claims about the producer.

Obama and Bush decry Trump-era politics

The two former US presidents voiced concern about the current political climate in the US.

Nokia partners with AWS on cloud migration, 5G and IoT strategies

Nokia and AWS will collaborate across the development of 5G and IoT strategies, while also working to accelerate and improve enterprise migration to cloud and use of SD-WAN services.

Boeing invests in autonomous flight technology maker Near Earth Autonomy

The companies will additionally explore the development and application of products in areas such as urban mobility.

Telstra announces Pixel 2 pricing

Telstra will be throwing in a free Google Home Mini device for its Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL customers, with the telco on Friday unveiling its pricing for the new Google smartphones.

100 Women: The male movie star campaigning for women's rights

Farhan Akhtar is not only massive in the movie world, he's also the founder of a movement to get men to support women's rights.

The space where women tell stories of abusive relationships

Thousands of women from France have been speaking out about the abuse they've experienced in their relationships.

Going undercover to catch train harassers

BBC 100 Women go undercover on the Tube with British Transport Police officers catching offenders.

100 Women: Why I chose #MeToo for my sexism experiment

BBC 100 Women contributor Roya Ramezani was painting #MeToo hours before the Weinstein story broke.

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

How badly are women represented in China's Communist Party and how does it compare?

Mexican comedian brings stand-up to female prisoners

How comedy workshops are helping inmates in Mexico's notoriously dangerous jails.

Japan's 'living artwork' invents new fashion style

Minori reinvented a Japanese street fashion style eight years ago that now has a worldwide following.

Africa's top shots: 13-19 October 2017

A selection of the best photos from across Africa and of Africans this week.

India's first complete transgender couple are hoping to marry

Sukanyeah and Aarav met at a gender reassignment clinic. Now they're planning a wedding.

Even heavyweight boxers rely on their mums

Olympic boxer Joseph Joyce gets inspiration from his adventurous mum, Marvel, who is blind and about to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.

Ubuntu Linux will never be the same after version 17.10

The latest version of Ubuntu Linux is here with the GNOME desktop as its new interface, as Ubuntu bids adieu to its own takes on the Linux desktop.

Women's Ashes 2017: What happened after England won the World Cup?

As England begin their bid to regain the Women's Ashes, the players reveal what has happened since they won the World Cup.

The woman who taught us about chimps

Famed primatologist Jane Goodall is the subject of a new documentary that includes recently unearthed footage from her explorations in Africa.

US senators respond to 'average' politicians' face photo

The BBC has created an image combining all members of Congress. What does Capitol Hill think of the result?

Agribusiness and utilities lead IoT adoption in Brazil

Other sectors struggle to see the return on investment, says study.

Blue Origin Test Fires the Most Powerful New American Rocket Engine in Decades

Built with mostly private money, the BE-4 could be used to build multiple rockets, including ULA's Vulcan and Blue Origin's own New Glenn.

Atlassian beats Q1 expectations with revenue up 42 percent

The collaboration and productivity software company saw its subscription revenue grow 69 percent.

Chipmakers find new ways to move forward

Moore's Law is slowing at a time when new applications are demanding more muscle. The solution is to offload jobs to specialized hardware but these complex, heterogeneous systems will require a fresh approach.

MongoDB's successful IPO reflects its differences with traditional open source

Day one of trading was good for MongoDB. The company has grown with a developer-friendly platform, a unique open source model, and an ability to poach workloads from the Oracles and SQL Servers of the world. The looming challenge is how it navigates coopetition with its frenemies in the cloud.

A Florida Company Is Selling Soviet MiG Fighter Jets in Prime Condition

You can have a MiG-29 for the low low price of $4.65 million dollars.

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