Champions League: English clubs narrowing the gap, says Phil Neville

English clubs are "narrowing the gap" on Europe's elite in the Champions League, says ex-Manchester United defender Phil Neville.

Malta journalist death: 'My friend has been killed'

A friend of murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia on her death and corruption in Malta.

Diversity in technology 2017: Guy Armitage, CEO, Zealous

In this video from Computer Weekly’s 2017 diversity in technology event, Armitage shares a journey through the mind, types of thought and how businesses have harnessed the power of curating teams to excel in their work.

Diversity in technology 2017: Guy Armitage, CEO, Zealous

In this video from Computer Weekly’s 2017 diversity in technology event, Armitage shares a journey through the mind, types of thought and how businesses have harnessed the power of curating teams to excel in their work.

MongoDB to raise $192m in IPO at $24 a share

The company is expected to trade on the Nasdaq this week.

ZTE estimates 36.6 percent increase in profit for first three quarters of 2017

Revenue for the first three quarters of the year increased an estimated 7 percent year on year to 76.6 billion yuan.

?OAIC received 114 voluntary data breach notifications in 2016-17

The office led by Information and Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim received 114 voluntary data breach notifications, 35 mandatory digital health data notifications, and 2,494 privacy-related complaints during the 12-month period.

DeepMind AlphaGo Zero learns on its own without meatbag intervention

The latest iteration of DeepMind's Go-playing AI has taught itself and bested other versions of AlphaGo.

Algeria's Said Chitour - spy or journalist?

The family of an Algerian journalist arrested on espionage charges is desperately trying to secure his release.

Australian-made 3D-printed sternum and rib cage implanted into NY patient

A New York woman previously diagnosed with a rare bone cancer has received a 3D-printed sternum and rib cage produced by the CSIRO and Anatomics.

Brexit: How are the talks really progressing?

After five rounds of talks, the two sides are making competing claims about progress. How much has really been made?

Japan's snap election explained

Shinzo Abe is banking on his rebounding popularity and his opposition in disarray.

'Death Island': Britain's 'concentration camp' in Russia

British soldiers opened the first concentration camp in Russia in 1918, during World War One. To locals it was known as "Death Island".

100 Women: The pink bus designed to protect women from harassment

Authorities in one city in Turkey have put pink women-only buses in service, designed to protect female passengers from harassment.

Myanmar Rohingya: What you need to know about the crisis

Who are they, why are they fleeing from Myanmar and what is the international community doing?

Monitoring DR Congo's deadly Nyiragongo volcano

Mahinda Celestin's eruption predictions are so good that locals panic if his family leaves town.

How Europe's borders have changed over time

How Catalonia's bid for independence could change the map of Europe.

?House of Reps committee ponders taxation on the blockchain

With the emergence of blockchain potentially requiring the government to find other means of tracing the income and assets of organisations and individuals, a House of Representatives committee has toyed with the idea of the ATO heading down the distributed ledger path.

Still photographs spring to life

New software animates still photos so that subjects can be made to smile and pull expressions.

The Chinese blockage in the global waste disposal system

A ban on the import of waste in China is about create a major blockage backing up through the global waste disposal system

What does China's congress think of Kim Jong-un?

Getting views on Kim Jong-un proved quite a challenge for our correspondent at the Communist Party Congress.

NSA won't say if it knew about KRACK, but don't look to this leaked doc for answers

Given how the NSA has tried to hack anything it can, many looked to one top secret leaked document for answers.

NSA won't say if it knew about KRACK, but don't look to this leaked doc for answers

Given how the NSA has tried to hack anything it can, many looked to one top secret leaked document for answers.

Rohingya killed 'house by house'

Refugees continue to pour into Bangladesh, adding to the world's fastest-growing humanitarian crisis.

US girl banned from First Communion ceremony for wearing suit

Cady Mansell loves suits and wanted to wear one to her First Communion. But her church didn't agree.

Adobe targets 20 percent revenue growth for FY 2018

The company's total addressable market will amount to about $83 billion by 2020, executives plan on telling financial analysts on Wednesday.

eBay's Q3 narrowly beats expectations

eBay's shares fell after hours despite the generally in-line results.

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