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Charging ahead

Image caption Sushila Devi and her e-rickshaw From battery-powered delivery trucks and rickshaws, to Formula E racing cars, electric vehicles are entering the mainstream. But will a lack of investment in charging infrastructure hold the market back?In 2015 single mum Sushila Devi was struggling to make ends meet and didn't even have the money to...

Fortnite: Ninja won’t play with female gamers

Image copyright Getty Images Tyler "Ninja" Blevins has revealed that he doesn't "play with female gamers" out of respect for his wife.The US gamer and husband of fellow streamer Jessica "JGhosty" Blevins has suggested that it could lead to rumours regarding him and the women he's playing with. He says "the only way to avoid that is...

Sainsbury’s supermarket goes ’till-free’

Image copyright Sainsbury's Supermarket chain Sainsbury's is trialling its first "till-free" store, in which shoppers do not need to queue for a staffed or self-service checkout.Instead, customers can scan goods with a smartphone and put them straight into a bag.When they have finished shopping, their payment is processed by the phone.One industry expert suggested UK supermarkets had...

Why some computer viruses refuse to die

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Be careful, malware that never dies is still roaming the net There are zombies on the internet - odd, undead lumps of code that roam endlessly seeking and finding fresh victims to infect that help keep the whole ugly horde staggering on, and on.Most of these shambling data revenants...

Natural Cycles: Do pregnancy prevention apps work?

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Can technology make you a better footballer?

With the new Premier League season underway, Click looks at the technology that could help you improve your game.There are robotic legs that mimic your shots, a smart football tracked by an app while you perform drills and an augmented reality kit to teach you the rules of the game.See more at Click's website and @BBCClick.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-45033503

Drunken Facebook message aids Llandudno man’s battle

Image caption David Evans said he was left in debt after his dad died A drunken message on social media very rarely solves your biggest problems.David Evans' family was in debt and facing a "bureaucratic nightmare" after the death of his 56-year-old father in Germany, with no will in place.One night Mr Evans, from Llandudno,...

Tesla’s Elon Musk faces investor lawsuit

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Elon Musk has complained before about "negative propaganda" Elon Musk's bombshell announcement that he is thinking of taking the electric car company Tesla private has landed him a lawsuit from unhappy investors. The American entrepreneur said on Tuesday that de-listing from the stock exchange could be the "best path forward"...

Ruby Rose exits Twitter amid Batwoman casting backlash

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Ruby Rose in an interview on US television last week Actress Ruby Rose has deleted her Twitter profile amid a backlash over her casting as Batwoman in a TV series.The Australian, who describes herself as "gender fluid", confirmed last week she would play the first openly lesbian superhero lead.Many...

Elon Musk says Saudis back Tesla buyout

Image copyright Getty Images Elon Musk has outlined his plan to take Tesla private and said he discussed financing the deal with Saudi Arabia.The founder of the electric car maker also indicated that he would need to raise far less than the $70bn it has been estimated he would need.In a blog post, Mr Musk said that...