Facebook finds bug exposing users' photo...
Facebook finds bug exposing users' photos
Facebook said on Friday it has discovered a bug that may have affected up to 6.8 million people who used Facebook login to grant permission to third-party apps to access photos.
Exercising to help the environment while improving your health
A franchise of gyms in London use energy-generating spin bikes to give electricity back to the grid. It's just one of the ways that daily exercise can incorporate eco-friendly behaviour - as Katie Gregory has been finding out.
Apple to build $1 billion Texas campus
Apple said on Thursday it would spend $1 billion to build a second campus in Austin, Texas that will house as many as 15,000 workers, amid a broader push by many U.S. companies to create more jobs at home.
Remote control desert test drive simulates a day at the office for next Mars rover
A team of scientists in England have practised controlling a Mars Rover 1000 miles away in Spain, simulating operations on the red planet when it lands in 2021. Stuart McDill reports from Mission Control.
Paralysed Russian ex-pilot makes all-terrain wheelchairs in Kaliningrad
Roman Aranin overcame his disability with an eye to helping others with an all-terrain wheelchair. Dan Fastenberg reports.
Google CEO gets a tongue-lashing on Capitol Hill
Sundar Pichai, Google's CEO, faced skeptical lawmakers on Capitol Hill, especially House conservatives who accused the tech giant of skewing search results against them.
Your cat can read your gaze
Ethologists in Budapest have conducted a study that examined for the first time whether cats can follow human gaze and interpret it correctly. Sarah Charlton reports.
Space drones could revive dying satellites
Fleets of 'space drones' could soon be deployed to breathe new life into dying satellites, says the UK-based company which aims to send up its first drones in 2020. Matthew Stock reports.
'Cheating' gorillas show clever puzzle-solving
Gorillas at Bristol Zoo Gardens in England demonstrate a distinctly human trait while attempting to solve a new puzzle game - cheating. Matthew Stock reports.
First 3D-printed motorbike unveiled
German firm BigRep says it's produced the first fully functioning motorbike make using a 3D printer.