Hopes that a new science centre at one of Britain's most secret sites will inspire next generation.
The tech giant admits its "carbon negative" goal is ambitious.
The site owners were ordered to pay $12.8m in damages to 22 women who appeared in videos it published.
The European Commission wants time to work out how to prevent the technology being abused.
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
Social network orders the Spinner to stop targeting its users with "disguised" ads.
India's Supreme Court rejects telecom operator's plea for relief on government levies.
Understanding usage by children is key to studying potential harms and benefits, psychiatrists say.
How much more efficiency can be wrung out of the jet engine - technology which is over 70 years old?
The six-month trial will see 10 electric taxis in Nottingham given hardware to charge while waiting.
European Parliament members want all tech giants to adopt a single universal charging method.
US officials are reviewing a civilian drone programme because of concerns about Chinese infiltration.
There are considerable challenges to developing reliable 5G networks across Africa.
The tech giant pledges to remove all the carbon it has emitted since its founding in 1975.
Students shared tips on how to remove the barnacle device on social media.
Mojo Vision has revealed its new lens which puts augmented reality in front of your eyes.
A top court rules the country's censorship of Wikipedia violated freedom of expression.
Lawmakers heard testimony on the risks of facial recognition programs which are largely unregulated.
Sain Records' Apton app says it is "difficult" to compete with major corporations like Spotify.
Social network apologises for allowing the use of discriminatory ad keywords it had meant to ban.