World Athletics Championships 2017: Timetable, main events & BBC TV times

Will Wayde van Niekerk break the 400m world record – again? Timetable and day-to-day guide for the World Championships in London.

World Athletics Championships 2017: Pole vault skills, flamingos and day three funnies

Watch the weird and wonderful moments from day three of the World Athletics Championships, including pole vault skills, dabs and flamingos.

Google employee’s anti-diversity memo prompts company rebuke

(Reuters) – Two Google executives criticized a memo that circulated late last week at the company from an unnamed engineer suggesting that there were “biological causes” for underrepresentation of women in technology and leadership.

10 Members of Congress rake FCC over the coals in official net neutrality comment

 How and to what extent the FCC should regulate the internet has been a hot question for years, and the present administration is proposing to eliminate the 2015 Order that created net neutrality rules. But Congress isn’t going to take that lying down: 10 Representatives who helped craft the law governing the FCC itself have submitted an official comment on the proposal ruthlessly… Read More

A smartwatch won’t fix what’s broken with Fitbit

 Fitbit’s Q2 earnings could have been worse. Unlike Q4 of last year, the company didn’t use the opportunity to announce that it would be laying off six percent of its staff. Still, things are bad. As we pointed out earlier in the week, the company’s stock price is little more than 10 percent of its 2015 high. Read More

World Championships 2017: Tori Bowie claims 100m gold in thrilling final

American Tori Bowie claims the women’s 100m title by one-hundredth of a second at the World Championships.

World Athletics Championships 2017: Tori Bowie wins dramatic 100m on line

American Tori Bowie wins 100m gold in dramatic fashion as Olympic champion Elaine Thompson slumps to a shock fifth at the World Athletics Championships.

Commonwealth Bank says ‘coding error’ explains alleged money-laundering breaches

SYDNEY (Reuters) – The Commonwealth Bank of Australia said on Monday a software “coding error” was responsible for the “vast majority” of the anti-money laundering law breaches it was accused of last week.