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Facebook's Oversight Board to rule on Trump ban
The new board will decide whether the former president can use Facebook and Instagram again.
Malware found on laptops given out by government
Suspicious files contacting Russian servers are thought to have been found on devices given to schools.
Gaming firms fined nearly £7m for restricting European sales
Valve and five other gaming publishers broke competition law by geo-blocking games in Europe, says the EU.
Uber: London cabbies plan to sue for damages
Thousands of the capital's taxi drivers have already signed up to the planned group legal action.
Covid-19: Amazon offers to help with US vaccine delivery
The retail giant makes the offer in a letter to the new US president Joe Biden.
Social media giants grilled on hate content
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok asked about their role in the recent violent events in Washington.
Home-school: Can you get a free laptop or cheaper broadband?
What help is there if you're trying to home-school your children without devices or data?
PS5: Restock of new PlayStations causes chaos online
Experts say automated bots are buying up the stock for resale.
Lockdown: Vodafone will not offer free access to BBC Bitesize
The company says it is not possible to ring-fence the education resource from other BBC content.
Online shoppers warned about hidden price rises
The UK’s competition watchdog launches an investigation into the technology used by online marketplaces.
Ex-Google engineer among those pardoned by Donald Trump
Anthony Levandowski won backing from some high-profile Silicon Valley entrepreneurs.
Thumb injury forces top gamer to retire at 25
Call of Duty gamer Thomas 'ZooMaa' Paparatto says he's stepping back from professional gaming.
Joe believes playing video games helps his mental health
Many argue the positives outweigh the negatives when it comes to gaming and mental health
CES 2021: Smart sport kit put to the test
Can a virtual reality cricket bat and bluetooth-connected baseball improve your form?
Racism in education: How 'truth pages' helped students fight back
'Truth pages', where students share their experiences of racism, have been on appearing on social media since the killing of George Floyd.
Johan 'N0tail' Sundstein: Inside the world's richest e-sports player's mansion
Johan "N0tail" Sundstein has earned more than $7.4m (£5.4m) in prize money to date.
CES: Tech to control your devices remotely
Omar Mehtab tries a wristband that allows you to control your laptop and a smart fitness ring.
How to investigate a firm with 60 million documents
Artificial intelligence helped investigators in a daunting examination of Airbus's business.
Are women let down by period trackers?
Millions of women use apps to track their menstrual cycle, but many say they do not work well enough.
A wristband that tells your boss if you are unhappy
Technology to help our mental wellbeing has grown in popularity during the coronavirus lockdowns.
Protecting fragile ecosystems from lithium mining
More lithium is needed to supply the electric car market, but can it be produced in a sustainable way?
Silencing Trump: How 'big tech' is taking Trumpism offline
Within days tech giants have moved to "deplatform" the president and some of his supporters.
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