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WeChat: Judge blocks US attempts to ban downloads of Chinese app
The ban on the Chinese-owned messaging and payments apps was to come in on Sunday night.
The tech putting the beef into Australian cattle farming
Why Australia's huge farms are increasingly relying on technology to monitor their livestock.
TikTok: Trump says Oracle deal for video app 'has my blessing'
The president says the bid by Oracle and Walmart would protect the data of TikTok users in the US.
Friend challenges Facebook over Ronnie McNutt suicide video
Videos of army veteran Ronnie McNutt's online suicide are still accessible on the internet.
Satellite achieves sharp-eyed view of methane
A Canadian company debuts a powerful new capability to monitor the potent greenhouse gas.
Police launch homicide inquiry after German hospital hack
Woman dies being transferred from German hospital which is hit by hackers.
Google and Facebook under pressure to ban children's ads
An open letter from academics and politicians also targets Amazon, Apple and Microsoft.
Twitter beefs up security for US election candidates
The social network has activated password reset protections and is demanding stronger passwords.
Canada Tesla driver charged over 'napping while speeding'
Canadian police said both front seats were fully reclined as the car drove at 150km/h.
Tech Tent: ARM, TikTok and the battle for tech supremacy
Two tech giants caught up in the trade war between the US and China.
Nintendo 3DS discontinued after almost a decade
With more than 75 million consoles sold, Nintendo is finally letting the 3DS' battery run out.
PlayStation 5 matches the price of the Xbox Series X
Sony opts not to undercut its rival this time round but instead will rely on exclusives to woo gamers.
Google’s zero carbon footprint and other tech news
BBC Click’s Paul Carter reports on some of the best technology news stories this week.
Could VR help universities teach students?
With social distancing rules in place, universities are looking at new ways to educate students.
How e-commerce is exploding in South Africa
E-commerce has been one sector that has boomed in South Africa during the pandemic.
‘You get fully submerged’ - Taser training in VR
The virtual worlds helping to train and sharpen the skills of a UK police force.
'Anxiety app helped me at my new school' says Essex pupil
Maisie, 11, speaks about how a new app funded by the NHS helped her cope as she started a new school.
Super Mario at 35: 'The little plumber who defined a genre'
Battling Bowser, protecting Peach, what makes Mario magical as he celebrates 35 years?
'They used my picture and I should've got paid for it'
Some call them copyright trolls, but these companies say they defend photographers' rights.
PS5 vs Xbox Series X: How do they compare?
Who will win the console war this Christmas? We take a look at the new Xbox and Playstation.
Singapore becomes hub for Chinese tech amid US tensions
Technology firms Tencent and Alibaba are among those expanding operations amid US-China tensions.
Working from home: The rise of the DIY office
From treetops to ironing-board desks - a look at some of your creative home offices.
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