BBC News - Technology
BBC News - Technology
Microsoft president: Don't move fast and break things
Microsoft's president urges other tech firms to accept responsibility for the effects of their work.
YouTube stars rattled by verification changes
YouTube will remove the "verified" status from many video-makers' channels.
Huawei Mate 30 phones launch without Google apps
Handsets will offer Facebook's apps via Huawei's own store but are not pre-loaded with Google's.
Tech entrepreneurs call for more government regulation
Tech insiders say we cannot trust companies like Google and Facebook to regulate themselves.
Hackers get chance to target US satellite
The US Air Force will allow selected hackers try and take over an orbiting satellite.
Conservative Party targets over-45s with Facebook Brexit ads
Political parties’ Facebook ad campaigns are gearing up ahead of any election, BBC News research reveals.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos promises climate-change action
The chief executive says Amazon will buy thousands of electric vehicles and become carbon neutral by 2040.
Fish waste-based alternative to plastic wins Dyson Award
MarinaTex is an alternative to the single-use plastics such as those used in sandwich packets.
Huawei: Microsoft president seeks end to US tech ban
The US company's president warns of a "digital iron curtain down the Pacific Ocean".
Airbnb plans to list shares next year
The home rental site's floatation is expected to be one of the highest profile market debuts of 2020.
Robotic fish to scare invasive species and other news
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
The robot that cleans floors and tells jokes
More than 100 fully autonomous cleaning robots are coming to Singapore this year, made by local manufacturer Lionsbot. Ella's job is cleaning the floors at the National Gallery.
The debate over facial recognition technology
Some MPs have called for UK police and companies to stop using live facial recognition for public surveillance.
Rebellion's Sniper Elite VR game previewed
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak plays a demo of the latest version of the World War II sniping simulator.
How bacteria could make fashion more eco-friendly
A new process to dye clothes using bacteria could bring environmental benefits.
Colour-changing ink allows objects to swap designs
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
The work experience you can do in your pyjamas
Big companies are offering internships via the internet, but are they a valuable experience?
The cheat hackers 'ruining' gaming for others
The use of cheats is a major problem in video games and it’s becoming increasingly lucrative as esports take off. We meet a teenage hacker’s making thousands.
Pokemon: 'Ash Ketchum failing for 22 years taught me being a loser is OK'
The world's most popular Pokemon trainer, Ash Ketchum, achieves the goal he set for himself in 1997.
Tech-savvy stamp collectors energise an old hobby
Technology is helping stamp collectors to share their passion and keep rogue operators at bay.
Algeria protests: how disinformation spread on social media
How social media became an information battleground for anti-government protesters and Algeria's rulers.
The former soldier who aims to build a $50bn firm
Shachar Bialick says his special forces background drives his success in business.
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