BBC News - Technology
BBC News - Technology
Jack Dorsey and Elon Musk agree on bitcoin's green credentials
But their opinions are not shared with those more cynical about the cryptocurrency's impact.
Call of Duty: Warzone goes back to the 1980s
The much-anticipated third season is released, resetting the title to a 1980s-based storyline.
Signal slams Cellebrite security company over alleged security holes
Messaging-app Signal's boss alleges a wave of embarrassing errors in a rival company's software.
Taiwan authorities look into Apple supplier hack
Unreleased Apple product blueprints claimed to be among hackers' haul.
Met Office and Microsoft to build climate supercomputer
The Met Office will work with Microsoft on a supercomputer which will help model climate change.
Jaguar Land Rover to suspend output due to chip shortage
Britain's biggest carmaker to suspend output at two factories because of global semiconductor shortage.
AI unlocks ancient Dead Sea Scrolls mystery
"Cutting edge technology" reveals how scribes foiled modern scholars with one of the Biblical texts.
Google and Apple attacked on app store 'monopoly'
Republican and Democrat senators criticise Apple and Google for alleged anti-competitive behaviour.
TikTok loophole sees users post pornographic and violent videos
TikTok says it is fighting to stop a trend exposing users to explicit and shocking material
MI5 joins Instagram to bust martini-drinking stereotypes
The service's first post says the secret to successful spying is to "consider all angles".
Amazon is opening a hair salon in London
The salon will use augmented reality to show styles and colours on clients before they have their hair done.
EU artificial intelligence rules will ban 'unacceptable' use
An outright ban on some AI systems, such as "social scoring" by governments, is proposed for the EU.
The One and Only Ivan: How we brought the animals to life
MPC's animation director and VFX supervisor explain how they made the film's effects.
Shanghai Auto Show: Five electric car brands to look out for in China
Robin Brant talks through five companies showcasing electric vehicles at the Shanghai Auto Show.
Will NFTs change how we buy our homes?
“Tokenisation” could change how many people can own a property and speed up transactions.
A look at some of the infamous moments at tech events over the years.
Live events mean unexpected things can happen - especially when technology is thrown into the mix.
Stadia, GeForce Now, Xbox and PS Now put to the test
Google's Stadia, Nvidia's GeForce Now, Xbox Cloud Gaming and PlayStation Now are put to the test.
Is it the end of the line for landline phones?
Four million homes have dropped their fixed line phones since 2000 a trend which may see a post-pandemic boost.
Could electric tattoos be the next step in body art?
Researchers are experimenting with thin, flexible circuits that can be transferred to the skin.
Amazon: How one cancer patient's story helps explain the Alabama union vote
Carla Jonson's story helps explain how Amazon won last week's union vote in Alabama.
How product placements may soon be added to classic films
Getting consumer goods in shot is big business for movies and TV series, and items can now be added digitally.
Smaller and better smartphone cameras are on the way
Smaller and more powerful lenses promise to bring even better smartphone cameras.
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