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BBC News - Technology
Your data and how it is used to gain your vote
How much is really known about the data bought by political parties, and how it is used?
Balenciaga to unveil new collection in video game
The fashion house is following rivals in finding innovative ways to showcase their lines.
Algorithms: Public sector urged to be open about role in decision-making
Officials must understand limits of computer models and risks of bias, government advisory body says.
Manchester United will not say if they have received ransom demands over cyber attack
Manchester United will not say if they have received ransom demands over the cyber attack on the club last week that forced them to shut down their systems.
Rural broadband: Where has all the money gone?
Network and service providers ask why the government's £5bn for rural broadband has been slashed.
Black Friday: Why bots will beat you to in-demand gifts
Black Friday and Christmas shopping are here - but it may be harder than ever to snag what you want.
Utah monolith: Internet sleuths got there, but its origins are still a mystery
The metal monolith sits deep in a desert easy to get lost in, so officials did not reveal its location.
AWS: Amazon web outage breaks vacuums and doorbells
Smart-home owners are left without service as an AWS outage breaks device functionality.
Why are Scottish ministers selling a superyacht?
The 25m vintage yacht was found in storage at the nationalised Ferguson shipyard.
Why don't Facebook and Apple like each other?
Relations between the two companies are at an all-time low.
UK to impose new rules to limit tech giants' power
The Competition and Markets Authority will stop major firms from abusing their market dominance.
How sunshine can make the railways greener
The railways in the UK, Australia and India getting power from the sun in different ways.
‘My electric car is helping to power my home’
OVO Energy's trial allows some electric car owners to turn their vehicles into mini power stations.
Could these headphones give you a better night's sleep?
Lara Lewington looks at some of the latest wearable sleep devices.
Brain imaging technology designed for babies
Scientists demonstrate a scanning device that will make it easier to study the brain.
iPhone 12, Pixel 5 and Mate 40 Pro cameras put to the test
BBC Click puts four of the latest phones - including the iPhone 12 and Pixel 5 - to the test.
The photographers capturing buildings and biscuits in 3D
Photographers are scanning landmarks in stunning 3D detail and putting them on the internet. Why?
Edith Whiskers: How an imaginary gran got millions of Spotify streams
The strange story of a chart topping cartoon nan and her TikTok success.
New aircraft spy opportunities amid aerospace woes
Start-up firms target regional routes around the world with quiet, cheap electric aircraft.
The film crews being directed from a continent away
The pandemic has led to a big rise in remote filming, with directors miles away from the set.
Wands revive memories of the smart home dream
Lights, heating and fridges were all supposed to be internet connected, but it never really happened. Why?
Climate change: Can sending fewer emails really save the planet?
UK officials are reportedly considering asking us to stop sending "thanks" emails - but why?
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