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Twitter tags Trump tweet with fact-checking warning
This is the first time the social media giant has said President Trump's tweet could be misleading.
Facebook shareholders try to block encryption plan
A groups of investors is concerned the social network could become a haven for child exploitation.
Coronavirus: Apprentice star's ads banned over Covid-19 claims
Watchdog said Revival Shots had suggested its rehydration sachets could help treat the disease.
Coronavirus: NHS app paves the way for 'immunity passports'
"Passports" showing individuals' health status could become the next front for fighting the pandemic.
Coronavirus: First Google/Apple-based contact-tracing app launched
A Swiss contact-tracing app gains a limited release but may be overtaken by a Latvian effort.
Google deletes millions of negative TikTok reviews
Angry users had flooded the app with one-star reviews over a controversial video.
Huawei: What would happen if the UK ditched the Chinese firm?
Officials are taking another look into Huawei, but the Chinese firm warns against a 5G ban.
Covid-19 brings remote medicine revolution to the UK
Doctors are finding new ways of working including reviewing patients' scans and X-rays at home.
Coronavirus: Hairdressers offer virtual appointments in lockdown
Salons are giving advice via video chat apps to help people style and colour their hair at home.
Drone to deliver masks to Scottish island
During a two-week trial, the unmanned aircraft will deliver supplies to the Isle of Mull.
Formula E driver disqualified for gamer swap-in
Formula E driver Daniel Abt is disqualified and ordered to pay £8,900 to charity for getting a professional gamer to compete under his name in an official esports race.
How Coronavirus lockdown made a 'Zoom boom' generation
Digital transformation has advanced two years in just two months, says Microsoft.
Could coronavirus kickstart more accessible tech?
Video calling has risen during the pandemic but for some disabled people it also brought challenges.
Coronavirus: Could these social distancing hacks make it to market?
People around the world are inventing their own gadgets and designs to adhere to social distancing.
Coronavirus: The 3D artists helping fashion through Covid-19
British artist Harriet Davey is among the CGI artists creating virtual models for fashion shows.
Drones help to plant seedpods and other tech news
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best technology news stories.
Robot dog tries to herd sheep
The Spot robot was designed for search and rescue - but may find work in the farming industry.
What's it like using the Covid-19 contact tracing app?
Isle of Wight resident Megan Mackney describes using the Covid-19 contact tracing app.
Find out which masks offer the most protection and why
You may have heard the term N95 but what does it mean and why are some masks rated higher than others?
The surfing simulator that sank without trace
How a maverick scientist held the first esports championships in 1985 with his revolutionary surfing game but could not make his innovative ideas a commercial success.
Coronavirus: How do we record history in the internet age?
People's coronavirus experiences in Wales are being documented, using WhatsApp and Facebook messages.
Get ready for the 'holy grail' of computer graphics
Ray tracing produces stunning lighting effects but has been too complex for computers, until now.
Mental Health Awareness: Keeping your screen time healthy
There's no escaping screens, but here's how to steal some time back from them.
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