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BBC News - Technology
Zuckerberg: Advertisers will be back to Facebook 'soon enough'
Facebook's chief dismisses claims in leaked comments that the ads boycott poses a financial threat.
PS5 and Xbox Series X: Video game NBA 2K21 to cost more on new consoles
2K Games is the first publisher to reveal it will charge more for a PS5 and Xbox Series X title.
Google's Fitbit takeover probed by EU regulators
The EU questions whether Google's takeover of Fitbit will harm competition or give it too much data.
Hundreds arrested as crime chat network cracked
Police forces across Europe collaborated on the UK's "most significant" law enforcement operation.
Loot boxes: Lords call for 'immediate' gambling regulation
Loot boxes, skins and player packs should be regulated immediately, says a Lords committee.
Ms Marvel: Trailblazing Muslim superhero goes gaming
Marvel's first Islamic superhero will play a leading role in the forthcoming Avengers video game.
Facebook flaw let 5,000 developers gather personal data
About 5,000 app developers were able to access personal data after their rights had expired.
The Rock ranks as Instagram's 'most valuable star'
Film star Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson can charge more than $1m for a sponsored post, analysts say.
E-scooters' UK speed limit 'shocks' blindness charity
Experts issue warnings about lax rules ahead of e-scooters becoming legal this coming weekend.
Katie Price calls for penalties for online abuse
The former model and reality TV star talks about her experiences as MPs launch a new inquiry.
Google buys smart glasses company North
Despite the failure of Google Glass to go mass market, the tech giant remains keen on smart glasses.
Crucible: Amazon pulls 'boring' big-budget video game
Amazon Games' first big release is put back into "beta" after bad reviews and player feedback.
The robots that can cook and serve your food
The technology that might one day transform our eating out experience.
Facebook must 'develop a conscience'
The boss of European outdoor clothing firm Patagonia warns advertising may not return to Facebook.
Electric plane's 'milestone' first UK test flight at Cranfield
The six-seater is powered by hydrogen and is said to be Europe's largest emission-free aircraft.
Robo-dolphin creates a splash and other tech news
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at the best of the week's technology stories.
Online eating disorder 'trigger' crack-down call
Social media firms need to do more about harmful eating disorder content, say campaigners.
Could a boycott kill Facebook?
As Ford, Adidas, Microsoft and HP pause ads on the social network, should Facebook be worried?
Is the hydrogen tech 'revolution' hope or hype?
Can hydrogen - a relatively clean source of fuel - help power the economy of the future?
Viewpoint: 'I feel like I was accidentally hired'
Ibrahim Diallo describes what life as a black software engineer has been like for him.
Coronavirus: How much does your boss need to know about you?
Firms are collecting a lot more information about staff as they try to contain coronavirus risks.
How Facebook scammers target people at risk of suicide
Dozens of Facebook pages claim to be selling a deadly chemical to people at risk of suicide - but it's all a fraud.
When working from home is much more than emailing
Some jobs like animating films need more than just regular internet access and robust Wi-Fi.
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