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HarmonyOS: Hands-on with Huawei's rival to Android
BBC Click's Chris Fox explores what Huawei's new operating system can do.
18.06.2021 - 13:56

Facebook tests ads in virtual reality headsets
The ads will appear in only a few games at first as the firm assesses users' reactions.
18.06.2021 - 14:35

Police to crack down on drones flown dangerously
Anyone flouting the rules faces having their drone confiscated, being fined or even imprisonment.
18.06.2021 - 02:08

ICO watchdog 'deeply concerned' over live facial recognition
The Information Commissioner says the technology could be used "excessively or even recklessly".
18.06.2021 - 02:09

TikTok owner ByteDance sees its earnings double in 2020
China's biggest technology companies have been coming under increasing scrutiny both at home and abroad.
18.06.2021 - 07:07

How market research reveals what you really think
By sifting and analysing huge amounts of data, market researchers say they can find out what's on your mind.
18.06.2021 - 01:37


The relatives frozen in time on Google Street View
People are sharing ways in which the mapping tool has accidentally connected them with dead relatives.
17.06.2021 - 14:59

Chip shortage addressed by US-EU tech alliance
The partnership will also see working groups looking at emerging technologies such as AI.
17.06.2021 - 14:09

Pornhub videos: Women sue, alleging lack of consent
More than 30 women say private or non-consensual videos of them were uploaded to the site.
17.06.2021 - 23:58

Chloe Khan and Jodie Marsh rapped by watchdog
Lucy Mecklenburgh and Chloe Ferry were also named by the Advertising Standards Authority for failing to disclose ads.
17.06.2021 - 10:51

Nuclear energy: Fusion plant backed by Jeff Bezos to be built in UK
Canadian company General Fusion is set to build a $400m fusion demonstrator near Oxford.
17.06.2021 - 13:48

Flight of the Sky Lion: 'Like VR but without the headset'
The new experience is a wonderful and complex mix of creativity and technology, BBC's LJ Rich says.
17.06.2021 - 12:39


Today at E3: Halo returns and Starfield first look
Today at E3: Halo returns and Starfield first look
14.06.2021 - 06:56


Simulated robot performs realistic acrobatics and other news
BBC Click's LJ Rich looks at the best technology news stories of the week.
11.06.2021 - 12:42


How tech could help create 'music prescriptions'
Jen Copestake looks at a number of projects which are focused on technology, melodies and health.
10.06.2021 - 19:10

Could ‘super-agers’ help explain how we get old?
Silicon Valley companies are researching why some people age more slowly than others.
10.06.2021 - 12:36


Why cyber gangs won't worry about US-Russia talks
Plans to tackle ransomware hackers starts on shaky ground with a disagreement over who is responsible.
16.06.2021 - 22:53


Tech firms use remote monitoring to help honey bees
From Ireland to Israel, companies are coming to the aid of the environmentally critical insect.
14.06.2021 - 01:11


Why it's the end of the road for petrol stations
Many petrol stations will close over the next 20 years, accelerating the shift to electric cars.
11.06.2021 - 01:05


How cow poo is powering crypto mining
One company is trying to persuade small-scale renewable generators to mine crypto currency.
09.06.2021 - 05:56


'I can speak freely and use swear words as I see fit'
The rise of email "newsletter" providers that allow writers to directly connect with readers.
10.06.2021 - 01:12


E-bike sales boom despite high prices and confusing rules
Electric bike sales are soaring, despite high prices and confusing rules over their speed and power.
08.06.2021 - 03:31