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OK Beeb: BBC voice assistant will learn regional accents
A male northern voice is the BBC's initial choice for its voice assistant, in the testing phase.
Google takes down app that removes Chinese software
Remove China Apps was developed by an Indian company, amid rising tension between the two nations.
Android: Why this photo is bricking some phones
An atmospheric landscape photograph set as wallpaper seems to confuse the handsets.
Is your boss spying on you as you work from home?
Demand for software which monitor employees has surged in the US in recent weeks.
Google in $5bn lawsuit for tracking in 'private' mode
The search engine giant says it is upfront about what data is collected when users browse incognito.
Facebook's Zuckerberg accused of setting dangerous precedent over Trump
Civil rights chiefs say they are "disappointed and stunned by Mark's incomprehensible explanations".
Indian app hunts out Chinese software on phones
Remove China Apps was developed by an Indian firm, amid rising tension between the two nations.
PlayStation 5 and Call of Duty events delayed due to US protests
Civil unrest in the US has also caused Google to delay showing off the next version of Android.
George Floyd protests: Twitter bans over #DCBlackout hoax
A "blackout" that never happened and a fake "left-wing" account are among those banned.
US challenges 'unfair' tech taxes in the UK and EU
The investigation will look at plans for new digital taxes in 10 jurisdictions, including the UK.
Grindr removes 'ethnicity filter' after complaints
The LGBT app says it has a "zero-tolerance policy for racism" and will remove the filter.
‘Why I recreated my local pub in virtual reality’
Tristan Cross taught himself how to make the 3D models from scratch by watching YouTube videos.
SpaceX Nasa Mission: Astronaut capsule docks with ISS
Nasa astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken have successfully docked with the ISS after 19 hours in orbit.
A Raspberry Pi robot with emotions and other tech news
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
Coronavirus: 'I built a memorial to my grandfather on Animal Crossing'
One young woman used popular game Animal Crossing for her family tradition of Bai San.
Keeping fit in lockdown: Apps and sites which could help
Kate Russell looks at the online tools and guides helping motivate you to take exercise.
Coronavirus: What's it like to be laid off over Zoom?
Being made redundant is rarely pleasant, but is it worse finding out via a video call?
Asia's fishermen and farmers go digital during virus
Farming communities in South East Asia are embracing online selling for the first time during lockdown.
Zoom sees sales boom amid pandemic
The pandemic has opened up new opportunities for the video conference company.
The little lights now packing a deadly punch
LEDs already light our houses but developments are making them even more powerful.
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.
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