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A petition organised by a charity for blind people asks for the BBC to roll back their decision.
The government is expected to make a decision about the Chinese technology giant on Tuesday.
Provider Openreach aims to connect 227 rural communities in the next 14 months.
Do you think you can tell what is real and fake? BBC presenter Radzi Chinyanganya tries out the latest techniques.
Grace Harvey reveals the mixed emotions she had after walking for the first time in a robotic suit.
Activision Blizzard esports leagues are moving from Twitch to YouTube.
Content moderators review hundreds of disturbing images each day for social media sites.
In a world first, Marc Cieslak interviews the creator of Watch Dogs: Legion inside his own game.
Police say the short-term deployments will check watchlists of suspects wanted for serious crimes.
Media giants such as Google have been outspoken opponents of the legislation.
Four companies are seeking a judicial review of the decision to scrap age verification plans.
Sir Nick Clegg did not acknowledge WhatsApp security flaws in a BBC interview.
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
The move comes after criticism over the lack of safety features offered by dating apps.
More and more companies are promising privacy online and an alternative to the big internet firms.
The company said it was sorry for the confusion caused by plans to stop sending updates to legacy speakers.
Two crashes prompted an investigation into safety standards, which is now complete.
Deepfakes, or computer-generated images of people, can be dangerous for democracy, warn experts.
Some members of the European Parliament want all phone-makers to adopt a universal port.