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The actor was just three weeks into filming a new TV show when it was shut down due to Covid-19.
Social media firms need to do more about harmful eating disorder content, say campaigners.
A hotly-anticipated game release brought tears to some purely because of its options menu.
The new "exposure notification" tool is part of an update to iPhone and Android operating systems.
After months of work the UK has ditched the way its current coronavirus-tracing app works. So what went wrong?
A misleading video with a fake CNN caption posted by the US president is tagged by Twitter.
The run-up to its developer conference has been marked by a revolt from its developers.
Twitter says that, unlike a previous ban, Ms Hopkins has been removed from the platform for good.
Apple says the UK government has not spoken to it about plans to develop a new "hybrid" tracing app.
The hugely popular franchise is expected to take full advantage of the power of next-gen systems.
The follow-up to one the last decade's biggest games arrives - and pushes the envelope again.
The government and institutions are under threat from a "sophisticated" actor, PM Scott Morrison says.
Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple have done well during lockdowns, but are they getting too big?
The tech giant says a campaign ad featuring a red triangle used in Nazi Germany violated its policy.
Government now intends to launch an app in the autumn but it may still lack contact-tracing tech.
DC characters such as Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman may star in new story-led podcasts.
The company's cloud-computing division says it fended off a flood of data over a three-day period.
The UK's data protection watchdog warns victims may be deterred from reporting crime.
Bespoke content from English Heritage and the University of Cambridge will be available on the app.
The coronavirus pandemic means sporting events having to take place behind closed doors.