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Will Africa's governments and consumers have to choose between using US and Chinese technology?
BBC's Megha Mohan finds out why voice assistant technologies often have female voices.
No companies have been fined in the first year of tough new data laws, despite a sharp rise in breaches.
Samsung makes a moving Mona Lisa from a single photo using AI technology.
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some the week's best technology stories.
City set up GMail accounts to thwart hackers but Google suspended them, fearing spammers were at work.
A Falcon-9 rocket launches from Florida, packed with 60 satellites capable of giving users on the ground high-speed connections to the internet.
The California firm launches the first spacecraft in its multi-billion-dollar broadband project.
Huawei could feature in a US-China trade pact despite being "very dangerous", says the US president.
Critics say the social media giant has allowed its platform to be weaponised during elections on the continent.
Five tech trends shaping the beauty industry
Mark Zuckerberg hits back at calls to break up Facebook, as it reveals it removed a record number of hateful posts.
The hack has disabled government email and payments to city departments, with no end in sight.
A top Chinese diplomat tells the BBC there could be "substantial" repercussions if the UK bars Huawei.
From January, new DJI drones will be able to detect nearby planes and helicopters.
The two titles break local gambling laws that prohibit giving players random rewards in "loot boxes".
Chinese company is dealt an "insurmountable" blow as chip designer says it must comply with US trade ban.
A group of investors had sought to stop the firm providing its Rekognition system to police.
The Irish Data Protection Commission will look into whether Google's Ad Exchange system is GDPR-compliant.