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The latest smartphones might be delayed due to disrupted supply chains and shoppers staying at home.
Outer Wilds and Disco Elysium both win three golden masks at this year's Bafta Games Awards.
The new system realistically fills short gaps in conversations where drops previously occurred.
The firm will freeze all new feature development to concentrate on fixing security and privacy issues.
European Court judges that Amazon is not responsible for a Marketplace seller's trademark infringement.
Despite a social media shout-out for rainbow artwork, the NHS has asked people to share their pictures online only
MPs should take part in PMQs and debates via video if they can't return to work, says Sir Lindsay Hoyle.
The changes will apply to users in the US, UK, and Germany.
The Bafta Games Awards will be the first major awards to take place during social distancing rules.
A group is calling for a change in regulation so drones can spray disinfectant in public places
China is using its high tech system to tackle the outbreak, but is the state interference justified?
Think before you share and check the source are among the tips the public is being urged to adopt.
Customers complained that they had been left unable to access their accounts on Wednesday.
An effort is also under way to help European countries deploy virus-alert apps by mid-April.
The New York attorney general has written to the videoconferencing company about its security measures.
From taking temperatures remotely to helping with hand washing, robots are helping with healthcare.
Hackers hijacking Zoom meetings to shout abuse is on the rise as more people talk virtually.
The iPhone maker will shut down the Android and Wear OS versions of the app in July.
More than 1,000 people volunteer to help make face shields for front-line workers.
Security experts back owner's assertion that chat app is not hacking other products.