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Coronavirus: Google reveals travel habits during the pandemic

It will regularly provide updates as to what types of places people are going to during the outbreak.

Coronavirus threatens the next generation of smartphones

The latest smartphones might be delayed due to disrupted supply chains and shoppers staying at home.

Bafta Games Awards: Outer Wilds wins Best Game

Outer Wilds and Disco Elysium both win three golden masks at this year's Bafta Games Awards.

Zoom boss apologises for security issues and promises fixes

The firm will freeze all new feature development to concentrate on fixing security and privacy issues.

Google uses AI to enhance video call audio

The new system realistically fills short gaps in conversations where drops previously occurred.

Amazon wins trademark battle over Davidoff perfume

European Court judges that Amazon is not responsible for a Marketplace seller's trademark infringement.

Coronavirus: How China's using surveillance to tackle outbreak

China is using its high tech system to tackle the outbreak, but is the state interference justified?

Amazon Prime allows in-app purchases for Apple users

The changes will apply to users in the US, UK, and Germany.

How Bafta is hosting games awards in lockdown

The Bafta Games Awards will be the first major awards to take place during social distancing rules.

How robots have joined the battle against coronavirus

From taking temperatures remotely to helping with hand washing, robots are helping with healthcare.

The cello playing robot and other tech news

BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the best tech stories of the week.

Coronavirus lockdown: Clubbers go online for music

With the coronavirus lockdown bringing normal nightlife to an end, some enterprising DJs are going online.

Huawei P40 Pro: Hands-on with the new flagship

Huawei reveals its new smartphones - but they lack Google's apps and services.

Coronavirus: Frozen birthday party saved by Zoom video chat app

Thirty children took part in a virtual video chat celebration for a self-isolated four-year-old.

Houseparty: How safe is Epic Games' video chat app?

Security experts back owner's assertion that chat app is not hacking other products.

'The phone slipped into the bath': Conference call tales

How to avoid some of the pitfalls of teleconferencing and how it is changing the way we meet and do business.

Coronavirus: The sports turning to gaming during lockdown

From boxing to Formula 1, sports are reinventing the way they are played during coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus: Here's how you can stop bad information from going viral

Experts are calling on the public to practise ‘information hygiene’ to help stop the spread of falsehoods online.

Coronavirus: What are ventilators and why are they important?

The lives of some Covid-19 patients may depend upon medical ventilators - here are the basics of how they work.

Step-by-step guide: How to video call your family

This guide will show you how to make and receive video calls on a variety of devices.

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Coronavirus: How China's using surveillance to tackle outbreak

China is using its high tech system to tackle the outbreak, but is the state interference justified?

How robots have joined the battle against coronavirus

From taking temperatures remotely to helping with hand washing, robots are helping with healthcare.

The cello playing robot and other tech news

BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the best tech stories of the week.

Coronavirus lockdown: Clubbers go online for music

With the coronavirus lockdown bringing normal nightlife to an end, some enterprising DJs are going online.

Huawei P40 Pro: Hands-on with the new flagship

Huawei reveals its new smartphones - but they lack Google's apps and services.

Coronavirus: Frozen birthday party saved by Zoom video chat app

Thirty children took part in a virtual video chat celebration for a self-isolated four-year-old.

Remote working: Seven tips for successful video meetings

Workplace consultant Guenaelle Watson gives seven tips for better video meetings.

Coronavirus: Joe Wicks keeps children fit with online PE classes

The fitness guru is running free online classes every weekday for children.

Robo-chef cooks noodles in Tokyo and other tech news

Paul Carter looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.

Facial recognition: Artists trying to fool cameras

A group of protesters are angry about the use of facial recognition cameras by police in London.

Game-playing robot admits mistakes, plus other news

BBC Click’s Kitty Knowles looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.

Coronavirus: How to clean your smartphone safely

Here's how to clean your device effectively using household soap and water.

How to sign a digital document

Signing a digital document can be cumbersome if you have to print it to sign it and then rescan it.

Life and struggle after YouTube fame

Dax was one of YouTube's first stars, but 13 years later, few people remember his name. Can a vlogging legend seize glory again?

The app keeping Friday night dinners alive

Millennials have been called 'the loneliest generation' - but one app is trying to tackle that problem for young Jews.

Click News: Warehouse robots work together in trial

BBC Click’s Soila Apparicio looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.

Half-Life: Alyx - Hands on with Valve's virtual reality game-changer

After a long wait, the highly-anticipated sequel is about to launch - and could be VR's killer app.

Criminals on CCTV: Scammers caught red-handed

The man who hacked into a criminal call centre to expose scammers at work.

St Oswald's hospice patients get 'magical' robot assistance

The remote-control robot is helping children at a Newcastle hospice.

Computer inside the heart aims to aid treatment

A new tiny computer injected into the body could help millions of people suffering from heart failure.

Robots gain lessons in hot dogs and other tech news

BBC Click’s Paul Carter looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.

The man who can make music with his mind

Academic and electronic musician Bertolt Meyer has hacked into his prosthetic arm and connected it to his synth.

Huawei Mate XS: Hands-on with the folding phone

BBC Click's Chris Fox tries out the folding Huawei Mate XS for the first time.

Skin-detection software could improve smartphone security

TrinamiX has developed a facial recognition software that they say could provide better security.

The doctors and lawyers giving advice on TikTok

The BBC meets the medics and lawyers across America who are using the app to help educate the public.

The fake 'kitchen hacks' with billions of views

Kitchen hacks and baking videos are hugely popular on YouTube - but do all the tips actually work?

Samsung Z Flip: What's the point of the foldable phone?

Vloggers and selfie addicts may like the new form-factor, but does it do enough to justify its price?

West Africa's first drone corridor has opened in Njala

West Africa's first drone corridor, in Njala, could transform Sierra Leone's healthcare.

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