BBC News - Technology
'Hackers burned my hand with computer virus'
Student's computer overheated after it was hit with a "crypto-jacking" attack.
Twitter hides Trump tweet for 'glorifying violence'
For the first time, Twitter has hidden a tweet on the president's profile behind a warning.
PlayStation 5: Sony confident coronavirus won't change release plans
The CEO of PlayStation reveals how it's responded to coronavirus as it prepares to release the PS5.
Glastonbury Council plays down link to 'anti-5G' device
Glastonbury report insists recommendation of 5GBioShield came from committee member - not council.
BBC orders review of social media use by staff
The former director of global news at the BBC will examine online posts from programmes and staff.
Thousands of TalkTalk users hit by internet problems
Firm says the issue is now resolved after customers across the UK reported connection difficulties.
Facebook dominates cases of recorded social media grooming
About 55% of the online offences logged by police in England and Wales were on a Facebook-owned app.
Trump signs executive order targeting Twitter after fact-checking row
The US president's move follows a decision by Twitter to add a "fact-check" notice to his tweets.
A Raspberry Pi robot with emotions and other tech news
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
The little lights now packing a deadly punch
LEDs already light our houses but developments are making them even more powerful.
Myka Stauffer: Backlash after YouTubers give up adopted son
Myka Stauffer says her son's behaviour became too difficult but critics accuse her of exploitation.
Coronavirus: France set to roll out contact-tracing app before UK
One minister has compared the UK and France's outlier approaches to their nuclear deterrent effort.
Uber destroys thousands of bikes and scooters
Videos of the red bikes being crushed were shared online after Uber sold its Jump business to Lime.
Keeping fit in lockdown: Apps and sites which could help
Kate Russell looks at the online tools and guides helping motivate you to take exercise.
Drone drops off Isle of Mull coronavirus masks
Trials of delivery by drone are taking place on the Isle of Mull on Scotland's west coast.
Find out which masks offer the most protection and why
You may have heard the term N95 but what does it mean and why are some masks rated higher than others?
Huawei: What would happen if the UK ditched the Chinese firm?
Officials are taking another look into Huawei, but the Chinese firm warns against a 5G ban.
Coronavirus: Hairdressers offer virtual appointments in lockdown
Salons are giving advice via video chat apps to help people style and colour their hair at home.
Could coronavirus kickstart more accessible tech?
Video calling has risen during the pandemic but for some disabled people it also brought challenges.
How Coronavirus lockdown made a 'Zoom boom' generation
Digital transformation has advanced two years in just two months, says Microsoft.
Coronavirus: Could these social distancing hacks make it to market?
People around the world are inventing their own gadgets and designs to adhere to social distancing.
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