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Alexis Ohanian says the move was inspired by protests over the death of George Floyd.
The entrepreneur condemned the online retailer after it rejected a book about coronavirus.
The US Air Force will pit an advanced autonomous aircraft against a piloted plane in tests.
The app, first tested on the Isle of Wight, had been expected to be rolled out at the end of May.
Rail passengers will be warned if trains or stations are busy, to aid social distancing.
The app will "be running as soon as we think it is robust", a government minister says.
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
Hi-tech cleaning products are being offered to tackle coronavirus, but are they better than soap and water?
The 23 year old is charged with criminal trespass and unlawful assembly at a Scottsdale mall.
Hard-hitting testimony by medics highlights the damage being done to frontline healthcare.
Some had previously focused on coronavirus, 5G conspiracies and support for US President Donald Trump.
Use of the tag has increased as a response to the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
Jian Zihao says physical and mental health problems have caused him to quit e-sports.
Messages that appear on stolen phones suggest the authorities are also being alerted.
A study indicates that 90% of misinformation reported to Facebook and Twitter remains online.
The social network says it will drop Trump from Discover over 'racial violence and injustice'.
Amid the US civil unrest, advocacy groups are hit by attacks designed to knock them offline.
France's digital minister says 600,000 people installed the app in its first hours of release.
Remove China Apps was developed by an Indian company, amid rising tension between the two nations.
A male northern voice is the BBC's initial choice for its voice assistant, in the testing phase.