BBC News - Technology
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BBC Click's Marc Cieslak look at some of the best technology stories of the week.
The BBC's technology correspondent shares how he manages Parkinson's in the workplace.
A revolution in the way vaccines are developed is raising hopes of faster protection from deadly infections.
They allegedly stole billions worldwide and conducted work for a Russian intelligence agency.
A study by a Beijing-based body indicates many are worried about their biometric data being hacked.
The man behind controversial Streams app is to join Google to develop AI solutions.
Stormzy's Vossi Bop topped the charts in the UK, but Latin Pop ruled around the world.
A firm that helps Goldman Sachs and Uber find flaws in their code has its own defences hacked.
The Home Office is deploying remotely-piloted aircraft to search the English Channel.
The phone maker denies any privacy flaw despite evidence locations are tracked even if set otherwise.
The Chinese company filed the case after it was labelled as a security threat by Washington.
The Lotus Evija goes into production next year and Click gets a look at what drivers can expect.
Vernon Unsworth tells a court that he felt "ashamed" after the Tesla founder dubbed him "pedo guy".
British engineers test technologies that will be needed to bring samples of Martian rock to Earth.
Police say the gadget can restrain people without force, amid scrutiny of law enforcement tactics.
A Christmas ad for the exercise bike firm has been mocked on social media as being "out of touch".
The photo-sharing network says it wants to protect young people by asking for their date of birth.
China's telecom giant has come under fire for its treatment of ex-employee Li Hongyuan.
The chief executive of Google is now in charge of its parent company Alphabet.