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Updated: 17 min 40 sec ago
Researchers find a software security flaw that could easily be abused by hackers.
Marc Cieslak looks at how Virgin Orbit plans to launch its rockets from a plane.
The audit highlights Facebook's failures on hate speech, voter protection, and more.
Research has shown an estimated million children have no adequate access to devices or the internet.
Dubai has extradited "mrwoodbery" and "hushpuppi" to the US to face cyber fraud charges.
About 100 videos of an offensive song were viewed more than six million times before it took action.
The latest controversy around Huawei has shone a spotlight on the murky world of Chinese espionage.
The H.266 standard was developed by Apple, Microsoft and Huawei, but faces competition.
The service has been delayed for two years but is now being rushed out to help in the coronavirus crisis.
The light show in South Korea also reminded people to wash their hands.
The project will start in Birmingham and gradually extend to other areas of the country.
US Secretary of State hints that Chinese apps - like TikTok - could be targeted.
Firms join others in saying they are not currently complying with government requests for user data.
The move by the short-form video app comes after China imposed its new security law on the city.
Kate Russell has tips on where to watch Broadway musicals, opera and top comedy performances online.
Landlords are hoping cleaner, more convenient and more intelligent offices will tempt back workers.
There's been a lockdown gaming boom – but in Iran it's been difficult to stay connected.
His wealth is now estimated to be $171bn (£137bn), having made billions during the pandemic.
Some foreign students may need to move to a university with in-person classes to stay in the US.
Twitter and Telegram also put a halt to processing data requests, but Apple has not commented.