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UK and European 5G network rollouts will certainly be delayed during the pandemic, Huawei says.
Study describes how app would alert citizens if someone they came into contact with tests positive.
Social networks usually leave world leaders’ posts alone - but the pandemic is changing that.
Kate Winslet, Matt Damon, Jennifer Ehle and Laurence Fishburne post public service announcements.
The company says claims it exposed users data were part of a commercial smear campaign.
How to avoid some of the pitfalls of teleconferencing and how it is changing the way we meet and do business.
The 170 repaired machines had been in storage since the H5N1 bird flu outbreak of the mid-2000s.
Two California-based start-ups confirm they have used the conference-call app to lay off staff.
Coronavirus pandemic prompts removal of UK broadband data caps on fixed-line connections.
Thousands of the devices, which deliver oxygen to the lungs without needing a ventilator, could be made.
A rapid response unit is working with social media firms to take down misleading or harmful content.
Engineering firms say the UK may not have all the ventilators it needs when virus infections peak.
More than 100 YouTubers appear in a video message encouraging people to stay at home.
Amazon, Google, Palantir, Microsoft and Faculty AI will help decision-makers better understand the crisis.
With the coronavirus lockdown bringing normal nightlife to an end, some enterprising DJs are going online.
A team took a week to design an emergency-use ventilator out of 3D-printed parts
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the best tech stories of the week.
New York has the highest number of coronavirus cases in the US and a shortage of ventilators.
After trade from business stops, food and drink wholesalers are launching online home deliveries.
Europol is warning that online child abusers are preparing to take advantage of more unsupervised kids online.