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The Church signed up to the future of AI - an ethical one - along with Microsoft and IBM.
The retail giant is removing fake cures and tackling unreasonable price hikes amid public concern.
Plague Inc. puts users in control of a disease which they must develop into a global pandemic.
BBC Click’s Soila Apparicio looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
The West Midlands gigabit switch-on is the largest in the UK, says Virgin Media, but comes at a price.
Oil drilling and construction is creating a din for sealife - new tech is hoping to turn the volume down.
Reality shows in China have found creative ways to keep going while people are urged to stay home.
Sister company Sidewalk Labs must explain why it has chosen digital solutions over non-digital ones.
First Amendment rights do not force YouTube to host or promote videos, a court rules.
Many law-enforcement agencies in the US use Clearview AI's facial-recognition technology.
The iPhone maker lags behind competitors in the world's second largest mobile phone market.
Redcar council's IT systems have been down for 19 days but "significant progress" is being made.
An Apple employee died after his semi-autonomous Tesla hit a concrete barrier.
A New York City mural to deceased YouTuber Etika becomes a point of interest in video game Pokemon Go.
The device, designed to schedule pets' food and control portions, appears to have been offline for seven days
London's police chief says privacy risks are much smaller than "a knife through the chest".
During a troublesome protest or tricky election, some countries just cut the online cord.
3D printing is meeting some of the ambitions touted when the technology emerged 20 years ago.
Carrot uses phone data to measure braking and acceleration - but some say it often fails to work.
Ofcom testing of the UK's 5G network finds radiation is at a "tiny fraction" of safe levels.