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Huawei: ARM memo tells staff to stop working with China’s tech giant
Chinese company dealt "insurmountable" blow as chip designer says it must comply with US trade ban.
EE to launch UK's first 5G service in May
EE will be first to market with 5G in the UK in six of the country's major cities.
Amazon set for facial recognition revolt
Investors are to vote on whether the firm should continue selling its facial ID tech to the police.
Female-voice AI reinforces bias, says UN report
Female-voiced AIs are portrayed as "eager to please", suggesting women are "subservient" says study.
Bleach peddled as 'miracle' autism cure on YouTube
An investigation by Business Insider led the site to take down most - but not all - of the videos.
US warns of threat from Chinese drone companies
The alert raises concerns that the Chinese government might gain access to confidential data.
Drone flown 'within 150ft' of passenger jet off Essex coast
The jet's pilots spotted the drone flying directly above them at high speed, a report said.
European elections 2019: Change UK increases Facebook ad spend
Change UK has spent more than £60,000 in the past week on the platform, while UKIP spent under £100.
Artificial intelligence diagnoses lung cancer
AI appears better than specialist doctors at diagnosing the disease from lung scans, say researchers.
Google changes policy on abortion advertising
Advertisers will be made to disclose whether they provide abortions before running ads in the US, UK and Ireland.
If a house was designed by machine, how would it look?
This house was designed using algorithms and machines. They chose complex, organic-looking forms.
Driverless cars: Cambridge University model cars 'talk' to avoid jams
Researchers say it shows driverless cars working together could improve traffic flow by at least 35%.
Playing Tetris by committee with multiple players
How a revamped Nintendo controller allows eight people to control a game simultaneously.
Nasa plans first woman Moon mission and other news
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
Could facial recognition cut crime?
The Metropolitan Police trialled the tech to identify people wanted by the police or the courts.
When misinformation online leads to death threats
Three stories of what happens when false information is spread about you on social media sites.
How computing's first 'killer app' changed everything
Technology reshapes the workplace in much subtler ways than simply robots stealing jobs.
Huawei's Android loss: How it affects you
Google's move to end business ties with Huawei will affect current devices and future purchases.
Minecraft: 10 years on, what's next?
Ten years since Minecraft was first released, we've had a sneak peek at what the next ten years hold.
Are barcodes the way to protect dementia patients?
How technology and community support is keeping people with dementia in Japan safe.
The pun-loving computer programs that write adverts
AI-powered advertising copywriters are coming, but can they be taught to be as inventive as humans?