Elon Musk wins defamation case over 'pedo guy' tweet about caver Tesla's founder did not defame a UK caver who helped in the Thai cave rescue, a US jury finds. Sweden's Ericsson to pay over $1bn to settle US corruption probe The telecoms giant has agreed to pay to resolve bribery allegations, the US justice department says. 'How smart home tech helps me live independently' Specially designed tech is allowing Adam, who has Down's syndrome, to live without in-home carers. NHS e-health systems 'risk patient safety' The use 21 separate electronic record systems in NHS hospitals across England 'could lead to errors'. General election 2019: Labour pledges to electrify UK bus fleet It wants to electrify UK buses by 2030, but the Tories say Labour would "scrap vital new roads". General election 2019: Reddit says UK-US trade talks document leak 'linked to Russia' The papers had their first wide burst of attention when unveiled in the election campaign by Labour. Heavy fine for Chinese firm over unlicensed game The company, which has not been named by authorities, has been fined 700,000 yuan (£75,800). Kashmir users kicked off WhatsApp A four-month internet blackout in the region means accounts are classed as inactive and shut down. Uber had 6,000 US sexual assault reports in two years The figures come as the ride-hailing company is under intense pressure globally over safety issues. Chinese residents worry about rise of facial recognition A study by a Beijing-based body indicates many are worried about their biometric data being hacked. DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman switches to Google The man behind controversial Streams app is to join Google to develop AI solutions. Apple iPhone 11 Pro 'can override location settings' The phone maker denies any privacy flaw despite evidence locations are tracked even if set otherwise. Rory Cellan-Jones: Reporting the news with Parkinson's The BBC's technology correspondent shares how he manages Parkinson's in the workplace. Electric eel lights up Christmas tree and other news BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best technology stories of the week. Lotus Evija: The £2.2m electric hypercar The Lotus Evija goes into production next year and Click gets a look at what drivers can expect. Facebook's Zuckerberg rare interview inside home The Facebook CEO, alongside his wife Priscilla, also stressed the company should not be broken up. Jet suit man flies off Royal Navy ship and other news BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the week's best technology news stories. Blocked TikToker: I don't believe app's explanation for device ban The maker of a video accusing China of abuse of the Uighurs rejects TikTok's explanation for blocking her. Bug busters: The tech behind new vaccines A revolution in the way vaccines are developed is raising hopes of faster protection from deadly infections. How China-US rivalry is dividing the internet Will the rivalry between China and the US accelerate the division of the internet into two halves? Amazon: What does 'peak season' mean for employees? The technology company is resisting calls for its staff to join unions, but do they need to? What happens inside a fridge recycling plant What happens to your old fridge when it's time to replace it, the BBC's Dougal Shaw reports. Goo Hara and the trauma of South Korea's spy cam victims Goo Hara's death shows it's often the victims of spy cams who are punished the most. How to make phone batteries that last longer A breakthrough in battery technology would be an engineering triumph and spur to other technologies. Twitter: 'My boyfriend died but I still like to read his tweets' Adam Parker says it's "good news" that Twitter is going to create a way to memorialise accounts.