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The ride-sharing app could be banned in Germany if it does not make changes to its processes. Details...Facebook to stop using phone numbers to recommend 'friends'
The social network has been criticised for putting two-step authentication details to other uses. Details...'I want my chemotherapy to help others touched by cancer'
BBC Click reporter LJ Rich, who is undergoing 10 sessions of treatment, shares her experiences. Details...Facial recognition fails on race, government study says
The US government report looked at nearly 200 facial recognition algorithms from a range of companies. Details...Three million homes have access to full-fibre broadband
But "a long way to go" to make it available across UK, says one analyst. Details...Robert Downey Jr launches YouTube doc featuring AI baby
The original series sets out to explain and demystify artificial intelligence technology. Details...Google goes offline after fibre cables cut
The tech giant's services were among those temporarily unavailable in eastern Europe on Thursday. Details...Airbnb is not an estate agent, EU court rules
Airbnb will not need an estate agent licence to operate as it is an "information society service". Details...Apple, Google and Amazon decide to 'play nice' over smart home tech
Apple, Google and Amazon team up to ensure smart home devices work regardless of the voice assistant used. Details...YouTube's top earners: Eight-year-old Ryan tops list with $26m
Ryan's World is ranked number one for the second year in a row. Details...5G: Is it worth getting a new phone?
Rory Cellan-Jones puts 5G to the test in various spots in London - is it worth getting a 5G phone? Details...Blind Harry Potter fan reads again thanks to smart camera
A girl who went blind is able to read again after being given a camera that reads for her. Details...How Cuba’s digital revolutionaries are fighting for change
A year after Cuba’s government allowed 3G on the island, we follow three activists using the internet to drive rapid change. Details...World Drone Racing Championship Final
The World Drone Racing Championship Final has taken place in China, and some pretty impressive skills were on display. Details...Dare to Dream: The organisation getting women into aviation
Captain Phatsima founded Dare to Dream, an organisation trying to get women into aviation. Details...Modelling breakthrough for soft robots and other news
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the week's best technology stories. Details...Star Citizen: Is this £200m game becoming too ambitious?
In development since 2012 Star Citizen wants to build an entire universe for game players. Details...Tech trends 2020: New spacecraft and bendy screens
From new spacecraft to bendy screens, what to watch for in tech in 2020. Details...Digital isolation: The vulnerable people left behind
Many essential services are moving online, leaving the most vulnerable people unable to access them. Details...Why India shuts down the internet more than any other democracy
India shut down the internet 93 times this year, and a blackout in Kashmir is the world's longest. Details...What's the best colour lighting for sleep?
Contrary to popular belief, the blue light from screens might not be that bad, researchers say. Details...How charity apps may be making us more generous
There are more ways than ever to give to charity - so are these innovations spurring our generosity? Details...General election 2019: Viral videos about the NHS dominate the digital campaign
Videos about the NHS received the highest views and shares on social media platforms. Details...Where the money is really made at Amazon
Amazon's cloud computing business has been a big hit, but faces some big challenges as its boss explains. Details...
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