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Quibi: Why did the video app go so wrong?
The BBC speaks to three Quibi content creators on the rapid rise and fall of the Netflix rival.
Timnit Gebru: Google staff rally behind fired AI researcher
Timnit Gebru, a critic of some of the firm's policies, says she was dismissed over an internal email.
Cameo: Celebrity video app boss says age of A-lister is over
The founder of a site where fans pay for celebrity messages says stars now attract niche followings.
Tech Tent: Who wants a digital vaccine passport?
Rory Cellan-Jones explores the practical and ethical issues around digital vaccination records.
US turns up heat on China's biggest chip-maker
The US adds China's biggest computer chip-maker SMIC to a list of "Chinese military companies".
Volunteering my phone to research Covid-19 while I sleep
100,000 people are donating their smartphone power to scientists to help research into Covid-19.
Dune and Matrix 4 streaming plan prompts urgent talks from AMC cinemas
Odeon owner AMC is alarmed by Warner Bros' plan to stream films in US as soon as they hit cinemas.
Facebook sued for 'denying opportunities to US workers'
The Trump administration accuses the tech firm of favouring foreign workers in its hiring policy.
Farne Island seal pup census carried out by drone
The drone pilot says his pictures suggest it is "going to be an amazing year for the seal pups".
Covid-19: Facebook to take down false vaccine claims
The social media giant says it will delete content that promotes "imminent physical harm".
Google fired employees for union activity, says US agency
The US National Labor Relations Board files a formal complaint against Google over staff firings.
A 3D-printed mini-rover, plus other technology news
Omar Mehtab looks at some of the week’s best technology news stories.
How a robot inspired my ballet dancing
Quantum physicist Merritt Moore explains how robot technology helped her new sequences of moves.
The new ‘Nigerian princes’ of hacking?
BEC hacking is one of the most common types of cyber-attack and experts say Nigeria is its epicentre.
Brushing: When Amazon packages arrive that you didn't order
Zoe Kleinman looks at the sneaky way some sellers are trying to boost their products on Amazon.
Could Cornwall see a Lithium-ion battery revolution?
British Lithium is prospecting in the county to find economically viable seams of the element.
Cyber-warning for festive shoppers
Online shoppers are being warned of the risks of cyber-fraud during the festive season.
Web Summit: Oculus co-founder talks China and military AI
He offers his opinion on why tech firms are reluctant to work with US military.
Why Covid may mean more facial recognition tech
Facial recognition software is getting better at dealing with masks, making the tech more versatile.
Why shops are going over to the 'dark' side
Some retailers are converting stores into mini-distribution hubs in response to Covid-19.
Your data and how it is used to gain your vote
How much is really known about the data bought by political parties, and how it is used?
The tech allowing students to sit exams at home
Machine learning is helping firms across many industries more quickly solve difficult challenges.

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