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The comments come as the US has pressured its allies to exclude China's Huawei from their 5G networks.
The film First Man has been Oscar nominated in the best visual effects category.
BBC Click’s Paul Carter looks at some of the best tech news stories of the week.
The futuristic squad-based shooter faces stiff competition from lots of established titles, say experts.
Internet Watch Foundation says regulation of social networks could have "unintended consequences".
For people buried in an avalanche, it's a race against time. Could a drone find you sooner?
Hasbro and Nestle also cut ties over fears paedophiles are leaving comments next to videos of children.
How Ninja has gone from a high of 200,000 Twitch subscribers to around 30,000 in only 10 months.
Marc Cieslak looks at Metro Exodus, the first-person shooter video game developed by 4A Games.
Several big firms pull ads after they appear next to sexualised comments left on children's videos.
The handset-maker wows with its phone-tablet hybrid, but many struggle to get over its price.
Samsung unveils its smartphone with a folding screen, but the price will likely put most people off.
The "luxury" foldable-screened phone can run up to three apps at once when opened up into tablet mode.
The BBC's Rory Cellan-Jones goes hands-on with the new phones in Samsung's Galaxy range.
A complaint says Facebook should have told users of their data being downloaded from private groups.
Different views about the threat posed by the Chinese firm pose risks to the intelligence alliance.
The decision comes after social media use by soldiers raised national security issues.
In a table of 77 countries, the UK ranked 35th for download speeds, a report finds.
The app Superpersonal can capture a user's face and movements to create a realistic moving image.
Cyber-crime gangs are injecting their own code on to websites to steal payment data, an annual study suggests.