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First responders have been singing the praises of what3words but some have reservations about the tech.
The move comes as part of a review launched in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
YouTube will remove the "verified" status from many video-makers' channels.
The US Air Force will allow selected hackers try and take over an orbiting satellite.
Microsoft's president urges other tech firms to accept responsibility for the effects of their work.
Political parties’ Facebook ad campaigns are gearing up ahead of any election, BBC News research reveals.
Tech insiders say we cannot trust companies like Google and Facebook to regulate themselves.
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
Big companies are offering internships via the internet, but are they a valuable experience?
The home rental site's floatation is expected to be one of the highest profile market debuts of 2020.
The consumer watchdog claims the website is still using 'pressure-selling' tactics.
The chief executive says Amazon will buy thousands of electric vehicles and become carbon neutral by 2040.
MarinaTex is an alternative to the single-use plastics such as those used in sandwich packets.
Handsets will offer Facebook's apps via Huawei's own store but are not pre-loaded with Google's.
The US company's president warns of a "digital iron curtain down the Pacific Ocean".
Some posts will now be hidden from under-18s while "miraculous" remedy posts will be banned.
The use of cheats is a major problem in video games and it’s becoming increasingly lucrative as esports take off. We meet a teenage hacker’s making thousands.
US researchers develop a tool that can detect abuse with "90% accuracy".
Some MPs have called for UK police and companies to stop using live facial recognition for public surveillance.