The maker of the Pokemon Go video game, Niantic, says it will cut a quarter of its workforce as the gaming industry faces a slowdown in demand after downloads surged during the pandemic. Read more
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If you want to watch your favourite streamer, chances are you'll jump on Twitch. But is that about to change? Read more
Facebook owner Meta has launched a virtual reality (VR) subscription service as it tries to make that part of its business profitable. Read more
Chinese-made surveillance cameras are in British offices, high streets and even government buildings - and Panorama has investigated security flaws involving the two top brands. How easy is it to hack them and what does it mean for our security? Read more
Meta has said it will begin to restrict news on its platforms to Canadian consumers after parliament passed a controversial online news bill. Read more
Australia's cyber watchdog has called on Twitter, which is owned by multi-billionaire Elon Musk, to explain its handling of online hate. Read more
US President Joe Biden has called Chinese President Xi Jinping a dictator at a fundraising event in California. Read more
Discrimination is a more pressing concern from advancing artificial intelligence than human extinction, says the EU's competition chief. Read more
Regulators in the US have asked a judge to block Microsoft from completing its $69bn (£56bn) purchase of Call of Duty publisher Activision Blizzard. Read more
Thousands of Reddit communities have "gone dark" as part of a protest by users over how the site is being run. Read more