Parents' evenings are likely to remain virtual beyond the pandemic, the government's education catch-up tsar has said.
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TikTok is facing a legal challenge from former children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield over how it collects and uses children's data.
There remains "little association" between technology use and mental-health problems, a study of more than 430,000 10 to 15-year-olds suggests.
The use of facial recognition for surveillance, or algorithms that manipulate human behaviour, will be banned under proposed EU regulations on artificial intelligence.
Telehealth has been around for years but never really took off - until the Covid-19 pandemic. As US health centres had to close their doors, seeing a doctor online became a real alternative to the in-person visits of old.
A collaborative effort between Chinese police and gaming giant Tencent has led to the closure of what police say is the biggest ever video-game-cheat operation.
Facebook, Twitter and Google have been urged by a US lawmaker to ban a dozen people who it is claimed are spreading the vast majority of disinformation about Covid vaccinations.
Peloton has warned parents to keep children away from its treadmills after the death of a child.
A theme park dedicated to Nintendo's famous Super Mario World has opened in Japan, nearly a year after it was originally due to welcome guests.
Streaming platform Twitch has backtracked on a new policy to change its spelling of "women" after criticism from transgender communities.