Google Earth has launched a time-lapse feature that lets users wind back the clock and see how the world has changed over several decades.
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Neuralink, Elon Musk's computer to brain interface firm, has released a video it claims shows a monkey playing the video game Pong with its mind.
A smartphone with a microscope camera offering 60x magnification has been revealed by Chinese phone-maker Oppo.
Facebook is teaming up with telecoms companies to build a 37,000km (23,000-mile) undersea cable to supply faster internet to 16 countries in Africa.
Google has fixed a problem that meant Android phone apps were crashing for many users.
Facebook has unveiled a virtual-reality (VR) wristband that will be used to control its forthcoming augmented-reality glasses.
For the most part they go unseen but computer chips are at the heart of all the digital products that surround us - and when supplies run short, it can halt manufacturing.
The new Google Nest Hub will track users' body activity in bed to generate personalised sleep-tracking reports.
Mixed-reality platform, Microsoft Mesh, will allow people to join and share the same virtual experience wherever they are in the world.
One billion public-facing Instagram photos were used to train an algorithm created by Facebook to learn to recognise images by itself.