People in Phoenix, Arizona will soon be able to order a driverless taxi, as Google expands its Waymo service.
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The badly thought-out use of Microsoft's Excel software was the reason nearly 16,000 coronavirus cases went unreported in England.
Facebook has unveiled its second-generation Oculus Quest virtual reality headset, promising higher-quality visuals at a significantly lower price than many had predicted.
In the last weekend of August, when Emma Heathcote-James had been looking forward to a relaxing bank-holiday break, she instead found herself fighting to save her company's reputation.
New privacy controls and a screen-recording tool are among features being added to Android phones in the latest major update to Google's mobile operating system (OS).
Microsoft has developed a tool to spot deepfakes - computer-manipulated images in which one person's likeness has been used to replace that of another.
Elon Musk is due to demonstrate a working brain-to-machine interface as part of his ambitious plans to give people superhuman powers.
Malware which signed users up to subscription services without their permission has been found on thousands of mobiles sold in Africa.
A new remake of the 1980s British computer the ZX Spectrum has soared past its crowdfunding target in just two days.
It could be evidence that artificial intelligence has made a great leap forward and human writers and software developers will soon be redundant.