Amazon Echo and Google Home speakers have been compromised by apps modified to spy on users after being approved by the technology companies.
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A remarkable robot, capable of solving a Rubik’s cube single-handedly, has demonstrated just how far robotics has advanced - but at the same time, experts say, how far we still have to go.
It's an admission that appears to have caught Google's devices chief by surprise.
The meteoric rise of the label "femtech" to describe technology products, apps and hardware addressing women's health and wellbeing issues divides opinion.
It's easy to list some of the many everyday items invented and patented by women - the dishwasher, windscreen wipers, the board game Monopoly, to name but a few - but the world is still failing to take full advantage of women's innovative ideas, a report suggests.
A robotics company whose creations have amassed millions of views on YouTube, is renting out one of its stars, Spot.
Facebook says it has suspended tens of thousands of apps as part of an investigation it launched in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data harvesting scandal.
A European team has become the first to win one of the highest-profile and most lucrative video games competitions for two years in a row.
Twitter and Facebook have taken steps to block what they described as a state-backed Chinese misinformation campaign.
A Californian-based start-up has unveiled what it says is the world's largest computer chip.