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Socializing while social distancing: Tech can help you get creative

From Animal Crossing to pub quizzes to VR table tennis, join us in pooling ideas about how to interact with our friends during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

MWC 2020 offers refunds, discounts following cancellation due to coronavirus

The mobile show is keen to maintain the loyalty of its attendees. → Read More

Facebook sees 70% increase in group video calls following coronavirus outbreak

Meanwhile, people stuck at home in Italy are spending more time than usual watching Instagram Stories. → Read More

The Nokia 8.3 is the 'first global 5G phone.' Here's what that means for you

Roaming with 5G is finally here. → Read More

Facebook develops super-precise public time-keeping service for the internet

Its time-keeping service, which relies on combination of satellite data and its own servers, is designed to keep internet-connected devices in sync. → Read More

Apple fined $1.2B by France's competition watchdog

The tech giant has been abusing its dominant market position, according to French officials. → Read More

How influencer-approved Wildflower iPhone cases came to dominate Instagram

Discovered by Miley Cyrus, beloved by celebrities and teens alike, these are not your average phone cases. → Read More

Senators want to ban TikTok from US government devices over espionage fears

The Republican senators are concerned about TikTok's links to China's Communist Party. → Read More

Web founder Tim Berners-Lee: The web isn't working for women and girls

In his annual letter, Berners-Lee challenges tech companies and governments to make online gender equality a priority. → Read More

UK presses ahead with digital tech tax in spite of pressure from Trump

Amazon, Facebook and Google are on a long list of US tech giants that'll have to pay more tax in the UK starting in April. → Read More

Facebook hits pause on election reminders within Europe

The social media giant is using the temporary hiatus to tackle concerns over transparency with regard to its voting feature. → Read More

Sony Vision-S electric car stunned at CES, now in testing on public roads

Nobody saw this slippery EV coming. Here's what it means. → Read More

Facebook invests in diverse array of projects in mission to connect the world

From beaming internet to rural areas from satellites, to expanding Terragraph and laying fiber, Facebook is toiling away to get everyone connected. → Read More

Huawei's P40 Pro phone launch event to take place in Paris on March 26

The Chinese phone giant will head to the French capital to launch its latest flagship phone series. → Read More

Sony's Xperia 1 II is its first foray into 5G

The company unveiled its new flagship at what would have been its MWC keynote, along with the mid-range Xperia 10 II. → Read More

UK Google users to lose EU data protection due to Brexit

The tech giant is transferring control of UK Google accounts to the US and out of the jurisdiction of EU privacy regulators. But the GDPR will still apply. → Read More

Trump offered WikiLeaks' Assange a pardon to cover up Russian hack, lawyer tells court

A lawyer for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange surfaces the allegation during a pre-extradition hearing in London, says a report. → Read More

Germany wants to make social media firms report illegal content to police

A proposed law that will soon go before parliament would fine tech giants for failing to report problems. → Read More

Europe bids for global digital leadership as pressure mounts from US and China

The EU's new digital strategy outlines its plans to lead in AI, boost data-driven companies and establish its sovereignty in a brave new digital world. → Read More

Zuckerberg agrees Facebook will have to pay more tax in Europe, report says

The CEO is expected to concede that his company needs to pay more in countries where it operates. → Read More