Zoom boss Eric Yuan predicts that artificial intelligence will bring physical sensations to video meetings.
Sir Keir Starmer is urged to end "division" over his predecessor's suspension as one of the party's MPs.
The business trips must result in a deal which secures 50 jobs or leads to a £100,000 investment.
The group is alleged to have helped 600 migrants - mainly from Syria - cross the Channel in small boats.
Only the US, Brazil, India and Mexico have recorded more coronavirus deaths than the UK.
Prince Charles and Camilla visit a theatre and a club as London venues begin to reopen after lockdown.
Facebook's head of global affairs Nick Clegg says it is now splintered along geo-political lines.
A large explosion has taken place at a waste treatment works in Avonmouth, Bristol.
The US National Labor Relations Board files a formal complaint against Google over staff firings.
A witness heard a "very loud explosion" at the treatment works in an industrial area near Bristol.
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson says he would be "very much in favour" of the school taking girls.
The EU says vaccines are not a "football competition" after Education Secretary Gavin Williamson's comment.
The deputy chief medical officer's colourful metaphors have made him a household name.
England's deputy chief medical officer was asked questions from members of the public on the BBC.
The social media giant says it will delete content that promotes "imminent physical harm".
The "student travel window" has opened allowing students to start heading home for Christmas.
The Premier League and EFL agree a rescue package amounting to £250m to help ease the financial challenge faced by EFL clubs as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
These photos show supporters heading back to stadiums in England for the first time since March.
Harry Dunn's family lost a High Court battle over his alleged killer's diplomatic immunity.
The former Girls Aloud star announced in August that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer.