His personal wealth soared as the video conferencing platform became a household name during the pandemic.
Consumer group Which? staged a sting operation to investigate fake Google reviews in the UK.
Google staff in the US who complain over racism were advised to take mental health leave, NBC reports.
The photos were used to help a Facebook algorithm learn to recognise images without supervision.
Drone flights to test the delivery of medical supplies to the Isle of Wight will resume next month.
The EU body is one of the first major organisations to admit falling victim to the global email hack.
Jen Copestake tries out some of the latest augmented reality beauty technology.
While many already see China as the world's factory its leaders want less dependence on US technology.
Deepfake, or AI-generated videos, are increasingly being used commercially.
The food delivery firm, set to be valued at $7bn (£5bn), will also offer shares to takeaway customers.
The Twitter co-founder has listed his first ever tweet for sale as a form of digital memorabilia.
The tech giant says a state-sponsored group operating out of China is breaching email servers.
Some big YouTube names are building their own video sites on the side - just in case.
The businessman is accused of promoting cryptocurrency to his followers to inflate prices.
The armed forces are accused of spreading disinformation online amid a violent crackdown.
The troubled card game is the latest promised rework to be abandoned by a major developer.
The concept phone has a flexible display that rolls up inside the device.
Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
A growing number of clubs big and small are using more technology to help performances on the pitch.
A Supreme Court judge in Brazil orders an investigation following the BBC's report into the trade.