Warm weather saw an increase in park visits last weekend, but overall activity was lower than usual.
A secondary school home-based geography lesson in Singapore was hijacked by two men.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at the best of the week's technology stories.
A mobile operator is using anonymised phone location data to help track the virus.
A BBC investigation has found online scams selling fake protective equipment and coronavirus tests.
Two Russian cosmonauts and a US astronaut docked at the space station after their rocket took off from Kazakhstan.
The 3D printer community is creating kit for healthcare workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
For parents with the money, companies are offering courses in cutting-edge technology, but are they worth it?
The Duplex AI assistant is using the answers to update business information on Google.
NHS staff and other key workers can still book accommodation through a programme called Frontline Stays.
The UK's media regulator is looking into London Live's interview with the conspiracy theorist.
Talking Movies' Tom Brook looks at the mobile-first streaming platform.
Disney's new video streaming service almost doubles its subscription base during coronavirus lockdowns.
Samsung will donate 2,000 smartphones, while Facebook is offering its video-calling screen Portal.
Campaign for Countering Digital Hate says social networks are "missing a trick" combating the issue.
Non-essential workers will be placed on furlough without pay and executives will take a 30% pay cut.
Researchers at two leading universities take different approaches to creating cough-analysing tools.
Jack Dorsey said he would give 28% of his wealth towards efforts to "disarm" the pandemic.
Order follows revelations that some Zoom traffic was "mistakenly" routed through China.