The video-call boom means that, months into the pandemic, it is still hard to buy many webcam models.
BBC Click's LJ Rich looks at the best of the week's technology stories.
A BBC investigation finds white-supremacist books and merchandise for sale on top retail platforms.
Aberystwyth University has told students that "no bank account or credit card details were taken"
The firm has not yet confirmed whether it was a ransomware attack, as many are reporting.
TikTok has blocked hashtags relating to QAnon conspiracy theory, but videos about it remain on the site.
The chip-maker is exploring contingency plans following delays developing its future chips.
More than 20 universities and charities confirm they lost data in the ransomware hack.
The anti-trust hearing is set to be postponed after the death of civil rights leader John Lewis.
Canada's Shopify provides websites for other firms looking to sell online and it is expanding rapidly.
The UK says the Russian satellite launched "a projectile with the characteristics of a weapon".
Head of Xbox Phil Spencer and head of 343 Industries Bonnie Ross speak to the BBC.
Some were disappointed by the game's graphics, but there was praise for a new grappling hook weapon.
Northern Ireland will be the first part of the UK to have a contact tracing app
At least five UK universities and one in Canada were affected by attack on a cloud computing provider.
Steve Wozniak says the reliance on algorithms to stop such scams is not working.
The social network said that one of those affected was a Dutch elected official.
The Asian country's first surface mission to the Red Planet heads out on a Long March 5 rocket.
Launched a year ago, the tech-heavy Chinese stock market is already worth more than $400bn.
The pandemic has forced education to move online, but many students are struggling to cope.