Eighteen-month-old Margarida could not attend a clinic in person because of Covid-19 restrictions
Key workers tell Newsbeat about the abuse they've received while keeping the UK's communications networks up and running.
An Israeli parliamentary committee suspends the tracking of phones to enforce quarantine.
The social network will delete posts inciting people to damage telecoms infrastructure.
Artists can also donate the money to charity, or give it to their road crew while tours are on hold.
Researchers claim the sophistication of the hack makes it nearly undetectable to victims.
A lecturer who spoke at one meeting says his computer was "overtaken" by "incredibly distressing" footage.
Zoom has upgraded its security measures after a series of incidents of online meetings being hijacked.
Millions of stargazers have been witnessing the unusual constellations made up of the low orbit satellites.
The Google-owned platform's chief executive says the company is determined to "stamp out" misinformation.
Air force personnel have been testing a prototype app in a simulated shopping exercise.
According to the group that discovered the list, they are being shared by right-wing extremists.
Publisher Epic Games claims it felt forced to release its most popular franchise on Google Play.
The company says the system is capable of working in the day or night and in all weather conditions.
The social-media giant will ask users about their health in an effort to track the spread of Covid-19.
The social media giant becomes a shareholder in cut-price Indian mobile internet company Reliance Jio.
The streaming service behind Tiger King added 16 million subscribers in the first months of the year.
France wants to run a contact-tracing app in the background on iPhones, without Apple's privacy scheme.
An Ofcom survey suggests the theories are the most commonly seen example of online misinformation.
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