We've been fact-checking misleading posts on social media about technology used to fight coronavirus.
The Cypress-based company said its intention was to help developers of sex tech.
Officials investigate whether Facebook owning Giphy is a problem for competition in the GIF market.
Ron Johnson posted a meme about George Floyd's criminal record on Facebook.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
The social media platform identified Beijing-linked accounts that have been posting misinformation.
Sony's gaming chief says fast loading times, 3D audio and a new controller will all enhance play.
Sony reveals the design of its PS5 console and the first games that will be released on it.
Walk-through systems that can detect weapons are being rolled out, using a combination of AI and radar.
The firm's move follows similar announcements from IBM and Amazon and protests over police brutality.
Dozens of games were teased including a return to the Spider-Man, Horizon and Gran Turismo franchises.
A face-matching website that markets itself as a privacy tool has drawn fire from campaigners.
Some Xbox owners report having to install an 85GB file - more than twice the size it should be.
The video conference app is already facing scrutiny over its security and privacy controls.
The move comes after IBM ended its facial recognition activities amid concerns over racial bias.
The Japanese firm is due to unveil some of the highly anticipated PlayStation 5's games.
A switch to the Google-Apple model is being considered, but developers believe it would be a mistake.
The international group has been overseeing talks on taxing US tech giants.
Spending too long wearing a virtual reality headset could have implications for vision, doctor warns.
Zynn is facing accusations that it has been stealing content from other apps.