The company’s technology maps out the shape of proteins, an otherwise costly and time-consuming process.
A new campaign claims it outsources internet policing to Silicon Valley.
An advert which claimed an air purifier could kill off Covid cells is banned as misleading.
A scheme to centralise GP patient records in England has been delayed after concerns about a lack of publicity.
The justice department says 36 websites linked to the Iranian government have been seized.
European Commission says recent ransomware attacks on US and Ireland have "focussed mind"
The government also confirms a consultation into whether to privatise Channel 4.
Appetite for reliable reporting has increased but trust still below pre-Brexit levels, report says.
Tam Kalinkse, one of the men responsible for gaming's most loveable hedgehog, speaks to Newsbeat.
Plans to test ads inside Facebook Oculus games hit a speed bump after first test game quits.
"They want to slow things down and get to know people first a lot more before they decide to match."
The investigation will look into all aspects of Google's involvement in the digital-advertising market.
Lara Lewington looks at some of the latest gadgets and asks if they can reduce parents' stress.
BBC Click's Chris Fox explores what Huawei's new operating system can do.
The new experience is a wonderful and complex mix of creativity and technology, BBC's LJ Rich says.
Today at E3: Halo returns and Starfield first look
How Britain's youngest billionaire works differently - setting his firm up to thrive in lockdown.
By manipulating genes scientists say they can create better-tasting produce, but is it necessary?
People are sharing ways in which the mapping tool has accidentally connected them with dead relatives.
With stores closed the beauty industry has embraced augmented reality testing apps.
Plans to tackle ransomware hackers starts on shaky ground with a disagreement over who is responsible.
From Ireland to Israel, companies are coming to the aid of the environmentally critical insect.