The country’s National Cyber Security Centre found security risks in both Xiaomi and Huawei models.
But some fans question if crypto-assets and football are a good mix.
Meet the online content creators beating the odds to build successful careers from their passions.
Waste from the cryptocurrency process is similar to that from IT equipment somewhere like the Netherlands.
Douyin users aged under 14 will be limited to 40 minutes a day on the platform.
A Swedish tech firm has created an app to help alleviate people’s joint pain.
BBC Click’s LJ Rich looks at the best tech news stories of the week.
The project has been developed by Alphabet’s moonshot factory, X.
More than 300 traps have been deployed in the French town of Hyères to catch mosquitos.
How better technology and regulation could cut the waste generated by the construction industry.
The prolific innovator invented the pocket calculator and the ill-fated Sinclair C5 electric car.
The inventor, entrepreneur and ZX Spectrum pioneer died at his London home following a long illness.
Piracy is once again in spotlight as rights holders threaten legal action for illegal streaming.
An employee was accused of buying digital art that would later be promoted on the homepage.
The infiltration threatened the “very foundations of Wikipedia”, BBC News is told.
The demonstrators burn Bitcoin machines, a week after the cryptocurrency became legal tender.
Microsoft says users can delete all passwords from their accounts and use a different login system.
The action thriller, which takes place in a time loop, delights critics as it debuts on Playstation 5.
The three men allegedly helped a UAE-based firm break into computers and phones around the world.
We Buy Any Car, Saga and Sports Direct are fined for sending millions of nuisance messages.
The Irish regulator says it is looking at how TikTok handles children’s data – and where it goes.
It had evidence Instagram was a harmful place for young people – but failed to share its findings.
The new 7,000km-long internet cable connecting the UK and US has been brought ashore in Cornwall.
The online design platform has become one of the most valuable private firms in the world.
The move comes as Instagram is facing fresh scrutiny over its impact on young people’s wellbeing.
The portrait-mode style video setting can pull focus on its subjects automatically.
One of the recommendations from the Facebook Oversight Board after ruling on one such post.
Scientists are using the country to test drone tech that could one day explore the planet’s terrain.
The flaw allows hackers to access devices even if users do not click on a link or file.
A shortage of vessels is hampering global trade and may lead to empty shelves before Christmas.
BBC Click’s LJ Rich looks at some of the week’s best technology stories.
Camera performance can “degrade” if attached to high-volume, high-power motorbikes, Apple says.
The Fortnite-maker lodges an appeal in its Apple case, two days after the judge’s ruling.
Chinese regulators have been targeting Ant Group and other technology companies operating in the country.
Running your own popular YouTube channel can be lucrative, but it comes with downsides.
Pressure on tech firms intensifies as Priti Patel unveils fund for technologies to keep children safe.
A judge in the Apple vs Epic trial says Apple must give app developers alternative payment options.
Eight months ago a BBC investigation reported the smartDOT stickers had “no effect”.
The US state makes it illegal to ban somebody from social media because of their political views.
The developers of the video chat app say they can no longer give it “the attention it deserves”.
Twitter wants “good” bot accounts to label themselves as non-human.
A Harvard University project will explore whether social media can be de-toxed
Facebook and eyewear brand Ray-Ban have revealed a pair of glasses that contain two cameras.
Owners have previously documented robots mindlessly spreading excrement as they “clean”.
PayPal is bringing in a new fee for commercial transactions between the UK and EEA.
Three is the third UK network to bring back roaming charges for the EU post-Brexit.
An investigation by Global Witness suggests its algorithm is biased in choosing who sees which ads.
Virtual retail is changing and becoming more embedded in our day to day online activities.
Anne Fish began as her son’s manager and has just signed a professional gaming contract.
Twitter’s latest test to change its core experience makes photos and videos fill a mobile screen.
The encrypted-email service has just recruited web founder Sir Tim Berners-Lee.
Technological glitches plagued the first day of El Salvador accepting Bitcoin as legal tender.
The social media site says 22 fan accounts have been suspended for “irrational celebrity support”.
The network provider will not charge firms for connecting unwaged universal credit claimants.
Tripwire boss John Gibson had said he was “proud” of the Supreme Court ruling on Texas abortion.
The car industry must learn from the Covid “stress test”, says Mercedes-Benz-owner Daimler.
Millions of Salvadorians are expected to download a digital wallet app with $30 of free Bitcoin.
Information commissioner Elizabeth Denham believes the issue needs to be solved collectively.
There are no female players in the top 300 earners in esports, according to research shared with BBC News.
Artificial intelligence is getting better at penning code but still a long way from working alone.