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Facebook built a facial recognition app for employees

Facebook, which has been under fire because of privacy concerns, said Thursday it built an internal app that allowed employees to identify their colleagues and friends who enabled facial recognition by pointing their phone cameras at them.

Apple unveils 16in MacBook Pro

Apple has unveiled the latest version of its 16in MacBook Pro laptop computer - and it features a newly designed keyboard.

All you need to know about the new Airpods Pro

Apple has finally announced the AirPods Pro. Available for $249, they feature a tweaked design with shorter stems and silicone eartips and provide better sound, active noise cancelling, and come with a wireless charging case.

iPhone will now feature a ‘menstrual’ emoji and gender-neutral characters

Apple has released new Emojis featuring gender-neutral characters and people with disabilities as part of its latest iOS software. Users will also now be able to select the ethnicity of each character in the 'holding hands' emoji, while a drop of blood designed to represent menstruation has been introduced following a campaign to fight period stigma.

Rwanda launches first 'Made in Africa' smartphones

Rwanda’s Mara Group launched two smartphones on Monday, describing them as the first “Made in Africa” models and giving a boost to the country’s ambitions to become a regional technology hub.

VIDEO: Features of the new iPhone 11 device

Apple has unveiled its iPhone 11 range of handsets, which feature more cameras than before and a processor that has been updated to be faster while consuming less power.

Huawei launches its own new operating system

Huawei has launched its own operating system — the HongmengOS, known in English as the HarmonyOS, said the CEO of the Chinese tech giant’s consumer division, Richard Yu, on Friday.

Maybe Facebook will be punished after all

Many were left wholly unsatisfied by news that the punishment for Facebook's privacy misdeeds, from the US at least, would be set at $5bn - an amount the firm can well afford, and for which it had already mostly accounted.