BBC : technology
00h31 27  février
Covid-19: How would an NHS vaccine passport app work?
There is growing speculation that a certificate scheme could be built into the main NHS app.
13h48 26  février
MyHeritage offers ’creepy’ deepfake tool to reanimate dead
Genealogy firm admits some might find the controversial technology uncanny or creepy .
Amazon rainforest plots sold via Facebook Marketplace ads
Protected land reserved for Brazil’s indigenous communities is being traded on the social network.
TikTok agrees legal payout over facial recognition
The video site has agreed to a 92m settlement in a case over how it uses biometrics to track users.
Twitter unveils ’super follow’ feature
The network will enable users to charge for extra content such as bonus tweets and newsletters.
16h53 25  février
Bill Gates: Bitcoin not for me, says ex-Microsoft chief
The billionaire said he preferred to invest in companies that make products such as vaccines.
06h07 26  février
Cairngorms recreated in video game Minecraft
The initiative is designed to help young people find out how the Cairngorms national park is managed.
00h22 27  février
How Bitcoin’s vast energy use could burst its bubble
Could the cryptocurrency’s huge electricity consumption also sink it?
12h35 25  février
Npower app attack exposed customers’ bank details
The energy provider, owned by Eon, reports a breach to the UK’s data watchdog.
AI conquers challenge of 1980s platform games
A computer program that can solve 1980s exploration games could help improve robot intelligence.
UK 4G smartphone owners may be due 480m payout
Some 29 million people in the UK could be entitled to up to 30 back on Apple or Samsung smartphones.
Pokemon Go players banned for cheating
More than 5 million players have been punished for cheating, with 20% being permanent bans.
Explore the Cairngorms - in Minecraft
The landscape has been recreated to help young people understand how to run a national park.
06h39 24  février
BBC Micro at 40: How it inspired a generation of coders
Launched in the 1980s the Computer Literacy Project helped people understand the world of computing.
00h08 25  février
My campaign outperformed non-disabled influencers’
Disabled influencer Pippa Stacey says brands are beginning to see our value .
00h06 23  février
Church of England vicar games for God’
A London vicar says he was called by God to create the virtual ’Church of Chat’.
06h19 22  février
What a stem cell reboot’ technique could mean for us? is working on a method to produce any type of cell in industrial quantities.
00h35 27  février
Monsters, mania and the unstoppable march of Pokémon
Several waves of Pokémania have swept the globe, keeping this lucrative franchise relevant for 25 years.
Ros Atkins on... Is Facebook too powerful?
Ros Atkins looks at the consequences of Facebook’s power on events in Myanmar, Washington DC and Australia.
00h58 26  février
MLM schemes in the UK: The ’cult-like’ beauty businesses in your DMs
Newsbeat hears from young women about their experiences working for multi-level marketing companies.
Vintage technology: ’It sounds so much cleaner’
Why do people like to use ancient personal organisers and music players?
08h20 24  février
Clubhouse: What is it and how do you get invited?
The new social-media app has already attracted huge names - and been banned in several countries.