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The week in technology, in photos

The biggest, strangest, most interesting moments of the week as seen by photographers around the world.

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In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, fans attend an outdoor livestream of a Garth Brooks concert in cities around the U.S.

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Shoppers check out the goods at Huawei's 5G art space in the Guangzhou, Guangdong Province of China.

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A drone of pizza chain Domino's transports a box during a testing session on the beach of Zandvoort, The Netherlands.

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An empty Microsoft store. The company is set to close all but four locations this year.

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A man has green goop poured on him to protest coal and nuclear power outside the offices of European energy company RWE in Essen, Germany.

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An official checks devotees' temperatures as they arrive for Friday prayers at a mosque in Singapore as a part of the country's COVID-19 regulations during reopening.

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Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, speaking to a robot during her visit to Apeldoorn and technology facility, TechnoHUB.

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An activist prepares to break a Chinese mobile phone during an anti-China demonstration in Gujarat, India.

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Public service announcement posters in Australia, addressing a conspiracy that 5G causes the coronavirus.

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A court hears a fraud case of four defendants live in the "cloud technology court." Nantong, Jiangsu Province, China.

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