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UK TV drama about North Korea hit by cyber-attack
The TV series Opposite Number was cancelled following a cyber-attack in 2014.
16.10.2017 - 19:20
Wi-fi security flaw 'puts devices at risk of hacks'
Researchers have revealed details of a major problem with the way wi-fi data is protected.
16.10.2017 - 12:17
Huawei Mate 10 uses AI to distinguish cats from dogs
Huawei Mate 10 handsets use a new type of processor to recognise objects being photographed.
16.10.2017 - 16:16
Drone collides with commercial aeroplane in Canada
The aircraft sustained only minor damage and landed safely, the Canadian transport minister said.
16.10.2017 - 13:00
Microsoft Windows 10 breaches Dutch privacy law
The Dutch regulator says sanctions may be imposed if Microsoft does not comply.
16.10.2017 - 15:59
Daimler recalls 400,000 Mercedes-Benz cars in the UK
More than a million vehicles worldwide are being recalled over a potential airbag safety issue.
16.10.2017 - 23:35
China congress: How authorities censor your thoughts
The BBC's Stephen McDonell examines China's clampdown on free speech ahead of the party congress.
16.10.2017 - 01:47
Facebook funds anti-bullying training in schools
The tech giant will extend a scheme which trains young people to help those who suffer cyber-bullying.
16.10.2017 - 12:31
Why Pinterest boss Tim Kendall takes a daily ice bath
A daily ice bath is "like having morning coffee", the tech giant's president Tim Kendall tells the BBC.
14.10.2017 - 02:28
The dome which could help machines understand behaviour
Made up of over 500 cameras, the Panoptic Studio captures motion without the use of markers.
16.10.2017 - 01:46
How VR is helping to train a new generation of surgeons
Virtual reality technology that lets trainee surgeons feel "flesh and bone" is developed.
15.10.2017 - 02:05
Can we teach robots ethics?
We are not used to the idea of machines making ethical decisions, but the day when they will routinely do this - by themselves - is fast approaching.
15.10.2017 - 01:46
40 years since the launch of the Atari 2600
40 Years ago, video games changed forever with the launch of the Atari 2600.
13.10.2017 - 14:13
US voices frustration with 'warrant-proof' encryption
Encryption tools in apps such as WhatsApp "thwart law enforcement", says US Deputy Attorney General.
13.10.2017 - 15:23
YouTube lifts Swazi bare-breasted dancer restrictions
YouTube denies accusations of racism, saying it wanted to be culturally sensitive about uploads.
13.10.2017 - 19:48
Branson's Virgin Group invests in Hyperloop One
Sir Richard is joining the board of the pod-based US transport company.
12.10.2017 - 16:52
UK mobile coverage 'deplorable', says Lord Adonis
The national infrastructure commission head also warns the UK faces gridlock on roads, railways and in the skies.
13.10.2017 - 11:32
Microwave breakthrough helps boost hard drive sizes
Microwaves could help make drives with much higher capacities than those seen today.
13.10.2017 - 17:07
Uber lodges appeal over London ban
The ride-hailing firm files an appeal after being denied a licence to operate in the capital.
13.10.2017 - 12:59
Equifax removes webpage after malware issue
The firm is still reeling since disclosure of an earlier cyber-breach that affected millions in the US and UK.
12.10.2017 - 22:54
Facebook 'fully committed' to sharing Russian ad data
Data on who was targeted during the US election, and the webpages the ads linked to, will be released by Facebook.
12.10.2017 - 16:51
Samsung Electronics CEO resigns over 'unprecedented crisis'
Kwon Oh-hyun said the company was facing an "unprecedented crisis inside out".
13.10.2017 - 09:41
Facebook bans rapper Lil B for 'hate speech' posts
Lil B is banned from Facebook for 30 days for several posts about white people and gun violence.
12.10.2017 - 13:29
Google disables touch function on Home Mini
Home Mini speaker units were responding to every sound close to them, early users found.
12.10.2017 - 12:39
Apple's Tim Cook prefers augmented reality to VR
Apple's chief executive suggested virtual reality could isolate users and was less "profound".
12.10.2017 - 00:02
Rose McGowan, one of Harvey Weinstein's accusers, has account limited by Twitter
The social media company says it was because one of her tweets included a private phone number.
12.10.2017 - 18:20
Israeli spies 'watched Russian agents breach Kaspersky software'
The activity was observed by Israeli intelligence officers two years ago, according to US media.
11.10.2017 - 11:41
Unsent text accepted as dead man's will by Australian court
A court in Australia rules a draft text message can be accepted as an official will.
11.10.2017 - 11:47
Dow Jones: 'Google acquires Apple' news was 'error'
The Dow Jones newswire accidentally published the story during a test.
11.10.2017 - 13:18
Ebay paid UK corporation tax of £1.6m in 2016
The tax bill for the UK division of the auction website comes despite total revenues of £1bn.
11.10.2017 - 16:13
Facebook and Twitter could face 'online abuse levy'
The government wants firms such as Facebook and Twitter to publish annual reports on abuse.
11.10.2017 - 09:26
Equifax data hack affected 694,000 UK customers
The credit reference agency says a data hack exposed some customers to "possible criminal activity".
10.10.2017 - 20:45
Mum identifies child in sex abuse video
German police take unusual step of releasing images of a four-year-old who had been abused.
10.10.2017 - 13:50
EE apologises for voice call fault
Customers around the UK reported problems making and receiving phone calls.
10.10.2017 - 16:33
ParentPay website unavailable for school meal payments
Some parents say their children have been unable to buy school meals due to the glitch.
10.10.2017 - 18:52
Nokia kills off Ozo high-end virtual reality cameras
The firm says the market in virtual reality video is growing at a slower pace than it expected.
10.10.2017 - 14:15
North Korea 'hackers steal US-South Korea war plans'
North Korea allegedly stole secret documents last year, including a plan to kill its leader.
10.10.2017 - 13:04
Pedestrian crossing reacts to danger with smart tech
A mix of road-embedded LEDs and smart sensors warn traffic if a child runs into the street.
09.10.2017 - 18:17
Microsoft gives up on Windows 10 Mobile
The technology company says it struggled to convince others to make mobile apps for the platform.
09.10.2017 - 13:35
Condom-detecting fingerprint test 'set for court use'
The technology being trialled by West Yorkshire Police could be used in court within months.
10.10.2017 - 12:21
Murdered Russian diplomat image removed from Batman game
Gamers discovered a photo of murdered Russian diplomat Andrei Karlov had been used in Telltale's Batman.
09.10.2017 - 18:36
Supermarket Morrisons sued by staff over personal data leak
More than 5,000 current and former employees claim the supermarket failed to keep their data safe.
09.10.2017 - 16:20
Google 'uncovers Russian ad campaign linked to US election'
The search giant has evidence that agents tried to influence the US election, media report.
10.10.2017 - 00:53
Apple checks 'swollen' iPhone 8 claims
The reports about handsets with swollen batteries that stopped working have come from six owners.
09.10.2017 - 12:07
Websites hacked to mint crypto-cash
Hundreds of websites are harbouring malicious code that uses visitors' computers to generate digital cash, suggests a report.
09.10.2017 - 01:54
Facebook confirms Russia ads on Instagram
The tech giant said ads bought by Russia around the US election contained "divisive" messages.
09.10.2017 - 13:01
100 Women: Five things I learned as a woman in Silicon Valley
The BBC's Nuala McGovern reports on smashing the technology glass ceiling in Silicon Valley.
08.10.2017 - 14:34
In pictures: Solar challenge race begins in Australia
Teams from around the world are competing on solar cars in an epic transcontinental race.
08.10.2017 - 06:14
Cyber-security threat to UK 'as serious as terrorism' - GCHQ
GCHQ's Jeremy Fleming says the UK's intelligence monitoring agency must be a "cyber-organisation".
09.10.2017 - 06:05
Internet speed guarantees must be realistic, says Ofcom
New Ofcom rules require ISPs to be realistic about speeds before customers purchase contracts.
06.10.2017 - 16:35
Airbnb paid £188,000 in UK tax last year
The home-sharing website collected more than £650m in rental payments for UK landlords last year.
08.10.2017 - 19:32
Artist 'vandalises' Snapchat's AR Balloon Dog sculpture
Sebastian Errazuriz said he is standing against an "augmented reality corporate invasion".
06.10.2017 - 17:54
Krack wi-fi security flaw explained
A major flaw in wi-fi connections has been revealed by security researchers.
16.10.2017 - 16:01
How a girl who cannot speak got a unique voice
New digital technology allows people without a voice to sound like themselves for the first time.
16.10.2017 - 01:45
Stamp out sickening distribution of images, says Durham police chief
Internet companies need to do more to "stamp out sickening distribution of images and live streaming of abuse online" says a chief constable.
16.10.2017 - 15:54
BBC presenter challenges table tennis playing robot
The robot can track a player's body language allowing it to play shots accordingly.
14.10.2017 - 02:36
Drones tasked with catching bad drivers
Road police in France have been testing them out in Bordeaux.
15.10.2017 - 01:08
How to control your television with any object
The Matchpoint system can control the volume, channel or access menus.
12.10.2017 - 01:30
WeChat translates 'black foreigner' into racial slur
Chinese chat app WeChat apologises after its software translated "black foreigner" into the N-word.
13.10.2017 - 12:40
Why are some women boycotting Twitter?
Many users are removing themselves from Twitter for a day to protest "women's voices being silenced".
13.10.2017 - 11:24
Honda unveils a disaster relief robot and other news
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
06.10.2017 - 09:12
Carbon-ion battery could mean rapid charging
British start-up Zap&Go has developed carbon-ion supercapacitors that allow rapid charging.
05.10.2017 - 11:08
What future for augmented reality?
Experts predict the AR market could be worth £122 billion by 2024.
02.10.2017 - 09:11
UN to monitor AI developments and other tech news
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at the best of the week's technology news stories.
29.09.2017 - 12:58
What will it take to build the ultra-fast internet of the future?
13.10.2017 - 03:01
How apps using image recognition are helping farmers identify crop diseases.
13.10.2017 - 01:09
From pillows to concrete
Carbon emissions contribute to global warming, so could tech that removes them from the air slow the process?
10.10.2017 - 01:30
A man who runs an online support group says scam victims are not stupid - just unaware of the con.
07.10.2017 - 02:08
Blue sky thinking
British scientists played a key role in developing radar, which has helped deliver safer skies.
09.10.2017 - 01:08
No more privacy?
Four experts examine the issue of information security in an online world.
06.10.2017 - 01:58
Out of control
Carmakers are increasingly sending vehicle software updates wirelessly, but how risky is this?
06.10.2017 - 01:12
5G broadband could be 10 times as fast as 4G and underpin many new technologies of the future.
03.10.2017 - 01:19
Humans still have the upper hand over computers in an argument. For the moment.
02.10.2017 - 03:31
A brief tour of Google's Pixel 2 XL
The new flagship handset has an easier way to summon its smart assistant and a unique camera trick.
04.10.2017 - 19:30
Amazon Echo smart speaker family expands
Amazon revamps its main Echo smart speaker for the first time since its launch in 2014.
28.09.2017 - 13:57
Assassin’s Creed Origins preview
Marc Cieslak previews the latest instalment of the adventure series set in ancient Egypt
04.10.2017 - 11:03
Nest's new home security tech
Hands-on with Nest's new home security tech, including a doorbell that connects to an app and a security system.
21.09.2017 - 05:59