As Venezuela staggers under political and economic crises, its citizens are embracing digital money.
Payment processor WorldPay, once part of RBS bank, is sold to Fidelity National Information Services.
Two trains collide during a new signal system trial, threatening travel disruption for millions.
Fans say they feel misled by OWNAFC amid claims they could “take charge of a real life football club”.
The social network has apologised for losing the data during a server migration.
Millions of copies of videos showing the Christchurch attacks have been removed from social media sites.
Does it matter if we hurt a robot? And should we have rules to make sure they don’t hurt us?
Why was a video of the shootings shared on social media and what can be done about the wider threat?
Fitted with sensors to monitor head trauma the device feeds real-time data to nearby medical staff.
The home secretary says firms “must do more” after the New Zealand attack was shown live on Facebook.
Flocks of airborne robots are being developed, able to collaborate and overwhelm enemy defences.
The tech giant has hit back over claims that its App store is unfair and levies a tax on developers.
The warning comes in a National Audit Office (NAO) assessment of the UK’s national cyber-defence plan.
Emma Haruka Iwao calculates the value of pi to 31 trillion digits.
The number of people seeking help for addiction to video games is increasing, treatment centres say.
The e-commerce company is to become first African start-up to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
Extended drone no-fly zones have come into force around airports, but the technology isn’t all bad.
Some people are said to be unaware that their data had been used for a facial-recognition project.
Japanese sales of Sega’s Judgment are put on hold following the arrest of an actor involved in the game.
The UK’s National Crime Agency launches a series of animations aimed at children aged four to seven.
Demons have invaded the city of Redgrave and only Dante and his companions can stop them.
A strap that adds notifications and payments to old watches has been designed by Sony engineers.
The UK must update its approach to competition in the tech sector, a new report says.
Tesla founder Elon Musk has denied that a tweet placed him in contempt of court.
The social network removed ads then restored them to “help debate” about its status and power.
The driver “groped” a sleeping female passenger while taking her on a long ride to boost his fare.
Research shows that fake accounts tried to amplify far-right narratives about Brexit.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee says he feels problems such as data breaches, hacking and misinformation can be tackled.
Employers can make unconscious – and unfair – judgements about interviewees within a few seconds.
We are all susceptible to unconscious bias – making assumptions about people. Is a robot any better?
Kenya’s electricity surplus could be capitalised on by a company reconditioning electric vehicles.
Thirty years after he invented it, Sir Tim Berners-Lee says the web is not what it should be.
The company behind Pokemon Go reveals details of their new augmented reality game.
Humans will always make the final decision on whether armed robots can shoot, the US says.
Malicious quiz apps were used to harvest thousands of users’ profile data, according to Facebook.
The players were all using the PC version of the game, Respawn Entertainment said.
Q: “Alexa – what is now being used to help calculate the cost of living in the UK?” A: “I am.”
Lucy Hedges tries out the latest gadgets which could brighten up the winter months.
The electric carmaker says prices will rise by 3% and reverses a decision to close stores.
The bank says the technology is designed to increase security and make payments at tills easier.
How tech firm Twilio was able to survive the global financial crisis and grow into a $14bn business.
The government says the bill will boost security but activists say it will stifle dissent.
The US Democratic presidential hopeful tells a rally she is “sick of freeloading billionaires”.
Technology firms and social media apps should all fall under one regulatory body, Lords report says.
The flaw is found in Windows 7 and could let malicious hackers take over machines, says Google.
BBC Click’s Lara Lewington looks at some of the best tech news stories of the week.
Security researchers show Click’s Dan Simmons how to take control of a car via its smart alarm system.
Quantum sensing could let us see what’s underground, detect diseases earlier, even track a submarine.
Facebook removes more than 130 “inauthentic” accounts, pages and groups operated from the UK.
Some trials have been suspended as the Ministry of Justice works to fix an IT issue.