People who use wearable gadgets to monitor their health or activity can be tracked with only $70 (£40) of hardware, research suggests.
A new law imposing restrictions on bloggers and social media users has come into effect in Russia.
A US federal court has ordered Microsoft to hand over emails belonging to one of its users, even though the data is stored in Ireland.
The BBC has seen evidence that appears to confirm hackers stole secret military documents from two Israeli government-owned companies.
An investigation by the BBC indicates that the number of listings advertising illegal drugs sales on the dark net has doubled in less than a year.
Tens of thousands of broadband customers in the UK are having to pay "costly" charges to change supplier, Citizens Advice warns.
Users of the "dark net" service Tor who visited hidden websites may have had their identities revealed by a five-month long cyber-attack.
Engineers take a step towards having machines that can operate even when they are damaged by developing a robot that can teach itself to walk, even with a broken leg.
Bomb victims' families make legal attempt to seize entire Iranian, Syrian and North Korean web space.
Verizon's plan to slow data download speeds for 4G mobile customers on unlimited deals is "deeply troubling", the US government says.
Facebook puts itself at forefront of push into Africa and Asia.
Profits at Samsung Electronics fall 20% in the second quarter, hurt mainly by a slowdown in smartphone sales and a strong Korean currency.
Security experts at HP raise concern about smart home devices after testing 10 app-controlled examples and discovering vulnerabilities.
A 22-year-old British entrepreneur's new sleep-tracking device cracks $1m (£590,000) on the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform in five days.
The UK government says it plans to allow driverless cars on public roads in January, and asks cities to compete to host one of three trials.
Sony reports better-than-expected profits for the first quarter, helped by robust sales of its PS4 gaming console and a weak Japanese currency.
The future of a Nottingham-based studio where the Homefront games are made is in doubt after the rights to the title are sold.
High profile artists and politicians all seem to be in on the national campaign.
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A smart contact lens that could help diabetics monitor their glucose levels is being developed
BBC Click presenter Marc Cieslak discusses the growing number of actors starring in video games.
New software will be trialled on a number of London buses to try to reduce collisions, Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed.
Members of the 'millennial generation' are finding ways to earn a living from skills they learned not at school, but on social media.
The Norfolk Broads will soon be available for virtual navigation thanks to a novel aquatic equivalent of Google's Streetview technology
New technology is opening up whole new careers to young jobseekers who may be having difficulty getting into more established professions.
Samira Hussain reports from New York on the opportunities opened up by technology that did not even exist a few years ago.
The UK government will shortly outline measures to permit driverless cars to use public roads by next year.
Glasgow 2014 takes a leap into virtual reality headsets
Keeping cyber thieves' paws off your data
Tech firms hit by threats to take them offline