In an open letter to Google's Eric Schmidt the boss of German publishing firm Axel Springer says it is afraid of the search giant.
The BBC and Sky's video-on-demand apps simultaneously experience a fault on iPhones and iPads that prevents TV shows from streaming.
Kim Dotcom, the multimillionaire founder of closed file-sharing site Megaupload, has won back cars, cash and property seized in a January 2012 raid.
A US appeals court upholds a contempt of court ruling against the secure email service provider Lavabit used by whistleblower Edward Snowden.
A Japanese researcher creates glasses that show computer-generated eyes that express emotions so that the wearer does not need to bother.
A 19-year-old Canadian citizen is charged with hacking into the Canada Revenue Agency's website, becoming the first arrest in relation to the Heartbleed security breach.
Shares in Google fall 5% despite reporting first-quarter profit of $3.45bn in response to worries over future income from advertising.
Virgin Media apologises after some of its customers received hundreds of unwanted emails because of a distribution list error.
German security researchers say that a spoof fingerprint can be used to unlock Samsung's new handset and steal money.
China's internet giant Tencent will launch the popular Candy Crush game on the mainland in partnership with the game's creator King Digital Entertainment.
The composer of the music featured in the original Halo video games says his job has been "terminated without cause" by developer Bungie.
French hard-disk maker LaCie warns that shoppers' credit cards details and logins may have been stolen from its store over a one-year period.
The Bitcoin exchange MtGox has been placed in administration by a Japanese court and it is expected that bankruptcy proceedings will be started.
The struggle to fix problems caused by the Heartbleed bug could make web browsing speeds slow to a crawl, warns net monitoring firm Netcraft.
Shares in the struggling internet search giant Yahoo surge 9%, despite first-quarter profits falling 20%.
A facial recognition database being built by the FBI could contain over 52m images by 2015 causing concern to privacy campaigners
The founder of MtGox - once the world's biggest Bitcoin exchange - refuses to travel to the US to testify about losing large amounts of the virtual currency.
Switching to LED street lights is cutting maintenance bills in Jersey and could increase pedestrian safety, it is claimed.
A new study finds men prefer to watch film adaptations than read the original book, with 30% admitting they have not read a book since school.
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Spencer Kelly meets the team behind a drone which can fire 80,000 volts of electricity through a wired dart.
Click meets Joe Ierardi, a man who is trying to create the most realistic sounding piano synthesiser.
A Japanese researcher shows off glasses that display computer-generated eyes, which express emotions to save their wearer the effort.
Larry Magid, technology analyst for CNET, discusses the fall in Google's shares.
ZTE has decided to pass over investing in areas where returns aren't likely to be high - its results later will show how its new strategy is paying off.
Biz Stone discusses his new social app Jelly which he hopes will encourage people to help each other out.
Internet giant Google has bought high-altitude drone firm Titan Aerospace for an undisclosed sum.
Researchers at the University of Southampton have developed three-directional pressure sensors which they say could prevent dangerous sores for thousands of patients
A phone user has been charged £2600 for downloading a Neil Diamond album abroad.
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