Ellen Pao, CEO at Reddit, says sorry over way "we handled the transition" after community complains about the sacking of a popular employee.
Minecon, the global gathering for fans of the video game Minecraft, takes place in London this weekend
The team recreating the ZX Spectrum's spongy keyboard tells the BBC it has received what is likely to be the final product.
Mastercard tests a smartphone app that uses facial recognition to verify online purchases.
Samsung is being taken to court in China over "unwanted" apps and other software it loads on its handsets.
EE, the UK's largest mobile phone operator, is fined £1m by the regulator Ofcom for breaching rules on handling customer complaints.
The businessman's hotel chain is investigating reports that it was the object of a long-running credit card security breach.
Campaign group Amnesty International calls for an independent inquiry after it is confirmed it was spied on by British surveillance agency GCHQ.
Facebook is to start sharing revenue from advertising with video creators.
A former undercover agent involved in the investigation into Silk Road admits stealing more than $700,000 in Bitcoin - most of it siphoned from the site.
The UK's Information Commissioner's Office receives a record number of complaints about nuisance calls.
A range of robots are on display at the Innorobo event in France, including the most advanced domestic robot to go on sale to the public.
A journalist started a Twitter storm when she reported an industrial accident in Germany - but the huge interest wasn't about the story, rather an inadvertent reference to a sci-fi classic.
The online retailer introduces its one-hour delivery service Prime Now in parts of London in its first expansion outside the US.
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak puts VR gaming to the test
How to be a back seat driver - even when you are not in the car
James Johnson, who was paralysed in Afghanistan, is using an exoskeleton to walk again as part of a pioneering programme.
Researchers hope cockroaches could access disaster zones which humans cannot reach
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
Vehicle design students at the Royal College of Art have been re-imagining the kind of cars that will be possible in an era of driverless transport.
Rory Cellan-Jones meets Pepper, the domestic robot, at the Innorobo event in Lyon, France.
A pair of young designers explain how they have developed a technique to make furniture from the waste product of 3D printing.
From machines that can help around the house, to ones that could be used as sales assistants, robots can change the way we live our lives.
The Salesforce founder talks to Rory Cellan-Jones about innovation in the tech industry and plays down fears that firms have been overvalued.
How Africa's games makers plan to make it big
Will Apple Music kill Spotify?
Hugo Barra leads the Chinese smartphone maker to Brazil and beyond
The kit recording the world's threatened cultural treasures
How should social networks handle racist comments?
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