Google announces that a range of computer-on-a-sticks and laptops costing as low as $149 (£101) are joining its range of Chrome OS devices.
The Force - the mysterious energy field used by the Jedi in Star Wars - has been 'discovered' by researchers at the Cern laboratory in an April Fools prank.
China says it will create a "blacklist" of banned Japanese anime cartoons, and plans to punish firms that hosted violent and sexual clips online.
A new method of compression could see ultra-HD video streamed to TVs and other devices using around 50% of the bandwidth currently needed.
In an attempt to attract more household shoppers, Amazon unveils a button for replenish items such as washing powder and razors.
President Barack Obama has ordered the creation of a programme that would allow the US government to sanction foreign hackers.
Security researchers say "innocent" internet users are unwittingly carrying out the attack, most likely hijacked by the Chinese government.
Microsoft shifts its entry-range tablets to Intel processors, allowing them to run a wider range of software.
Facebook has reacted angrily to a report that said it may be in breach of EU privacy laws over its tracking policies.
After a lengthy battle, the two firms have said they will seek talks in future disputes and leniency for each other in existing ones.
HP sues Autonomy co-founder Mike Lynch and ex-finance officer Sushovan Hussain, as Autonomy's former management says it will launch a counter-claim.
Lack of gender diversity and alleged discrimination against women are uncomfortable issues once again in the spotlight for the technology sector.
The release schedule for Nintendo's Wii U is looking "pretty barren" after the launch of Legend of Zelda was delayed, according to industry analysts.
Use of political hashtags in the UK seems to be dominated by men
How 3D printing is helping with the completion of the Sagrada Familia church in Barcelona
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak reviews the new video game Evolve
Amazon has unveiled a button that can be placed around the home - and will replenish items when pressed.
The laptop used to store top-secret documents leaked by National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden has gone on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
How an app and mapping technology is making life better for residents in a Nairobi slum
StoryCorps has launched a smartphone app that directly uploads recordings to the US Library of Congress
Paul Brennan talks to the BBC about sending a drone up to herd his sheep.
The system that can provide data and create Wi-Fi hotspots in remote parts of the world
Traditional watchmakers like Breitling, Bulgari, Tissot and Vector are now offering smartwatches
Some of the biggest names in entertainment have re-launched the music subscription service Tidal, which they claim will change musical history.
The girlfriend and cat watched by home cam
Virtual reality makes a new kind of journalism possible
Calls for the internet to be one of the key issues in the forthcoming UK election
Is fibre key to getting all of Africa online?
Should parents ever worry about Minecraft?
How you can save money and barter your way to the good life