Administrators have imposed a ban on Wikipedia alterations from the US House of Representatives, following "persistent disruptive editing".
A struggling Korean baseball team have invented a novel way to improve atmosphere at their matches - by bringing in a crowd of robot fans.
Chinese computing giant Lenovo has shown off what it hopes will be a rival to Google Glass - but with a better battery life.
Specially designed mobile games can help scientists answer important questions about cognition, a team finds.
A Russian satellite containing geckos could plummet to earth if control is not regained, according to reports.
Watchdogs are told that Google has complied with more than 45,000 requests for links to be erased from its European search results.
Amazon reports a loss of $126m in the second quarter and warns of slowing sales.
A drone operator tells the BBC how he located an elderly man in Wisconsin who had been missing for three days.
Nasa is asking for help to get data back from future science missions orbiting Mars or roaming its surface.
US chipmaker Qualcomm claims some Chinese companies are misrepresenting sales to minimise their payments.
The firm is the latest in the tech industry to admit it has problems with gender representation among its workforce.
Contactless bank cards are to be introduced on London's Tube, DLR and Overground trains.
One of the co-creators of Tor says he is working with others to tackle a "bug" that undermines the anonymity offered by the dark web system.
The Information Commissioner's Office is to receive more funding so it can monitor the implications of the controversial new "emergency" data law.
Arrests are made in the UK, US, Canada and Spain after a scam involving e-tickets for Elton John concerts and other shows sold via Stubhub.
The website of the European Central Bank has been hacked, with personal information stolen, but the bank says no market sensitive data was compromised.
The BBC is experimenting with new ways to deliver TV coverage of live events, with a series of trials at the Commonwealth Games.
Arcade game enthusiasts rally round after a plea on a fans' forum to help restore eight machines owned by the UK Computer Museum in Cambridge.
Kiev cathedral launches prayer and guidance app.
A smart contact lens that could help diabetics monitor their glucose levels is being developed
How gunshot detection technology is helping police to hear gunfire in the most concealed of places.
Personal aerial drones that take pictures could soon become a lot more common, thanks to a new invention.
Kevin Spacey's series House of Cards is a prime example of how the broadcasting world is changing. But will a world of on demand TV be devoid of passion and personality. BBC Newsnight's David Grossman reports.
Engineers are making it possible for spectators to race against the world's fastest man.
The BBC has defended its iPlayer service service after it was hit by technical problems which started over the weekend.
Brazilian Tallis Gomes explains how a failed attempt to hail a cab drove him to create smartphone app Easy Taxi.
An exhibition at the Jewish museum in Berlin is showcasing a robot which has been programmed to write the sacred Jewish scriptures, known as the Torah.
Increasingly, technology companies are integrating the internet with other devices, such as household appliances or cars. But are there security risks?
Bjork's musical director Matt Robertson explains how they developed the instruments for her Biophilia tour.
Squaring up to Senegal's cattle rustlers