Panasonic unveils a hybrid smartphone-camera, at the Photokina trade show in Cologne.
A German judge has overturned a temporary injunction which banned Uber from operating one of its services in the country.
Nigerian police in Abuja are seeking an IT worker alleging he helped to steal £25m from the bank where he worked.
The Federal Communications Commission must decide whether to offer internet fast lanes as it receives a record number of comments.
Apple releases a tool to remove U2's new album from its customers' iTunes accounts in response to complaints six days after giving away the music for free.
Mojang, the Swedish firm behind the popular video game Minecraft, is bought by Microsoft for $2.5bn (£1.5bn).
An influential group of major technology firms is calling on the UK to appoint "digital ministers" in every government department.
The first Android One handsets go on sale in India, offering “high quality” features and downloads at a relatively low price.
A wireless Canon Pixma printer has been hacked by a security researcher to run classic video game Doom.
Malicious links posted on the chat forums of video games streaming site Twitch can spend money without users' authorisation, it has emerged.
Contactless bank cards are being introduced on London's Tube, DLR and Overground trains from Tuesday.
Retailer Phones 4U has gone into administration putting 5,596 jobs at risk, as network provider EE joins Vodafone in not renewing its contract.
A group of drag queens have called on Facebook to allow them to use their stage names rather than real names on the social network.
US and British intelligence services can secretly access information from German telecoms operators, including Deutsche Telekom, Der Speigel says.
A bizarre spat has broken out between South Korean manufacturing giants Samsung and LG, with Samsung accusing its rival of damaging goods in German stores.
Memory specialist SanDisk has created an SD card with 512 gigabytes (512GB) of storage space - the highest capacity ever released.
The Japanese gaming company is pioneering an input method that involves moulding objects and landscapes by playing with special sand.
Social media giant Facebook has seen 10 million interactions concerning the Scottish independence referendum in a five-week period.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is in first place in the latest league table of the world's best universities.
From mirrors that give advice to wireless kitchen appliances - the devices that could be in the house of the future.
A suburban house has been transformed to help specialists find security flaws in smart devices and stop hackers taking control.
Google launches the first Android One branded smartphones in India.
A comment by Apple CEO Tim Cook has sparked debate regarding whether television is keeping up with changes in technology and consumer demands.
The Financial Times has redesigned the print version of the newspaper, corresponding with a shift of focus to online content.
Internet retailer Alibaba may have floated on the US stock market, but the China-based company is making waves in Silicon Valley as well as in Wall Street.
A games developer and the Dutch National Ballet have created an app which teaches dance moves.
Formula E is backed by some of the biggest names in the industry and on Saturday Beijing will hold the inaugural race of the season.
David Aaronovitch and Kelvin MacKenzie on the anger that can be found on social media sites.
The video games studio behind Minecraft is in talks to be taken over by Microsoft, according to reports.
A new laser-based system offers crisper, clearer movies