BBC News - Technology
Thai man kills baby on Facebook Live then takes own life
Facebook's processes were already under scrutiny after video of a US killing stayed online for hours.
Google search changes tackle fake news and hate speech
More people will be involved in checking what Google returns for search terms
Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales creates news service Wikitribune
Wikitribune will be written by professional journalists and edited by volunteers.
Teenage cyber hacker Adam Mudd jailed for global attacks
Adam Mudd hacked gaming sites including Xbox Live and Runescape to earn money, a court hears.
Russian hackers 'target' presidential candidate Macron
High-tech techniques were used to trick staff into handing over login names, say experts
Ted 2017: I won first match with Deep Blue, says Kasparov
Garry Kasparov gives his views of the future relationship between humans and machines, at the Ted conference.
Ted 2017: Frugal scientist offers malaria tools
A toy-inspired device for malaria detection that costs 20 cents is shown off at the Ted conference
The ex-train station turned world's largest tech incubator
A former railway station in Paris is being turned into the largest incubator for tech start-ups.
Google driverless cars free to public in Phoenix
Hundreds of people are being invited to test out Google's robot car service in Phoenix for free.
Marissa Mayer to make $184m from Yahoo's sale to Verizon
Yahoo's chief executive will be paid $184m from the sale of the company to Verizon.
Professional Overwatch player quits after racist rant
Matt "Dellor" Vaughn is sacked by Toronto eSports after footage of a racist rant was posted on YouTube.
Eight ways intelligent machines are already in your life
Many people are unsure about what machine learning is, but the chances are they are using it every day.
Driverless cars trial set for UK motorways in 2019
The project will include a journey between London and Oxford in 2019.
YouTube restores 'wrongly blocked' LGBT videos
Video-makers had complained that their content was being hidden by YouTube's "restricted mode".
Uber 'tracked iPhones to stop fraud'
Report claims Apple boss Tim Cook personally intervened to stop ride sharing firm.
Brain Tumour Charity cautious about Italy mobile phone ruling
Charity urges caution after a ruling in Italy about mobile phone use and brain tumour growth.
US Navy cracks down on sharing of intimate photographs
The order comes after an investigation into the sharing of images of female marines on Facebook.
Parents' mobile use harms family life, say secondary pupils
More than a third of pupils have felt the need to ask adults to put down their phones, suggests a poll.
Computer pioneer Harry Huskey dies aged 101
The veteran hardware maker worked on the Eniac machine and helped Alan Turing build a computer.
GE17: No electronic voter registration for Northern Ireland
Legislation to bring in the registration was passed in December but systems not in place for 8 June.
Warning over fake celebrity accounts
Law enforcement agencies around the world are concerned about an increase in fake celebrity social media accounts.
Computer hacker Adam Mudd attacked gaming websites
Cyber attacks on universities and gaming websites, including Minecraft, cost them millions, a court hears.
Russian MP Seleznev incensed after son jailed in US
Valery Seleznev said the sentence was "passed by man-eaters" and that his son was "abducted".
Are flying cars the future?
A first glimpse of the flying car backed by Google co-founder
Can plastic roads help save the planet?
A start-up company is persuading local councils in the UK to turn local plastic waste into roads.
Latest technology tested out in Arctic Circle trek
BBC Click followed four men as they trekked in the Arctic Circle for charity trialling some of the latest tech.
'Why I hacked the government'
Hacker Jake Davis says he was motivated by the idea of the internet as a 'Utopian space'
The autonomous robotic sunshade and other news
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
French politician appears in seven places at once
A French presidential candidate makes use of the Victorian Pepper’s Ghost illusion.
Germany's public wi-fi dilemma
Public wi-fi owners in Germany could be held liable for illegal downloads, but campaigners are trying to change the law.
3D modelling helps new V&A Dundee to take shape
Advances in technology are enabling the new V&A Dundee to take shape.
FaceApp sorry for 'racist' filter that lightens skin to make users 'hot'
The makers of a face-morphing app have apologised after users said the "hot" filter lightened their skin.
'Anomaly' blamed for £10k first class railway ticket
The ticket is for a journey between towns 64 miles apart making the trip cost £156 per mile.
Could Star Trek medical device become a reality?
Two teams are competing to develop a hand-held device to diagnose illness.
Sennheiser's HE-1 - £54,000 headphones - put to the test
BBC Click's Spencer Kelly tests headphones which have been 10 years in the making.
Teams prepare for NanoCar race and other news
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
How free wi-fi is transforming India's rail stations
Free high-speed wi-fi is now being offered at 115 stations on India's railway network.
Lunch-hour hacks
Rushed off your feet? Not enough hours in the day? Here are some apps to help you take control.
Geeks vs government
The technology which underpins the internet's security has always been disputed.
Russia's secret
Stem subjects - science, technology, engineering, maths - have an image problem. But not in Russia.
V&A in VR
Cutting edge construction and design tools help transform Dundee's waterfront
Guardians of the home
Home security technology linked to smartphones is helping to keep people and property safe.
Hear all about it
S-Town and Serial might be hits, but will listening to podcasts ever be more than a niche pursuit?
Facing the future
They may threaten the human workforce, but they are crucial to the modern economy.
The good stuff
Philanthropy tech is on the rise, from gaming with a conscience to video ads earning cash for charities.
'Unexpected' win
The Bafta Games award winners tell Newsbeat how they're feeling after most the world's prestigious gaming ceremony.
Google Earth adds Attenborough world tours
The BBC's Sir David Attenborough will show people "natural treasures" within the new Google Earth.
Meet Tarzan - the robot designed to monitor crops
How a robot designed to swing between cables could help farmers monitor crops.
'World's worst drawer' stumps Google AutoDraw
An artificial intelligence-powered illustration aid tries to recognise Rory Cellan-Jones' scribbles.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+: First look
Samsung's new phones feature a new virtual assistant, Bixby, and longer screens than past devices.