BBC News - Technology
Probe after 'drone made helicopter crash'
Investigations are launched after a helicopter reportedly crashed after swerving to avoid a consumer drone.
Facebook to seek verification by post for election ads
People wishing to take out ads naming political candidates will be sent a verification code in the post.
Plans drawn up for world's tallest wooden skyscraper
The 70-storey tower would be 90% wood and have trees and other foliage on every level.
Anger at Google image search 'peace deal'
The search giant will remove features from its image search to appease Getty Images.
Facebook told to stop tracking in Belgium
Facebook is ordered to stop tracking people without consent, by a court in Belgium.
Hot on Instagram - but is it art?
Should social media-friendly experiences designed to make striking photos be considered art?
Russia-Trump inquiry: Russians charged over US 2016 election tampering
The named Russians are indicted along with three Russian companies by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Call for women-only Uber Pools for London
Customers should be allowed to "choose who they share vehicles with", says Transport for London.
Instagram submits to Russia censor's demands
Service blocks access to corruption claim-related posts despite YouTube failing to meet similar demand.
Google Chrome launches default ad-blocker
The latest versions of the web browser will block "annoying intrusive" ads from today.
Snapchat petition attracts one million signatures
Snapchat's changes have sparked a backlash as users complain that it is more difficult to use.
'Anti-Clinton' Wikileaks chat leaked
Leaked copies of a private chat suggest Wikileaks wanted a Republican candidate to become president.
UK and US blame Russia for 'malicious' NotPetya cyber-attack
Britain and the US say the Russian military was behind the NotPetya attack which hit firms worldwide.
Apple's HomePod speakers leave white marks on wood
The tech firm has said owners may have to re-oil surfaces if the ring marks do not fade.
Social networks 'too slow' on rights changes
The European Commission wants Facebook, Google and Twitter to do more to protect consumer rights.
Crypto-currency craze 'hinders search for alien life'
A scientist says the search for alien intelligence has been hit by a shortage of computer hardware.
Search tool accesses firms' documents in the cloud
A website lets people freely look for sensitive data stored on servers at Amazon Web Services.
AI does grunt work on China's pig farms
Alibaba rolls out a system that analyses pig squeals and coughs to improve pork production.
YouTube and Instagram face Russian bans
Russia's internet watchdog has ordered videos and images on the services to be blocked by end of day.
eSports' Overwatch League announces its first female player
Kim "Geguri" Se-Yeon is the first female player in the history of the eSports Overwatch League.
Amazon Echo Dot ad cleared over cat food order
A television ad that caused a viewer's Echo Dot device to try to order cat food has been cleared.
Logan Paul 'won't be kicked off' YouTube
The controversial star hasn't done enough to warrant a ban from the site, YouTube's head says.
Ten gigabit home broadband tested in UK
A proof-of-concept test of 10Gbps has been conducted in a residential home in London.
Robots compete in skiing challenge and other news
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
Blade Runner 2049: How we recreated a character
The filmmakers wanted one of the characters to appear in the new film looking as they did in 1982.
'Phenomenal' robot surgery speeds up man's recovery
Owen Veldhuizen says the surgery, which saw a robot used to operate on his heart, was "phenomenal".
Computer reconstructs St Valentine's face
A reconstruction is made of the saint's face, based on human remains thought to belong to him.
The 3D projections that float in the air
Researchers at Brigham Young University nicknamed it the Princess Leia project.
Flying cars: Will they ever take off?
Some companies are trying to fulfil the long-cherished dream of making a car that can fly. But how practical or affordable will they be?
Boston Dynamics' latest SpotMini robot opens doors
Boston Dynamics' latest design of the SpotMini robot is able to open doors.
Patient's chest rebuilt with 3D print after tumour surgery
Peter Maggs' chest wall was rebuilt using the technology after a large tumour was removed.
Quantum computers 'one step closer'
Quantum computing has taken a step forward with the recent development of a silicon-based programmable quantum processor.
Cryonics: Your body preserved for future revival?
Arizona-based company Alcor offers cryonic preservation in the hope of reviving you in the future.
ColorFab: 3D printer can change colour of objects
MIT is making a new kind of 3D printer that can change the colour of the objects you print.
Night Shift: Game aims to help doctors detect trauma
A doctor has designed a video game about treating patients with severe injuries.
PowerWatch: The smartwatch powered by body heat
The watch uses thermoelectric technology to covert body heat energy into electricity.
Humble origins
Sweden is one of the most innovative countries in the world, but the business culture discourages bragging.
Biggest carmaker
Working out who sells the most cars is more complicated than you might think.
YouTube couples
In the latest Newsbeat Documentary, vlogger Ben Hunte looks at couples revealing all on YouTube and Instagram.
Tinder revolution
Online dating has become the standard way to find a partner these days. Can AI make it even better?
Terror pranks
Fake bombs, staged murders, stunts that resemble acid attacks - why are YouTubers posting "terror pranks"?
Potato plastics
Better recycling and compostable materials could be an answer to our plastic pollution problem.
Computer says no
More firms are relying on artificial intelligence and automation to speed up recruitment, but at what cost?
Computer pioneers
Florin and Mariuca Talpes started their $600m IT firm Bitdefender after Romania's 1989 revolution.
AI detects Islamic State video uploads
An algorithm that detects propaganda made by the Islamic State group is developed in the UK.
Die With Me: The chat app for those with a low battery
The Die With Me app only works when you have 5% battery or less.
The bodyhackers enhancing the human form
The BBC meets bodyhackers determined to push the human body into new territory.
The tech making fashion accessible for disabled people
Open Style Lab combines technology and fashion to make clothing more accessible for disabled people.