BBC News - Technology
Bees 'go online' in Manchester
Rory visits a beekeeper in Manchester who is gluing wireless chips to his bees.
Uber London loses licence to operate
Ride-hailing app Uber is "not fit and proper" to operate in London, the transport regulator says.
Gym app Pact pays $1m over broken promises
A fitness app promising cash rewards for eating well pays up over accusations that it broke promises.
Hijacked software used to target tech giants
Hackers who hijacked security software also used it to infiltrate hi-tech firms, say Cisco researchers.
'Payment by vein' trialled in supermarket
The company behind the technology hopes the new way to pay for goods will appeal to millennials.
Gamers give their verdicts after being among the first in the UK to try the Xbox One X
Gamers have been trying the Xbox One X for the first time in the UK at the EGX expo in Birmingham.
Fake website fools Equifax staff
Equifax mistakenly directed some customers to a fake website via Twitter.
Deliveroo accounts reveal huge losses
"Gig economy" firm Deliveroo publishes accounts revealing huge losses.
WhatsApp and YouTube terror video man jailed
The 21-year-old radical Islamist filmed himself calling British soldiers "baby butchers of the Muslims".
Google signs $1.1bn HTC smartphone deal
The tie-up marks the latest push by Google to boost its hardware business.
Hidden golf game found on Nintendo Switch
Fans think the "Easter egg" is a tribute to the company’s late president Satoru Iwata.
Hands-on with Nest's new home security tech
Hands-on with Nest's new home security tech, including a doorbell that connects to an app and a security system.
YouTube to end paid channels service
Channels charging a monthly fee on YouTube will end in December, after the idea failed to take off.
Manchester police still relies on Windows XP
More than 20% of Greater Manchester Police's PCs run on the operating system, posing a hack risk.
Facebook trial lets users hide alcohol adverts
The social network is testing a tool that will let people hide categories of ads for the first time.
What can tech firms do to fight terror?
The prime minister wants tech companies to do more to tackle extremist content. They say it's not that easy.
Electric bus in record-breaking journey
An electric bus travels more than 1,000 miles on a single charge in the US.
Why might Google want to buy part of HTC?
Google struggled to integrate Motorola Mobility - why it would want to repeat the experience?
Instagram Live video 'led to murder suspect's arrest'
US police say they traced an 18-year-old murder suspect via a live video he had streamed.
NotPetya cyber-attack cost TNT at least $300m
Delivery company FedEx says a recent cyber-attack cost its TNT division about $300m (£221m).
Smartphone sales boom with over-55s
A study indicates that 71% of 55-to-75 year olds in the UK now own an app-capable handset.
Google launches UK 'anti-terror fund'
Google will give UK £1m to counter extremism as part of wider plans to deal with such content on its platforms.
Apple's iOS 11 kills old 32-bit iPhone and iPad apps
Apple's latest mobile operating system will not launch several ageing educational apps and games.
Is Amazon recommending bomb ingredients?
What are Amazon's algorithms recommending when it comes to purchasing the ingredients to make a bomb?
Pepe the Frog creator in copyright fight
The creator of the cartoon character says it has been hijacked by nationalists.
Neo-Nazi site finds home in Iceland
The neo-Nazi Daily Stormer site, chased off the internet in the wake of Charlottesville, has found a company willing to host it in Iceland.
China orders Bitcoin exchanges in capital city to close
All Bitcoin exchanges in Beiing and Shanghai must submit plans for winding down operations.
Internet 'having midlife crisis', says Baroness Lane-Fox's founder says the internet has done much good but sees "social and economic tensions".
Microsoft Outlook issue fixed
Email users across Europe were affected, the technology giant said.
Visitors 'help' Pirate Bay mine virtual cash
Many visitors objected when the site hijacked their computer to mine coins for the Monero digital currency.
Alert over booby-trapped security software
More than two million people downloaded a compromised version of Avast's CCleaner software.
UK 'biggest audience' in Europe for jihadist web content
Britain is the fifth-biggest audience in the world for extremist content, a study finds.
Uber sorry for 'Wife Appreciation Day' promotion
The company urged customers to "let your wife take a day off from the kitchen".
Google faces lawsuit over removing Gab from Play Store
The free speech network says it has been unfairly removed from the Android app store.
Google launches India mobile payments app Tez
Tez lets users transfer money via an audio signal as well as via the internet.
Will Germany's new law kill free speech online?
It's called "NetzDG" and critics worry that it will push social networks to delete posts - even if they are entirely legal.
Snapchat blocks Al Jazeera in Saudi Arabia
Snapchat has been caught up in an international row between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
Nigel - the robot that could tell you how to vote
Could artificial intelligence save democracy or should human politicians put limits on it?
Equifax data breach: Credit rating firm replaces key staff
Data on up to 143 million people may have been exposed when hackers hit the credit report giant.
China Communist Party Youth Twitter account prompts abuse
An account in the youth league's name is criticised for hypocrisy, but the league denies it's theirs.
UN warning on growing digital 'chasm'
Developed nations are pulling ahead of developing nations thanks to technology, says a UN report.
Facebook to trim advert categories aimed at 'anti-Semites'
Adverts could be directed towards people who described themselves as anti-Semitic, find researchers.
Google sued over 'sex discrimination'
Three former employees say Google pays women less than men for comparable work.
The all terrain security robot and other tech news
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
How business is driving the new space race
Why firms are spending millions to beat each other into orbit
Has Destiny 2 pleased video games fans?
Marc Cieslak gets a chance to blast his way through Destiny's 2 campaign mode.
'We are planning weekly rocket launches'
The small satellite industry is the fastest growing part of the space sector "and they all require launch" says Rocket Lab boss Peter Beck.
Google: Shared duty to find terrorist material
Search firm's lawyer says it is working to identify and remove terrorist materials from the net.
Brain surgery revolution
A brain surgeon in the UK has started using 3D printed titanium plates to replace parts of patients' skulls.
Undercover reporter confronts spam text message pair
The men boasted about being the biggest distributors of nuisance text messages in the UK.
Staying safe online at 'big school'
Are new secondary school students and their parents ready for the next level of social media?
Tomb Raider poster gets it in the neck
Alicia Vikander seems to be the victim of dodgy Photoshop in the poster for her new Tomb Raider film.
London venue is UK's first to use digital-only ticketing
Islington Assembly Hall will now only sell tickets through a ticketing app in a bid to cut out touts.
Nasa tests new Dream Chaser spacecraft and other news
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
Is quantum encryption the key to cyber-security?
Cyber-security has become an increasing concern after recent high profile hacking cases.
The elevators that go sideways as well as up and down
Instead of using a steel rope, the cabin is carried by linear motors.
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.
The half-space
The new Apple iOS has a Persian keyboard. BBC Persian's Sam Farzaneh discusses why it is an important feature.
Invisible threat
Many firms have no idea how many devices are connected to their networks - a major cyber-security risk.
Shared intelligence
The UK wants a "bespoke relationship", but Europol says the UK would lose influence.
Faster fashion
Gigi Hadid's collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger was among London Fashion Week shows using the new "see now, buy now" format.
Slow drive?
Electric cars have had a lot of publicity recently, but petrol and diesel engines are far from dead yet.
Instagram secrets
The Facebook-owned photo app has become an important marketing tool for many small entrepreneurs.
Sports tales
Newsbeat speaks to the stars of Madden NFL 18's new story mode called Longshot.
Cashing out
Card and phone payments may be replacing coins and notes, but are Swedes ready to get rid of cash altogether?
Strava it
How cycling app Strava became a must-have for cyclists around the world.
Hands on with the new iPhone X
Apple has announced a new iPhone that will cost $999. Is it worth the money? The BBC's Dave Lee got hands on with the much anticipated device.
LG's V30 smartphone 'leaves gimmicks behind'
The device has an OLED display and advanced camera features but no second screen or add-on modules.
Sony phone app takes 3D clone snaps
Software creates detailed 3D scans of any object using just a phone's camera and motion sensor.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8: A giant phone
Samsung puts the disastrous Note 7 behind it with a follow-up that is both bigger and more costly.