||BBC News - Technology
How much data do you give away during your average day in the city?
|Fake data threat|
Not all cyber-attacks are about theft, some seek to undermine the trust placed in data and documents.
|Phone and forest|
How a remote community in Guyana is using cutting-edge software and equipment against deforestation.
Using robotic carers and nurses to help the elderly could ease strains on the global healthcare system.
Hearing loss affects about 360 million people globally - can smartphones help diagnose the condition?
|Marathon gaming risks|
The death of a young father leads to a conversation about marathon gaming sessions.
|Machines v hackers|
Security could increasingly rely on smart machines that spot cyber threats rather than on humans.
The stories behind CIA's weird names for its hacking tools, from "Weeping Angel" to "Starving Weasel".
|Scam call centre|
Three whistleblowers reveal details of an industrial-scale fraud operation based in India.
It's been a rollercoaster year for wearables in terms of sales, and experts are divided on their future.
The latest technologies aiming to take the stress out of business travel.
|Love on the line?|
Online dating fraud is on the rise, so what are dating firms doing to protect their members?
How a pilot scheme in Havana might point the way to an internet-connected Cuba.
The BBC offers its best advice for Silicon Valley's beleaguered bad boy.