BBC News - Technology
Black Friday and Cyber Monday: Top tips
How to bag the best of the bargains.
Call to regulate video game loot boxes over gambling concerns
Greater use of loot boxes in games has drawn criticism and scrutiny from politicians and regulators
Warnings over net-connected Christmas gadgets
Parents should check net-connected toys and gadgets are safe to give to children, warns data watchdog.
Glitch in YouTube's tool for tracking obscene comments
A system for flagging indecent comments on children's videos was compromised by a serious glitch.
Amazon workers on strike in Italy and Germany
Employees disrupt one of the retailer's busiest shopping days in disputes over pay and conditions.
Facebook, Google and start-ups oppose net neutrality U-turn
Opponents say the proposed changes could threaten the US's start-up ecosystem.
Russian Fancy Bear hackers' UK link revealed
When notorious Russian hackers hired servers from a UK-registered company, they left a trove of clues.
Facebook to expose Russian fake news pages
It will release a tool to let people see if they had followed now-deleted Russia-linked pages.
Tesla finishes installing mega-battery in Australia
The battery array can store enough energy to power 30,000 homes for about an hour.
Foxconn stops interns' illegal overtime at iPhone X factory
Apple's main iPhone supplier has stopped illegal overtime by school age interns in a factory in China
UK broadband ads to ditch 'misleading' speeds
A radical shake-up of broadband advertising will change the way ISPs promote the speed of net services.
Singapore to use driverless buses 'from 2022'
The government plans to let commuters hail on-demand shuttles using their mobile phones.
Ultra-fast broadband cash up for grabs in UK
Public bodies will be able to apply for a share of the cash to help roll out full fibre broadband.
Android phones 'betray' user location to Google
The devices send location data back to Google even when location services are switched off.
Drones scatter mosquitoes to fight diseases
The drones can release thousands of sterile male mosquitoes to reduce the insect population.
Iranian charged with Game of Thrones hack
Behzad Mesri is accused of leaking details of unaired episodes and demanding a $6m ransom from HBO.
Toyota's robot mirrors human movements and other news
BBC Click's Kat Hawkins looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
YouTube child abuse reporting 'not working'
Volunteer moderators say there could more than 50,000 predatory accounts on the site.
How an emergency services app is helping to save lives
A start-up is trying to simplify Nairobi's chaotic emergency services system.
OnePlus: Inside its smartphone factory
Click gets exclusive access to a factory in Shenzhen to see how the new OnePlus 5T phone is made.
Simulator trains teachers to deal with mass shootings
In the last four years there have been more than 200 school shootings in the United States.
Google Pixel Buds language translation tested
Rory puts Google's language translating headphones through their paces, with varying results.
Tesla shows off new truck and surprise Roadster
Tesla shows off a long awaited truck, but surprises with its new Roadster sports car.
Baidu's voice-controlled smart speaker and other news
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
Virtual reality used during cystic fibrosis treatment
Cystic fibrosis patients can now use virtual reality safaris to distract them from treatment.
Automated checkouts 'miserable' for elderly shoppers
"Intimidating" checkouts and a lack of seating are "shutting out" the elderly from shops, a charity says.
CAST studies how robots could work better with people
A new research lab is looking to find the best ways to train robots to work with people.
Why these faces do not belong to 'real' people
Nvidia has been developing algorithms to generate photorealistic faces.
Ford builds robot which tests car seats and other news
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
The robot that can swim and fly and other tech news
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
Help is on its way!
Not every country has a single number to call in an emergency. One start-up is trying to change that.
Can't write code?
After creating her own app without knowing how to programme, Tara Reed is teaching others to do the same.
Power ranger
As the world moves towards low-carbon electric cars, how are we going to power them all?
Chill seekers
A simple innovation is helping to cut supermarkets' refrigeration costs by 15%.
Visibility poor
A shortage of weather data is holding back many African economies. Some start-ups are changing this.
Propaganda machine
A Russian "troll factory" is working with rebels in eastern Ukraine to discredit pro-Ukrainian elements, BBC Russian has learned.
Talking pants
We love shopping online for clothes but often have to return them. Can tech help make things easier?
Tiger cubs
Asia is driving the massive growth in online shopping, with younger generations leading the charge.
Xbox One X: Microsoft's new console reviewed
The console can display 4K 60 frames-per-second graphics in high dynamic range.
How algorithms helped design a concert hall
Each of the 10,000 acoustic panels is unique and designed to give the best listening experience.
AI takes centre stage in new Adobe tools
Click visits the Adobe Max conference to find out the latest developments in Photoshop.
Inside Microsoft's new mixed reality capture studio
Microsoft opens a hi-tech studio dedicated to creating mixed reality content.