A dangerous flaw that has exposed eBay customers to malicious websites has been affecting the site since at least February, the BBC has found.
Google and Apple commit to encrypting users' data by default, to protect against hackers and the requests of law enforcement agencies.
Multi-billionaire Oracle boss Larry Ellison steps aside to focus on product engineering, as Mark Hurd and Safra Catz are named as co-chief executives.
Apple iPhone and iPad users take to social media to express their frustration over installing the company's latest software update.
A university is showing the first photographs taken by a £100 telescope built from parts made by a 3D printer.
A US Senate report suggests hackers associated with the Chinese government broke into computers of airlines and ships.
Microsoft announces another 2,100 redundancies as part of a plan to cut 18,000 jobs, about 14% of its workforce.
The human eye has inspired physicists to create a processor that can analyse particle collisions 400 times faster than currently possible.
A printer that creates fake skin to help burn victims heal, kit to check the health of bees and a solar-powered portable cooker win 2014's national Dyson awards.
A sophisticated attack on eBay compromises at least two listings so that users who click on them are redirected to a fake page that attempts to steal their credentials.
NewsCorp's chief executive writes strongly worded letter calling for a tougher approach from the EU to search giant Google.
Drivers have been warned against the potential dangers of using a smartwatch while driving.
Apple has extended the use of two-step verification checks to iCloud back-ups, preventing the use of a tool to download iPhone and iPad back-ups.
IBM's supercomputer Watson is being made available to businesses to answer tricky questions.
Panasonic unveils a hybrid smartphone-camera, at the Photokina trade show in Cologne.
Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony says its annual loss may be more than four times bigger than initially forecast, due to its struggling mobile business.
Engineers build a chin strap that harnesses the energy produced by jaw movements, and could one day power hearing aids or bluetooth earpieces.
A wireless Canon Pixma printer has been hacked by a security researcher to run classic video game Doom.
A look at the latest gadgets which could make it easier to take the perfect night-time picture.
From mirrors that give advice to wireless kitchen appliances - the devices that could be in the house of the future.
The first person to buy the iPhone 6 in Perth, Australia, dropped his new gadget during an interview with a TV reporter.
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Google launches the first Android One branded smartphones in India.
A comment by Apple CEO Tim Cook has sparked debate regarding whether television is keeping up with changes in technology and consumer demands.
The Financial Times has redesigned the print version of the newspaper, corresponding with a shift of focus to online content.
The BBC's Jen Copestake meets the developers behind a crypto-currency wallet attracting attention from governments and extremists alike.
India's farmers turn to tech to cope with climate change
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