New York's financial regulator calls on firms to submit proposals to set up 'regulated' exchanges for digital currencies like Bitcoin.
Angry parents have filed a legal action against Google over the way children can make purchases from apps without their consent.
The BBC has unveiled an update to its on-demand iPlayer service, which will include several new online-only shows for "a BBC Three audience".
Nasa is searching for coders who can identify asteroids that may be heading directly for Earth.
Mt Gox, the troubled Japanese bitcoin exchange, wins bankruptcy protection to temporarily halt US legal action alleging fraud.
The next-generation Blu-Ray will be called the Archival Disc and eventually store up to 1TB of data.
US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden portrays a bleak future for the internet as he speaks via video link to the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas.
Google will release a software development kit later this month for developers to create smart wearable devices using its Android operating system.
Hackers have taken over the web accounts of the boss of troubled Bitcoin exchange MtGox and published data they found.
European Commission vice-president Neelie Kroes says that for billions of people around the world trust in the internet is "now missing".
The UK government will spend an extra £45m on developing so-called "internet of things" technology, David Cameron has announced.
The banking industry's new mobile phone payments system will be launched later this year, says the Payments Council.
Facebook's purchase of WhatsApp - one of the biggest ever tech acquisitions - runs into trouble over privacy concerns.
People should not send sensitive information over public wi-fi hotspots, as data theft by hackers is rising, Europol warns.
The world's biggest smartphone maker, Samsung, launches a free music streaming service called Milk Music.
The man singled out by a magazine as being behind the virtual currency denies any involvement.
A survey suggests that school children could be missing out because of poor home broadband connections.
The eBay seller who tried to sell the MH370.com domain name for $5,000.
Smartphone apps which measure skiing speed have been criticised for encouraging dangerous behaviour on the slopes. But are they really so bad?
A business card fitted with a computer capable of playing a number of games including Tetris, plus other tech news.
Click's Kate Russell looks at sites and tools to protect photos plus other sites and apps reviewed.
Inventors at the South by Southwest festival show how to print smartphone photos onto old Polaroid film.
Global mass surveillance conducted by the US and other governments is "setting fire to the future of the internet", says Edward Snowden.
A robotic companion is helping children with autism learn and develop communication skills.
Emma Jane Kirby on whether skiing apps encourage dangerous behaviour.
Dr Paolo Bombelli, a biochemist at the University of Cambridge, discusses how moss was used to power a radio.
LJ Rich tries a vest which measures the wearer’s heart rate and tennis racquet which analyses playing style.
The annual South by Southwest festival has kicked off in Austin, Texas. The BBC's North America Technology Correspondent Richard Taylor soaks up the atmosphere.
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy game embarks on its next chapter on Saturday with the launch of a new online game.
Four lives transformed by www.