Sony has developed a watch made from e-paper as part of an initiative to experiment with the use of the material for fashion products.
Cyberthieves who used stolen credit cards to buy airline tickets are targeted in raids at 80 airports.
A report from the UK parliament says Facebook, Twitter and other social networking firms need to make their terms and conditions clearer.
A broken screen on a smartphone might not seem like one of the most pressing problems - but firms are now offering a very quick fix.
Retailers including John Lewis and Currys head for record online sales as frenzied shopping swamps websites.
The High Court bans a further 53 piracy sites, more than doubling the number that the UK's leading net providers must block.
The head of the games studio behind Assassin's Creed Unity emails players apologising for glitches in the game and offering compensation.
A landmark vote at the European Parliament has called for Google's search business to be separated from its other businesses.
Electronic devices sold in the US are no longer required to display certain regulatory symbols and text, thanks to a new law.
A number of websites have been compromised to display a message from a group identifying itself as the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA).
Mobile devices using biometric data should be better designed to protect security and privacy, according to the former head of GCHQ, Sir John Adye.
More than one million vinyl records have been sold in the UK so far this year - the first time the milestone has been achieved since 1996.
Sony agrees to reimburse some owners of the PlayStation Vita after being accused of making false claims about its features.
A project to recreate one of Britain's pioneering computers reaches a key milestone at the National Museum of Computing.
The founder of the seized file-sharing site Megaupload, Kim Dotcom, says he is out of funds after spending $10m on a legal battle.
Video bloggers are being told they need to be completely clear about when they are being paid to promote products.
Two men suspected of releasing a pirated copy of Hollywood blockbuster The Expendables 3 are arrested.
Facebook hosted a conversation by one of Fusilier Lee Rigby's killers in which he said he wanted to kill a soldier, five months before the attack, the BBC learns.
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The "wonder material" graphene could be used to make bulletproof armour, new research suggests.
How Japanese broadcaster NHK is preparing for hi-tech coverage of the 2020 Olympics.
Marc Cieslak visits GameCity which looks to promote the cultural benefits of playing games.
BBC Click looks at some of the week's technology highlights.
A PhD student from Brunel University London has saved himself £100,000 by 'hacking' his own kit.
Technology companies have to do more to flag up terror threats on their websites, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
Chief executive Rahul Batra explains his ambitions for the Burmese search engine Bindez.
For programme makers it is becoming increasingly difficult to generate big ratings on TV but the solution may lie in live television, especially in America, as Tom Brook reports
More people across Europe are asking for links to web pages about them to be removed in a quest to be forgotten.
A law forcing communications firms to pass on details that could help identify criminals using the internet is being planned by the home secretary.
The chairman and co-founder of Twitter is in London for the global launch of his new company 'Square'.