TalkTalk customers are being warned about scammers who managed to steal account numbers and names from the company's computers.
Google has changed its mind about forcing sexually explicit blogs on its Blogger platform to become private.
BBC launches a WhatsApp service so you can get Richard III updates direct to your phone.
A US-Bangladeshi blogger whose campaigning for a secular society in Bangladesh angered Islamists is hacked to death on a street in the capital Dhaka.
Harrison Ford will reprise his role as police officer Rick Deckard in the forthcoming Blade Runner sequel, it is confirmed.
Google has purchased the website address .app in an auction held by the organisation which assigns web domains.
People should listen to music for no more than one hour a day to protect their hearing, the World Health Organization suggests.
An unofficial passport website has sued more than 150 of its own customers after they tried to cancel or refused to pay believing they had been misled.
Apple is being sued by a company two days after it was told to pay the same firm $533m (£344m) for infringing patents.
A US intelligence assessment of security threats faced by the country highlights cyber attacks from foreign governments and criminals.
The US Federal Communications Commission votes in favour of tougher internet regulation, upholding the principle of net neutrality.
Many of the firm's smart TVs were unable to connect to servers for two days after a problem emerged as the firm carried out a security update.
A service allowing motorists in England and Wales charged with summary motoring offences to enter a plea online is being launched by the government.
Abertay University in Dundee is hosting Scotland's largest cyber-security conference, with support from government agency GCHQ.
Chinese computer maker Lenovo becomes the victim of a cyber-attack following a warning by the US government about software called Superfish.
Cisco, Apple, McAfee and Citrix have all been dropped from China's official list of approved products, according to the Reuters news agency.
A Sim card maker at the centre of NSA-GCHQ hacking claims says it believes that the US and UK cyberspy agencies did attack it.
Scientists at Plymouth University play improvised pieces of music with the help of slime mould.
Two llamas went on the lam in Arizona. Thanks to a local news live feed, the US watched - and Tweeted - in rapt attention.
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak reviews the new video game Evolve
Why one mother found a DIY solution to track her daughter's diabetes data.
A power assistance device turns push bikes into electric hybrid bicycles
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are examining the possibilities of self-assembly.
The BBC's Richard Taylor looks at "eye-tracking" technology which could be used in gaming, entertainment and healthcare, and asks if it could go mainstream.
An experiment at MIT's Distributed Robotics Lab is teaching robots to work collaboratively.
As the US tweaks its web regulations, Cuba is looking to radically update its internet infrastructure.
The smart garden that fits inside your house and provides fresh healthy food
Researchers say they have developed an artificial intelligence system that has taught itself how to win 1980s computer games.
A teenage girl has spoken of the change in her life after being given a bionic hand - the technology for which is being developed by scientists on Tyneside.
Keeping cinema affordable after Orange Wednesday's demise