US authorities have charged six people after an international investigation into tickets stolen through eBay's Stubhub.
One of the co-creators of Tor says he is working with others to tackle a "bug" that undermines the anonymity offered by the dark web system.
The BBC is experimenting with new ways to deliver TV coverage of live events, with a series of trials at the Commonwealth Games.
The vast majority of new broadband customers are declining to sign up to "child friendly" filters when prompted to do so by UK service providers.
Microsoft's chief executive details plans to "converge" the various Windows operating systems to aid app creators.
US video game publisher Electronic Arts reports a 51% jump in profit for the April-to-June quarter, boosted by strong sales of titles like Titanfall and FIFA 2014.
The entrepreneur is being taken to court for alleged copyright infringement by a record label whose own artist Kaskade has come forward to defend her.
Nvidia confirms the release of a tablet targeted at "serious gamers" that can run Android games natively or stream them from a PC.
Young couples who send explicit pictures of each other are threatened with prosecution under child sex laws.
China's fast-growing Xiaomi unveils a new flagship handset and $13 wristband - both of which are cheaper than similar models from other brands.
Apple reports quarterly profits of $7.75bn up 12%, helped by strong sales of its iPhone.
Web users are being warned about a novel tracking system that watches what they do online and frustrates tools designed to stop them being tracked.
A cyber-war is being waged alongside the conflict involving Isis in Iraq, suggests research by security firms.
Ireland's data protection watchdog criticises the government for a 'cock-up' over a genealogy site that leaked personal information
Chinese team NewBee takes home $5m in prize money after winning the world's most lucrative gaming contest.
Links masquerading as posts about the recent Malaysia Airlines crash lead users to pornographic sites and spamming scams, experts warn.
A group of MIT scientists announces the development of supplementary fingers controlled by sensors attached to the human hand.
Millions watch video poking fun at Kim Jong-un.
A smart contact lens that could help diabetics monitor their glucose levels is being developed
How gunshot detection technology is helping police to hear gunfire in the most concealed of places.
Kevin Spacey's series House of Cards is a prime example of how the broadcasting world is changing. But will a world of on demand TV be devoid of passion and personality. BBC Newsnight's David Grossman reports.
Engineers are making it possible for spectators to race against the world's fastest man.
The BBC has defended its iPlayer service service after it was hit by technical problems which started over the weekend.
Brazilian Tallis Gomes explains how a failed attempt to hail a cab drove him to create smartphone app Easy Taxi.
An exhibition at the Jewish museum in Berlin is showcasing a robot which has been programmed to write the sacred Jewish scriptures, known as the Torah.
Increasingly, technology companies are integrating the internet with other devices, such as household appliances or cars. But are there security risks?
Bjork's musical director Matt Robertson explains how they developed the instruments for her Biophilia tour.
From driving a truck across Europe to ploughing a field, why are people playing "real life" simulators?
The TV team 'spying' on students' social media lives
Netflix and Amazon disrupt how shows are made