After pulling out of the US, taxi app Hailo complains that rival Uber is blocking potential investors from offering funding.
DayZ, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft and Assassins Creed are also among the winners.
The Queen sends her first tweet to launch the London Science Museum's ambitious new Information Age gallery.
Computer workstations, electronic signature pads and free wi-fi are rolling out across UK job centres.
A social network promising never to sell user data or incorporate advertising secures multi-million dollar backing.
Mark Zuckerberg has conducted a chat to Chinese students in Mandarin, leading to mixed reviews about his accent and pronunciation.
Online harassment, from name-calling to stalking, is a common experience online, a new study finds.
US government investigators are looking into about two dozen cases of medical kit suspected to be vulnerable to life-threatening hacks.
Google revamps email with a mobile app that categorises messages and allows users to add their own reminders.
The City of London Police get more funding to fight piracy, while two people are arrested for allegedly selling hard drives full of music and videos.
A formal police complaint has been made by Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan after online rape threats were made against their daughter, the TV presenters say.
Microsoft is ditching the Nokia brand name from new smartphones, less than a year after acquiring the Finnish firm's mobile devices unit.
The US space agency uploads a free library of audio files, including astronaut voices.
Tinder's founder says people using the app will want new unnamed features so badly that they'll be happy to pay for them.
Technology giant Yahoo reports profits of $6.8bn for the third-quarter, buoyed mostly by earnings from the firm's stake in Chinese firm Alibaba.
US team develop a robot that can send back live pictures from the Moon as part of attempt to win Google's Lunar X-Prize.
An Australian man is convicted of performing a sex act in front of a webcam "watched by" a computer-generated child he believed was real.
Audi says one of its self-drive test cars topped 149mph (240km/h) at a race track in Germany, beating a human-driven version.
Sheikh Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh says Twitter is "the source of all evil and devastation" on his Fatwa television show.
Could technology turn you into a musical virtuoso? LJ Rich looks at new ways to make music.
The app that turns a global network of strangers into your alarm clock, with a dating twist.
BBC News speaks to the creators of Smarpshare, who want employees to become brand ambassadors for their firms.
Josh Spero, author of Second Hand Stories and editor of Spear's Magazine, and the author Erica Wagner, a former literary editor of the Times mull the question of high tech and old books.
One of the most ambitious projects ever undertaken by the Science Museum has been opened by the Queen in London.
How one manufacturer is making its smartphone really stand out from the crowd.
BBC Click looks at some of the week's technology highlights.
Spencer Kelly discovers how technology can ensure you don't have to be alone in a city full of strangers.
As the annual TechCrunch event for tech start ups comes to London for the first time, David Grossman goes to investigate.
The NHS is under pressure to close a huge projected funding gap - Dominic Hughes reports on how the NHS has addressed this in West Yorkshire.
Why big-eyed droids are cause for concern