The movements of hundreds of millions of mobile users are being tracked by the NSA every day, reveals the Washington Post.
The UK government wants to make Britain a world leader in developing autonomous vehicles.
Chinese financial regulators have banned the nation's banks from handling transactions involving the Bitcoin virtual currency.
The group of companies that develop the USB cable announce that a forthcoming generation will be able to be plugged either way round into computer sockets.
The world's biggest vessel takes to the water for the first time in South Korea.
Virgin is to enter a team for the first FIA Formula E electric racing car championship, which gets out of the grids next year.
A security researcher says he has found a way to hijack a popular brand of drones by launching a Raspberry Pi-equipped aircraft of his own.
Google reveals it has taken over seven robotics companies and is hiring staff to develop products as part of a team led by its former Android chief.
A database of more than two million stolen passwords for Facebook, Yahoo and others has been published online, a security firm has found.
People accused of stealing bitcoins - a virtual currency - have been detained by police in two separate operations in China and Germany.
Russian company Yota launches a two-screen smartphone that uses e-ink technology.
China has awarded its first licences to mobile phone companies to provide the superfast 4G mobile network to customers.
Music streaming website Spotify responds to critics by revealing how much it pays in royalties, it says more than $1bn (£612m) since 2008.
British firm E2V shows off a prototype designed to bring cars to a halt by confusing their electronics, causing their engines to shut down.
Customers of mobile operator 3 are now able to use their UK allowance of data, texts and calls in the US and 10 other countries.
The HM Courts & Tribunals Service says it is sorry for publishing names of defendants online, despite anonymity order.
Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a camera that can take 3D photos in the dark.
The US SpaceX rocket company puts a commercial TV satellite in orbit, marking its ambition to take a big slice of the market for launching telecommunications spacecraft.
Kate Russell reviews a site which allows you to curate your own fine art, plus other sites and apps.
Click's Jen Copestake visits the world's largest 3D printing factory in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
A fuel cell has been fitted in the basement of a new development off Regent Street in London.
The UN mission in Democratic Republic of Congo has started to deploy unarmed surveillance drones to monitor rebel activity near the forested borders with Rwanda and Uganda.
#BBCtrending investigates how some users of social media have used the death of movie star Paul Walker, as an opportunity to raise their profile and make money.
Israel's high tech companies are in London to woo European investors.
The world's biggest floating facility, which will produce natural gas from 2017, takes to the water for the first time.
The BBC's Legal Correspondent Clive Coleman explains how to avoid legal action over tweets and status updates.
As Americans flock to the shops for Black Friday's bonanza sales, #BBCtrending investigates the darker side of the day.
The tech industry is dominated by men. Does that matter and why don't more women learn to code?
Is choosing to block online advertising ethical?
Should we fear the rise of Chinese telecoms group Huawei?