Social networking giant postpones the launch of its "Facebook phone" after negative feedback and disappointing sales.
Fan fiction authors will be able to publish and sell some titles in the US via new e-book platform Kindle Worlds.
An original Apple 1 computer from 1976 - one of the first built in Steve Jobs' garage - sells at auction for more than 500,000 euros ($650,000).
A public appeal for help to recover the very first web page has unearthed a relic from 1991.
RBS has apologised for the second time in two months after customers were unable to login to their accounts through their mobile phone app.
The BBC is to close its Digital Media Initiative, with director general Tony Hall saying it had "wasted a huge amount of licence fee payers' money".
Sally Bercow says she is "surprised and disappointed" after the High Court rules a tweet she published about Tory peer Lord McAlpine was libellous.
Russia's most popular social network, VKontakte, is temporarily blacklisted by mistake - and some users find it blocked.
A radio that has the ability to alter scripts and other content depending on its location and other factors is being developed by the BBC.
Google has acquired a US start-up that generates power using turbines flying on robotic tethered kites.
A former college football player has won the right to sue Electronic Arts for using his likeness without permission.
A chain of mobile phone stores aimed specifically at the Latino market is to be opened by singer and actress Jennifer Lopez
Microsoft faces a backlash from some gamers after it emerges the company may charge a fee to play pre-owned games on its new Xbox One console.
Micro-blogging site Twitter says it is bringing in a two-step login for users to beef up security following recent high-profile breaches.
The theft of US intellectual property is "unprecedented" and costing billions, a US report says, pointing to China as the main culprit.
A couple who own an electrical firm had a shock when they received a mobile phone bill for £163,000, then fought for months to have the debt cleared.
Space engineers in Ecuador are trying to establish if the country's only satellite has been damaged in a crash with space debris.
In an age when "extremely violent and sadistic imagery is two clicks away", school sex education is struggling to keep pace, suggests a study.
Mark Istook reports on Microsoft's new approach and hears how the company still believes its new device is still primarily a gaming console.
Marc Cieslak discovers how far time has come since the tower containing Big Ben was built
Mobile technologies have changed the way we work and communicate - but the very fact we use them on the move can cause serious accidents.
CEO Tim Cook has spoken out in defence of Apple, after a Senate committee accused the company of using "a complex web of offshore entities" to avoid paying billions of dollars in US income taxes.
Click's Spencer Kelly looks at how projectors and computers are being used to create immersive experiences.
Games developers are turning their focus towards indie games designed for smart phones or tablets, rather than traditional consoles.
New York University's Tisch School of the Arts explores the use of today's communications technologies - and how they might enhance people's lives tomorrow.
The BBC talks to Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales about Yahoo's acquisition of Tumblr, in a $1.1bn deal.
Former LulzSec hacker Jake Davis, who has received a 24 month sentence for computer hacking, talks to Newsnight's Susan Watts about his time as part of the group.
Tumblr, the blogging site set up by a 20 year old only six years ago, has been bought by the internet giant Yahoo for more than £700 million.
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