The latest stories from the Technology section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 40 min 22 sec ago
How an exoskeleton suit is helping a man paralysed from the waist down to walk
Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy turn up - but won't talk - at the launch of a high-end, high-price smartphone.
Could leaving the EU cost you more to use your phone abroad? Rory Cellan-Jones has been finding out.
A crude clone of the Facebook social media site briefly appears in North Korea before going offline.
Nintendo's upcoming Pokemon games are causing controversy in Hong Kong because of plans to give Pikachu and his friends Mandarin names.
Instant messaging apps must store data about Iranian users inside the country, Iran has ordered.
Microsoft, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook pledge to remove hate speech within 24 hours, as they back an EU code of conduct.
More than 400 million hacked account IDs from Tumblr and MySpace are being offered for sale on the net.
Will giving computers emotions make them more useful at work?
The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) says a data transfer pact between the EU and US needs "significant improvements".
Director Duncan Jones talks about bringing the popular video game to the big screen.
A collection of bitcoins worth about £8m, confiscated by police in Australia, will be auctioned off in June.
BBC's Taiwan correspondent Cindy Sui meets with Zenbo - what its creator Asus says is the first 'affordable' household robot.
The BBC Business series My Shop visits The Startup Van team, who have now left their van and moved into a shop in order to offer their interview service.
Sainsbury's is trialling new food-cooling technologies that promise to be more eco-friendly than current alternatives.
Roger Harrabin visits a factory in Wales that is using ice to make fridges more economical.
Gossip site Gawker accuses PayPal founder Peter Thiel of being 'vindictive' and a 'comic book villain' who uses his billions to fund libel suits against the site.
A Cameroonian inventor wins a £25,00 ($37,000) innovation prize for creating a monitor that can diagnose heart conditions in remote areas.
A patent owner wants Apple to suspend Facetime and iMessage chat apps because it claims its technologies have been infringed.