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Facebook boast a new record, with more than a billion people using the social network on a single day this week.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best of the week's technology news
How video-on-demand services are shaking up broadcasting
Performing Rights Society for Music (PRS) says it will pursue Soundcloud "through the courts" for unpaid royalties.
A woman in France has won a disability grant after telling a court she suffers from an allergy to electromagnetic radiation from gadgets.
Google formally rejects the EU's allegations that its shopping links service amounts to an abuse of its dominance of search.
After users were exposed to videos of the murders of two journalists, MPs say the sites must make their autoplay functions safer.
The BBC speaks to two women who say their lives have been dramatically affected by the hacking of infidelity dating website Ashley Madison.
The airship could be making a come-back with the potential to transport very heavy cargo
Newsbeat looks at the future of platform games.
The social network is trialling its own Siri-like digital assistant, but with bold ambitions for customer service.
The watchmaker who travels the globe to deliver
They raised more than £2.3m on Kickstarter but have struggled to meet expectations. This week, the first batch of Zano drones should finally be shipped.
A tiny drone that was crowdfunded in November is almost ready to be shipped, but is still missing some promised features.
So your child wants to be a games designer
YouTube launches its spin-off platform for video gamers, YouTube Gaming.
The Agora online black market has been taken down while its administrators attempt to protect it against a reported Tor vulnerability
New details have emerged about actions taken by hacked infidelity dating site Ashley Madison after users paid to delete their data.
The ASA rule that both Moshi Monsters and Bin Weevils broke its advertising code by pressuring children into making in-game purchases.