BBC News - Technology
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Three flaws in Apple's iOS operating system are found that meant spyware could be installed with a single tap.
As chat apps achieve colossal valuations and more keep coming onto the market, are we reaching chat saturation point?
McDonald's is recalling millions of fitness wristbands that it bundled with Happy Meals after customers complained of skin irritation and burns.
Driverless taxis are being tested on the streets of Singapore for the first time.
Computer firm Hewlett-Packard has developed two new laptops that feature an optional privacy mode that obscures the screen unless viewed face-on.
A primary school head teacher who used a spy pen to film pupils in the toilets at his school is jailed.
The world's longest aircraft came into contact with "high voltage power cables" before nosediving on landing, UK Power Networks says.
Rescue teams searching for earthquake survivors trapped in central Italy have asked locals to unlock their wi-fi passwords.
Transport app Uber allows customers in London to book journeys up to 30 days in advance.
A lawnmower has been blamed for wrongly triggering sensors that predict when the Northern Lights will be visible in the UK.
Microsoft's Excel has been blamed for some errors in academic papers on genomics.
A driver playing Pokemon Go while behind the wheel in Japan is arrested after hitting two women, killing one of them, say police.
Intimate images of Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones and racist photos appear on her website after it was targeted in a cyber-attack.
As the industry races to make driverless cars viable, a small fleet of computer-driven taxis are taking passengers in Singapore.
Catholic church authorities in Ireland order a review of social media access for trainee priests after allegations some of them used the gay dating app Grindr.
Engineers in the US have built the first self-contained, entirely soft robot - in the shape of a 7cm octopus.
Asian organisations are the worst prepared against cyber-attacks globally, according to US security company Mandiant.
The world's longest aircraft - the Airlander 10 - is damaged when it takes a nosedive on landing during its second test flight.