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The semi-autonomous Corvette has been modified to enable Sam Schmidt to drive on public roads.
The BBC 100 Women team have hosted a hackathon with Facebook UK to give female developers the chance to create a unique social media product.
Detectives have developed a new tactic to beat criminals using mobile phone encryption - legally mug them.
A French man has been sentenced to two years in jail for repeatedly visiting websites that back the so-called Islamic State terror group.
How one developer came up with a way of flagging fake news on social media.
With rules on children's car seats set to change next year, Richard Westcott visits a facility for conducting tests.
A football computer game has been given a futuristic makeover, immersing players into the world of virtual reality.
A bed that can make itself after being slept in is developed in Montreal, Canada.
A new app lets drone pilots know if they are flying their craft in or near restricted airspace.
It is "frighteningly easy" for criminals to get security details for a Visa debit or credit cards, according to research from Newcastle University.
The pop singer has eight of the 10 most-liked celebrity photos on Instagram this year.
As global student loan debt reaches crisis levels, can tech start-ups help cut costs?
Partially-sighted Paralympian Libby Clegg gets to see her boyfriend's face more clearly thanks to hi-tech goggles.
Investigators warn of potentially fatal risks after 99% of fake Apple chargers fail safety tests.
A family contact the BBC to say they are the people pictured in a series of mystery wedding photographs.
Global operation dismantles one of the world's biggest networks of hijacked computers, Europol says.
Users of smartwatch pioneer Pebble express concern about reports it is a takeover target for Fitbit.
An artificial intelligence system that can identify new images of child sexual abuse has been developed.
Thousands of TalkTalk and Post Office broadband customers affected by a malware attack.