The latest stories from the Technology section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 18 min 23 sec ago
American MegaBot challenges Japan's Kuratas Mecha to a giant robot battle to the bitter end
Google removes a malicious app from its Play store that disguises itself as a popular program.
New app buzzes to show you places where women have made history
YouTube's most popular star PewDiePie earns $7m, according to Swedish newspaper Expressen.
The billionaire entrepreneur's donation forms part of a multi-million dollar fund for research projects dedicated to keeping AI "beneficial".
Micro Bit's young ambassadors tell technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones what the Micro Bit is capable of.
The BBC's forthcoming mini-computer gains features absent in an earlier prototype, but is also to be more bulky when used as a standalone device.
Rory Cellan-Jones goes hands-on with the final Micro Bit
Second quarter earnings for the world's biggest smartphone maker, Samsung Electronics, are likely to miss market expectations.
Does using exclamation marks stop people believing you?
How apps are updating how hospitals work
BBC News visits a technology incubator housing start-ups in Edinburgh, to find out what Scottish tech entrepreneurs want, ahead of the Budget in Westminster.
A group of Evangelical Christians in Brazil has launched a social network where swearing and erotic content is completely banned.
People in New Zealand could be fined or sent to prison for using deliberately harmful, threatening or offensive language online.
US action camera-maker unveils a new smaller action camera that is waterproof without requiring a special case.
A company that sells surveillance software is hit by a data breach.
London's Docklands was home to Minecon this weekend - the global gathering for fans of the block-building video game.
Ten thousand Minecraft fans gather in London for Minecon and a handful get to try Hololens.
Scientists have developed a method through which people can control a robotic arm with their mind.