The latest stories from the Technology section of the BBC News web site.
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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan say they will give away 99% of their shares, as they announce the birth of their daughter Max.
Fans buying tickets for Adele's tour tell the BBC they have been shown the address and credit card details of customers other than themselves.
A security expert has conducted an audit of the UK's biggest ISPs and found some worrying bugs.
A court ruling sheds light on the content of the thousands of secretive FBI national security letters sent to internet companies every year.
How a vibrating vest could change the way deaf people understand speech
The BBC's Personal Finance correspondent Simon Gompertz looks at the rising popularity of banking by app.
How the natural world inspires tech innovation
Christmas tree lights might be slowing your wi-fi speeds warns watchdog Ofcom as it releases an app that can check for interference.
An investigation is to be launched into whether internet users are being charged unfairly when they use internet cloud storage services.
What is going on in our minds when we use the dating app?
Toy and educational material seller Vtech has revealed five million customers were affected by a hack of its app database and has also suspended 13 websites.
Amazon's drone delivery project Prime Air has unveiled a new prototype in a video featuring former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson.
Compensation has been awarded to a victim of 'sexting' for the first time, the BBC has learned.
Phone-maker Blackberry is to stop operating in Pakistan at the end of 2015 because of government requests to monitor customer data.
A self confessed 'geek' in America has created a giant lightsaber
Brazilians who post racist abuse online may see their words pasted onto billboards as part of a civil rights campaign.
More than 4,500 miles of roads in Great Britain have no mobile phone coverage, analysis by the RAC Foundation suggests.
Details of more than 3,000 customers or potential customers of Bluebox Broadband have been published online.
Vtech, a company which specialises in electronic toys and educational material for children, confirmed that it has been hacked.