The latest stories from the Technology section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 59 min 13 sec ago
Security experts at HP raise concern about smart home devices after testing 10 app-controlled examples and discovering vulnerabilities.
The Norfolk Broads will soon be available for virtual navigation thanks to a novel aquatic equivalent of Google's Streetview technology
US engineers have developed a prototype tablet display that compensates for an individuals' vision problems.
Nintendo's share price drops after the company reports a bigger than expected loss despite the release of Mario Kart 8 over the period.
The UK government will shortly outline measures to permit driverless cars to use public roads by next year.
The UK government says it plans to allow driverless cars on public roads in January, and asks cities to compete to host one of three trials.
The streaming video service Netflix agrees to pay US telecoms giant AT&T to ensure its content is delivered to users smoothly.
New technology is opening up whole new careers to young jobseekers who may be having difficulty getting into more established professions.
The picture-based social media site has revealed a new Snapchat-style app that lets users send temporary messages.
Amazon, one of the world's largest online retailers, says it will invest a further $2bn (£1.2bn) to boost its operations in India.
Demands for web firms to remove personal data to respect people's "right to be forgotten" are unreasonable, peers say.
The tech firm helping San Francisco's tough Tenderloin area
Testing a digital bracelet that measures sun exposure
A 22-year-old British entrepreneur's new sleep-tracking device cracks $1m (£590,000) on the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform in five days.
Social networking service Twitter reports a second-quarter loss of $145m but better than expected user growth, sending shares surging over 35%.
A prominent Canadian government research organisation has been attacked by Chinese hackers, the government says.
Ex-motorsport boss Max Mosley issues High Court proceedings against Google for publishing photos of him taken at a sex party.
A group representing musicians in the US is suing Ford and General Motors over in-car CD players which allow tracks to be stored on a hard drive.
Dating website OKCupid reveals that it experimented on its users, including putting the "wrong" people together to see if they would connect.