The latest stories from the Technology section of the BBC News web site.
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Has the market finally caught up with Samsung?
Independent developer Zoe Quinn tells the BBC about being at the centre of the "GamerGate" controversy.
Microsoft unveils a wearable device that can track a user's sleep and exercise as well connect to a fitness tracking service on smartphones.
Samsung Electronics sees its quarterly operating profit fall to its lowest level in more than three years because of slowing smartphone sales.
Jetpacks, driverless cars and solar roads
Games publishers must "stand-up and condemn" the movement referred to as "GamerGate", says a developer forced to leave her home due to threats.
London's Metropolitan Police test software designed to predict which gang members are most likely to commit violent crimes.
HP announces the launch of a 3D printer it says will be 10 times faster than current models.
New Android-powered smartwatches should last for a week or longer between charges thanks to their use of both e-ink and LCD screens.
Crowdfunding comes to Reddit with the tagline "Redditmade: Imagine what we can create".
Japanese video game giant Nintendo beats market expectations to post net income of 14.3bn yen in the April-to-September period.
The UK is to have the first cultural centre in the world for gaming, which will be based in Nottingham.
US security services are reportedly investigating the breach of an unclassified network.
The Argos website blocks access to some users after "technical issues" that arose following a revamp to the retailer's site.
Tens of thousands of Hungarians march through Budapest against plans to tax internet use, in the biggest anti-government protest for years.
Designer Lauren Bowker is working on a textile that can respond to brain patterns.
Eight years after a prototype was showcased in Scotland, a robot bear is being trialled in a children's hospital in the US.
An app launched by Samaritans notifies Twitter users if people they follow seem to be distressed.
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