BBC News - Technology
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Electric carmaker Tesla offers to buy solar panel company SolarCity in a bid to expand its clean energy business.
Health services for a million people in Zambia are being connected to UK doctors, using a smartphone app.
The old tech support scam where a fraudster pretends to be a Microsoft agent takes a new turn.
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak reviews virtual reality games Scavengers Odyssey and Danger Ball
Some online gambling gurus stand to profit if punters lose money following the bets they recommended.
Facebook withdraws video creators' ability to embed links into their clips to direct viewers to their own sites.
Warcraft becomes the highest grossing film based on a video game.
Musicians including Taylor Swift, U2 and Sir Paul McCartney call for online copyright laws to be reformed.
Hackers have taken control of virtual cash worth $60m (£41m) by exploiting a bug in a system designed to help start-ups.
To mark Instagram reaching more than half a billion active users, its chief Kevin Systrom speaks to the BBC about its growth strategy.
Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings is buying a majority stake in Supercell, the Finnish maker of the Clash of Clans game.
Passwords for every GoToMyPC account are being reset following a "sophisticated" attack on the service.
Only 14% of the British public pays to stream music, according to a new survey.
As Wimbledon prepares to use emotion-tracking cameras at this year's tennis championships, sport is becoming increasingly digital for fans, players and venues alike.
Rolls-Royce shows off a design for its car-of-the-future, which features unusual wheels that are designed to make it seem to glide.
Two gun-related emojis are dropped from the latest list of approved chat message graphics.
The 93 petaflop Sunway TaihuLight in China has topped a newly published list of supercomputers.
Australian Zach Alchin pleads guilty to targeting women with explicit abuse on social media after his friend shared one woman's Tinder profile online.