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They raised more than £2.3m on Kickstarter but have struggled to meet expectations. This week, the first batch of Zano drones should finally be shipped.
A tiny drone that was crowdfunded in November is almost ready to be shipped, but is still missing some promised features.
So your child wants to be a games designer
YouTube launches its spin-off platform for video gamers, YouTube Gaming.
The Agora online black market has been taken down while its administrators attempt to protect it against a reported Tor vulnerability
New details have emerged about actions taken by hacked infidelity dating site Ashley Madison after users paid to delete their data.
The ASA rule that both Moshi Monsters and Bin Weevils broke its advertising code by pressuring children into making in-game purchases.
The online retailer is to begin delivering alcohol as part of its Prime Now service in America.
A Las Vegas man known as the 'Spam King' has pleaded guilty after he sent over 27m spam messages through Facebook.
The Scottish government is examining whether new GPS technology could be used to help monitor sex offenders and domestic abusers.
The unclear future of the world's most famous chip maker.
An Intel engineer creates "smart" juggling balls by embedding the firm's chips in his kit.
A Braille smartwatch has been developed to allow blind users to receive and read text messages
Aerosense, a company developed between Sony and robotics firm ZMP, shows off footage of a superfast drone that can fly at 106mph.
Two men are detained on suspicion of trying to smuggle drugs and pornography into a prison in Maryland using a drone, prison officials say.
Some early adopters of a new Samsung phone have said the device's stylus can damage the phone when inserted upside down.
A man is jailed for 18 months after hacking into 900 phones belonging to the insurance company Aviva.
Banksy denies accusations he is "trolling" members of the public - after thousands struggle to buy tickets for his new show.
Open Bionics - a British project to create low-cost 3D-printed robotic hands for amputees - show off its latest prototype.