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A US court has found in favour of a drone owner who sued a man who shot his hexacopter out of the sky.
A public appeal for people who can repair BBC Micro computers has been launched by a museum.
A solar-powered plane passes the "point of no return" after leaving Japan for a second attempt at a record-breaking flight across the Pacific Ocean.
Scientists have developed "self-healing" coatings for metals and pipelines.
A young designer based in London has developed a new system that he thinks will change the way we carry luggage.
How should social networks handle racist comments?
Nelson Piquet Jr wins the first Formula E Championship after a thrilling end to the season at London's Battersea Park.
An unmanned SpaceX Falcon-9 rocket breaks apart in flames after lift-off from Cape Canaveral, Florida - its first failure in 19 launches.
US mobile operator Sprint has been told to pay $30m (£19m) to a company that claimed it used patents it did not own.
New technology that can limit the top speed of buses on different roads will be tested on two routes in the capital in a bid to increase road safety.
The BBC has 'set a precedent' by publishing a list of links removed from Google searches, the corporation's policy boss says.
A rare meeting between two self-driving cars resulted in one taking evasive action, Reuters reports.
The final round of the first world championship for electric racing cars is due to take place in London.
The UK's National Crime Agency is stepping up efforts to map cyber crime in Britain and the rest of the world.
France's interior minister orders the closure of the low-cost car-sharing service UberPOP after a day of protests by taxi drivers.
BBC Click's LJ Rich looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
The head of US intelligence says that China is the "leading suspect" in a huge data breach of US government personnel files.
A computer game could help some people control their unhealthy snacking habits, suggests a small study from the University of Exeter.
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