The latest stories from the Technology section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 57 min 48 sec ago
The US National Transportation Safety Board says shipments of lithium-ion batteries on planes should be restricted because of safety fears.
How a remote controlled rolling camera could protect your home and other home security technology reviewed
Tech giant Google says it will hide content removed under the "right to be forgotten" from all versions of the search engine when viewed from countries where removal was approved.
The UK government makes a small step towards making online communication with the public easier.
Comments by a Facebook board member could put Mark Zuckerberg's global plans on the back foot.
BT says it will launch a new service later this year to divert nuisance calls within its network before they ring on customers' phones.
Shares of Twitter fall in after-hours trading as the companies earnings announcement shows growth faltering.
The US government's tax collection agency says attackers fooled its computers into generating more than 100,000 tax return Pin codes.
Twitter announces it is starting to place video ads and prioritised tweets at the top of its users' timeline feeds.
Google banishes banner ads built in Adobe Flash from its advertising networks, the company has announced.
A range of cybersecurity experts warn parents to beware of buying VTech's electronic toys following its handling of a recent hack attack.
Two US human rights charities launch an appeal for donations of old memory sticks to aid those distributing material banned in North Korea.
Google's self-driving technology should be considered a legal driver, the US highways authority says.
Hedge funds are increasingly turning to artificial intelligence in order to spot trends to try to make money for their customers
Plans to give firm legal backing to computer hacking by Britain's spies do not do enough to protect privacy, a watchdog has warned.
More than three-quarters of 10 to 12 year olds in the UK have social media accounts, even though they are below the age limit, a survey for CBBC Newsround suggests.
The chief executive of Google, Sundar Pichai, has been awarded $199m (£138m) in shares, a regulatory filing reveals.
Facebook has been given three months to stop tracking non-members of its social network without their consent in France.
US authorities acknowledge a data breach affecting the Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security - but downplay its severity.