The latest stories from the Technology section of the BBC News web site.
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Nintendo's much-anticipated console will not launch until spring 2017, missing the crucial Christmas shopping period.
The studio behind World of Warcraft responds to a petition asking it to run a server for the original version of the video game.
Children as young as 11 are among more than 1,000 alleged victims of revenge porn who reported offences in the first year of the new law coming into effect, a BBC investigation reveals.
Volvo plans to launch the UK's most ambitious self-driving car trial next year in London.
Photo agency Getty Images says it will file a competition lawsuit with the EU against Google, adding to a long list of European cases against the company.
Engineering firm Dyson reveals its first hairdryer which it says is quieter and lighter than rivals
Engineering firm Dyson reveals its first personal care product - a hairdryer that it says is less damaging to hair than a conventional machine.
A truly smart building is one that has taken account of how humans will use and feel about it and there is technology and design that can help that.
Apple reports its first decline in quarterly sales since 2003, as sales of iPhones fall.
Twitter's latest earnings results have disappointed investors, coming in below expectations as the firm struggles with weak growth in users and advertising.
Marcus Thompson speaks to Olympic and Paralympic rowers and trainers to see how Team GB is preparing for the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
All mobile phones sold in India from January 2017 will have to include a panic button, authorities have ruled.
Google joins forces with Volvo, Ford, Uber and Lyft to form coalition on driverless cars.
The covers come off the huge mirror that the James Webb Space Telescope - the planned successor to Hubble - will use to detect the light from the first stars to shine in the Universe.
Mitsubishi Motors says it has used fuel consumption tests that broke Japanese regulations for the past 25 years.
Steam has signed a deal to rent more than 100 Lionsgate films through its PC gaming platform.
Data stolen from a dating website aimed at "beautiful people only" has been found for sale online.
The US government drops a case against Apple that sought to compel the company to provide access to an alleged New York drug dealer's locked iPhone.
Cyber-thieves are sticking to email as their preferred way to trick victims into falling for scams, suggests a report.
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