The latest stories from the Technology section of the BBC News web site.
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Google announces changes to its search engine in an attempt to curb online piracy.
A plan to raise cash to make a router that hides what people do online has been suspended after questions were raised about the project.
On the ground at the League of Legends World Championship's final
Tens of thousands of fans turn out to watch competitors play each other at the League of Legends World Championship in Seoul, South Korea.
Investors are seeking funding from the UK government for an ambitious plan to import solar energy generated in North Africa.
Matt Ficarra, who was paralysed from the chest down in 2011, walked at his wedding in the US thanks to a robotic "exoskeleton".
Scientists at MIT work on screen to correct bad eyesight
The BBC has produced a computer game called 'The Doctor and the Dalek', as part of the Make it Digital initiative to get more young people into computer coding.
People who post abusive messages online could face up to two years in jail under new laws proposed by Justice Secretary Chris Grayling.
The US Drug Enforcement Administration has been told by Facebook to stop setting up fake accounts as part of its investigations.
Credit and debit cards with thumb print sensors built in could one day do away with the need to use codes, PINs and passwords.
A student from Delaware has spent two years constructing Titan City from 4.5 million Minecraft building blocks.
The BBC is to publish a continually updated list of its articles removed from Google searches under the controversial "right to be forgotten" rule.
Whisper, an app designed for people to share secrets anonymously, denies reports that it has been tracking users by location.
The UK is creating a national database of images of child sexual abuse seized during police raids on paedophiles and sites that trade in the content.
The social media site tests ways to make timelines "interesting or entertaining" and releases Audio Card.
A French bank allows its customers to pay people via tweets, plus other technology news
The Japanese start-up Fove has developed a consumer eye-tracking helmet for use in virtual reality environments.
BBC Click looks at some of the week's technology highlights