BBC News - Technology
Updated: 26 min 47 sec ago
A 16-year-old boy from California has won the grand final of the Classic Tetris World Championship
The video site will spend $20million (£15m) developing educational and how-to content.
The site responds to claims it's "misleading" users with the choices of promotional shots it offers.
The hotly anticipated video game is released this week.
Police in New York are told to stop using some body-worn cameras out of "an abundance of caution".
Japan's space agency Hayabusa-2 spacecraft is the first one to place robot rovers on an asteroid's surface.
The taxi firm is pitting itself against rival Uber in a race to offer self-driving car services.
Freelance photographer Matthew Dippel is hunting for the pair who he caught on camera earlier this month.
A senior MP questions how a pro-Brexit website can run adverts without saying who has paid for them.
The regular prescription lenses can change to bifocals and back again at the touch of a button.
There are reasons why some suspect that the Russian state was behind a viral video.
A Which? investigator was hired to write high-rated reviews online in return for free goods.
The former Liberal Democrat leader will head Facebook's global affairs and communications team.
Sir Nick Clegg talks about how he got his new Facebook job and what he will be doing for the social media giant.
Many sites have been charging high rates since 2010 but Google has finally taken some of the ads down.
The online marketplace is acquiring Motors.co.uk, making it a "leading alternative" to Auto Trader.
Legal action brought by advertisers claims the social network knew about problems in metrics in 2015.
PlayStation's long-awaited new feature means weird and embarrassing names will be no more.
Concept cars look beautiful and futuristic, but why spend millions on them if they're never going to make it into production?
Online retailer adds hundreds of "Silicon Valley" jobs in Manchester, Edinburgh and Cambridge.