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A look inside the Kitty Hawk Flyer, a new flying car from the firm backed by Google's Larry Page.
This is how people did their jobs before having all the answers at the tips of their fingers.
The makers of the online children's game say a hacker uploaded malicious code to one of its servers.
James Bond's favourite car company has plans to develop small aircraft with engine giant Rolls-Royce.
The EU's competition chef explains why she believes Google deserves a record-sized fine over Android.
Privacy advocates have warned that storing iCloud data on Chinese servers will make emails and messages vulnerable.
A mass email using the "to" field instead of the "bcc" field identified possible abuse victims.
The European Commission has claimed Android unfairly cemented Google's dominance of search.
After a four-year battle with the US government, Defense Distributed can publish blueprints for guns.
The tech entrepreneur lashed out at a British cave diver in Thailand for mocking his mini-sub.
Video streaming services now have more subscribers than traditional pay TV services in the UK.
$7tn of goods travel by air every year. Much of it goes in the hold of normal airliners. But for those big, awkward loads, something rather larger is required.
A student racing car competition wants to tackle a global shortage of recruits into engineering.
Rose gold clothes, shoes, furniture, cars, weddings - why is this colour still so popular?
BBC Click gets exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the technology behind F1.
Twitter has started deleting locked accounts, leaving several celebrities with much fewer followers.
The BBC's Ayeshea Perera meets the makers of an app seeking to improve opportunities to socialise.
A group of five elderly Swedish gamers has stormed an online battlefield.
An undercover film suggests moderators are routinely keeping up content that violates Facebook's policies.
The tool will track "dark" sources to help government and other groups tackle subversion attempts.