BBC : Technology (40)

Nest reveals alarm system and smart doorbell

The firm - which has the same owner as Google - expands into new product categories after a lull.

Hidden golf game found on Nintendo Switch

Fans think the "Easter egg" is a tribute to the company's late president Satoru Iwata.

YouTube to end paid channels service

Channels charging a monthly fee on YouTube will end in December, after the idea failed to take off.

Facebook trial lets users hide alcohol adverts

The social network is testing a tool that will let people hide categories of ads for the first time.

What can tech firms do to fight terror?

The prime minister wants tech companies to do more to tackle extremist content. They say it's not that easy.

Electric bus in record-breaking journey

An electric bus travels more than 1,000 miles on a single charge in the US.

Why might Google want to buy part of HTC?

Google struggled to integrate Motorola Mobility - why it would want to repeat the experience?

Instagram Live video 'led to murder suspect's arrest'

US police say they traced an 18-year-old murder suspect via a live video he had streamed.

Smartphone sales boom with over-55s

A study indicates that 71% of 55-to-75 year olds in the UK now own an app-capable handset.

Apple's iOS 11 kills old 32-bit iPhone and iPad apps

Apple's latest mobile operating system will not launch several ageing educational apps and games.

Is Amazon recommending bomb ingredients?

What are Amazon's algorithms recommending when it comes to purchasing the ingredients to make a bomb?

Pepe the Frog creator in copyright fight

The creator of the cartoon character says it has been hijacked by nationalists.

Neo-Nazi site finds home in Iceland

The neo-Nazi Daily Stormer site, chased off the internet in the wake of Charlottesville, has found a company willing to host it in Iceland.

Microsoft Outlook issue fixed

Email users across Europe were affected, the technology giant said.

Microsoft confirms Outlook issues

Email users across Europe are affected, the technology giant says.

Visitors 'help' Pirate Bay mine virtual cash

Many visitors objected when the site hijacked their computer to mine coins for the Monero digital currency.

Alert over booby-trapped security software

More than two million people downloaded a compromised version of Avast's CCleaner software.

Uber sorry for 'Wife Appreciation Day' promotion

The company urged customers to "let your wife take a day off from the kitchen".

Google faces lawsuit over removing Gab from Play Store

The free speech network says it has been unfairly removed from the Android app store.

Google launches India mobile payments app Tez

Tez lets users transfer money via an audio signal as well as via the internet.

Will Germany's new law kill free speech online?

It's called "NetzDG" and critics worry that it will push social networks to delete posts - even if they are entirely legal.

Nigel - the robot that could tell you how to vote

Could artificial intelligence save democracy or should human politicians put limits on it?

China Communist Party Youth Twitter account prompts abuse

The Communist Party's youth wing is accused of hypocrisy for using Twitter which is banned in China.

Equifax data breach: Credit rating firm replaces key staff

Data on up to 143 million people may have been exposed when hackers hit the credit report giant.

UN warning on growing digital 'chasm'

Developed nations are pulling ahead of developing nations thanks to technology, says a UN report.

Equifax says almost 400,000 Britons hit in data breach

Data on almost 400,000 Britons was taken when hackers hit US credit rating firm Equifax, says the firm.

Apple explains Face ID on-stage failure

The company says a lockout feature was accidentally triggered by its staff.

Kaspersky: Russia responds to US ban on software

The Russian government said the ban on the security firm amounted to 'unfair competition"

Reddit troll ban helped cut hateful speech

Toxic and hateful comments were sharply curtailed after the site banned "offensive" forums, suggests research

Equifax had 'admin' as login and password in Argentina

Credit report firm is accused of using "admin" as a login and password for its Argentine business.

Apple iPhone X: The internet reacts

The decision to launch a high-end, high-priced phone with facial recognition sparks strong feelings.

YouTube star PewDiePie apologises for using racial slur

The YouTube star says he was an "idiot" and that there are "no excuses" for his use of the "n-word".

Apple iPhone X: the internet reacts

The decision to launch a high-end, high-priced phone with facial recognition sparks strong feelings.

Apple reveals 'leap forward' iPhone X

The new handset had an edge-to-edge screen and uses facial recognition to check owners' IDs.

Chatbot offers legal help to Equifax data breach victims

DoNotPay bot prints documents to help users sue Equifax in small claims courts for up to $25,000.

Security warning over hospital syringe pumps

Attackers could gain control over the pumps if they exploited the flaws, warns a security researcher

Silicon Valley boss quits over lawsuits

The founder of online lender SoFi has resigned following allegations of sexual harassment within the firm.

'Digital-token investors should brace for total loss' says FCA

Regulator warns consumers that invest in certain new digital token schemes must be prepared to lose the lot.

Photographer wins 'monkey selfie' legal fight

A photographer wins a legal fight against an animal rights group over a "monkey selfie" photograph.

iPhone X: 10 key moments leading up to the new handset

A look back at some of the key moments along the way to the 10th anniversary iPhone.