Campaign backed for u-18s' right to delete damaging or embarrassing social media posts that could cause problems later in work or education.Read the full story ›
The world's top scientists have called for a ban on autonomous weapons and "killer robots" that can attack targets without human control.Read the full story ›
Facebook's 31 million UK users can now select a friend or loved one to curate their social media account in the event of their death.Read the full story ›
The rising popularity of acts like Ed Sheeran and Ellie Goulding has led to 500 million tracks being streamed online for the first time.Read the full story ›
Civil Aviation Authority issues "dronecode" after a number of recent incidents - including several near misses.Read the full story ›
Microsoft has reported the biggest quarterly loss in its history, as a result of its $7.6 billion (£4.8bn) purchase of Nokia.
The US-based technology giant announced a loss of $2.1 billion (£1.3bn) for the fourth quarter of its financial year, with revenue of $22.2 billion (£14.2bn).
The Windows software maker did however also announce a 117% increase in its Surface tablet business as it continues to do battle with Apple's iPad.
The Surface business is now worth $888 million (£570m), and the Xbox was on the up to, with revenue from the games console up 27%.
A partially sighted pensioner has had his central vision restored after receiving a "bionic eye".Read the full story ›
Despite experiencing some issues with its App Store, Apple Music, iTunes Store, Apple service are all now back up and running.Read the full story ›
Hackers threaten to release personal details of millions of users of the illicit but legal dating site.Read the full story ›
Disgruntled Apple customers took to Twitter after finding problems with the new contactless Apple Pay service within hours of it launching in the UK.
Many complained that not all banks supported the new feature or could not get their cards to register.
Hmm so #applepay is apparently live in the UK but none of my cards can be registered on my phone (tried both HSBC and Co-op)
But others apparently had no problem using the payment method.