3 March 2015
Rory Cellan-Jones meets the chief executive of Sony and wonders if it is time the firm should prepare for an exit from the smartphone market.
United Airlines has announced that it will no longer carry bulk shipments of lithium-ion batteries as new tests reveal they could cause fires.
Smartwatch pioneer Pebble is launching a programme for third-party developers to make sensor-equipped straps for its latest devices.
Furniture giant Ikea has unveiled a range of furniture fitted with wireless charging spots for mobile devices.
Samsung confirms that one version of its new Galaxy S6 flagship smartphone will have a screen that curves round its sides
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has launched a cheap action camera that costs only 399 yuan (£41).
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak reviews the new video game Evolve
Why one mother found a DIY solution to track her daughter's diabetes data.
Should Sony stop making smartphones?
Rory's take on Samsung's new curved-screen phone
How computers are taking over the finance world
Can cargo drones help plug Africa's transport gap?
Keeping cinema affordable after Orange Wednesday's demise
Are tablets losing their appeal?
The US backs net neutrality. What happens next?
Has the world's addiction to images gone too far?
The tech combating job applicant fraud
How to bring down a drone
Cherry Healey investigates changing shopping habits
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