Facebook changes instant message app
The social network will now require users to download Messenger to send and receive mobile messages.
Gadget light causing sleep problems
Nine out of 10 young people say they are exposed to sleep-disruptive blue light before bed.
‘Revenge porn’ increasing in the UK
Women's charities say they're dealing with a rise in complaints about "revenge porn".
Find out how the Oculus Rift works
Video: Newsbeat's Steffan Powell tests out the Oculus Rift, from Oculus VR, the company that Facebook is buying.
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German media boss criticises Google
In an open letter to Google's Eric Schmidt the boss of German publishing firm Axel Springer says it is afraid of the search giant.
Billboard unveils Twitter charts
The new Billboard Twitter Real-Time Charts will rank music based on Twitter traffic.
Last.fm ends radio streaming service
Site plans to close its subscription radio service next month and concentrate on scrobbling.
Twitter introduces photo tagging
The new features allow users to send up to four photos in one tweet and tag followers.
The quest to perfect digital pianos
Video: Click meets Joe Ierardi, a man who is trying to create the most realistic sounding piano synthesiser.
Cyborg glasses mimic eye gestures
Video: A Japanese researcher shows off glasses that display computer-generated eyes, which express emotions to save their wearer the effort.
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Apple unveils CarPlay iPhone system
The US technology firm launches its new iPhone technology for cars at the Geneva Motor Show.
Teen app guru on working with Yahoo
British teenager Nick D'Aloisio tells Newsbeat that working on a new app with Yahoo feels like a "hobby".
Mobile World Congress: Wearable tech
Find out what devices people are wearing at the world's biggest mobile technology event.
In pictures: Mobile World Congress
Highlights from the technology event, including the winner of the best smartphone.
'Future' tech struggling to take off
As Mobile World Congress begins in Barcelona, a look at some of the technology exhibited in the past which has not caught on as expected.
Gadgets launched at Las Vegas show
See some of the latest technology aimed at the home market being launched this week at the annual CES show in America.