Facebook's quarterly sales rose by $3.9bn in its first results since its privacy scandal. Read more
Tech Giants' Earnings Rise
Facebook's quarterly sales rose by $3.9bn in its first results since its privacy scandal.
Facebook Seeks Lonely Hearts
Data scandal-hit social network announces online dating feature.
Designing The Future
Live from "The Future Starts Here", the V&A Museum's major new exhibition in London.
The Race To Driverless Cars
Europe takes the fight to the US and China to lead the world in autonomous driving.
Nowhere To Hide
Police around the world are starting to use facial recognition tech to hunt suspects.
Is Fortnite Here To Stay?
What the multiplayer hit game Fortnite tells us about trends in gaming.
Cheltenham Science Festival 2018
What can chess tell us about artificial intelligence?
Fortnite Takes Over E3
The headlines from the major games event in Los Angeles.
Fighting Over Eyeballs
Instagram launches a long video feature and online ads may ask you to opt-in to see them.
Facebook Ditches Internet Plane
The social giant abandons its drone that was supposed to connect people in remote places.
Battle Over Copyright Uploads
Europe rejects plans forcing platforms to block unlicensed content uploaded by users.
Facebook Fined Over Data Scandal
UK privacy watchdog levies the largest fine possible for Cambridge Analytica affair.
Google 'Acted Illegally' Over Android
European competition regulators impose $5bn fine over anti-competitive actions.
Amazon posts a record quarterly profit while Facebook stock plunges.
Trillion Dollar Apple
Apple becomes the world's first US public company to be worth $1tn.
Silicon Valley Pulls Plug On InfoWars
Apple, Facebook, YouTube and Spotify ditch the conspiracy theory channel.
Will AI Ever Understand Us?
Are leaps in artificial intelligence more about computing power than understanding?
Australia Hands Huawei 5G Ban
Chinese firm says Australian government has banned it from providing 5G wireless tech.
IFA Berlin 2018
Rory Cellan-Jones explores Europe's biggest consumer tech show.
Senators Quiz Facebook and Twitter
Top social media executives questioned by Senate over election interference.
Improved heart-monitoring features for the Apple Watch eclipse new iPhones.
IBM thinks it has an answer to worries about bias in artificial intelligence.
Elon Musk Faces Fraud Charge
US financial regulator the SEC accuses the Tesla boss of misleading investors.
Making VR More Real
Virtual Reality has been slow to take off. Could a startup from Finland change that?
Facebook's Portal Into Your Home
Will people trust Facebook's video-chat device given the company's privacy woes?
Twitter Unmasks Troll Farms
Millions of Tweets allegedly from state-backed Russian and Iranian groups are released.
Apple Boss Backs Privacy Law
Tim Cook says people's personal data is being "weaponised" against them.
Twitter Bots Running Rampant
Despite promising a cleanup, Twitter appears to be failing to stem bots and hate speech.
The Phone of the Future
Samsung shows off a prototype mobile handset with a folding screen
Facebook Accused Of Dirty Tactics
The social giant used a PR company to discredit its critics and downplay its problems.
The Cryptocurrency Crunch
Does the plunge in Bitcoin's value suggest it has failed as the future of money?
Lawmakers Blast Facebook
A Canadian MP accuses 'Frat-boy billionaires from California' of upending democracy.
Millions Lose Mobile Data
A software glitch knocks out mobile data around the world for a day
Games Workers Demand Rights
A union for developers plans to fight an industry culture of low pay and job insecurity.
Tech Quiz Of The Year 2018
Test your knowledge of tech in our annual quiz of the year.
Tech To Watch In 2019
The top trends in phones, artificial intelligence, and tech finance.
Apple Struggles in China
Apple CEO Tim Cook warns about a downturn in China. How much trouble is it really in?
Cuddly robots and driverless cars at the world's biggest tech show in Las Vegas
Netflix and the Race for Eyeballs
Nearly 140 million people are now signed up to Netflix, rivals are playing catch-up.
Social Influencers Face Scrutiny
Are social media influencers set to fall out of favour over trustworthiness?
Facebook Defies Bad Publicity
The social media giant reveals increasing users and profits despite privacy scandals
Using Tech to Your Advantage
How to make technology work for you rather than letting it take over your life
Apple to investigate repressive Saudi app
The Absher government app lets men block their female relatives from travelling abroad.
Samsung launches folding phone
The handset's screen unfolds to create a tablet-like device
Mobile World Congress 2019
Huawei unveils its eye-poppingly expensive folding phone.
Facebook to focus on privacy
Boss Mark Zuckerberg vows to transform the platform to make it more private for users.
Thirty years of the World Wide Web
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the Web's creator, warns of a "dysfunctional future" online.
Google gets into gaming
The search giant unveils a plan to stream games to tablets, TVs, and phones.
Lyft shares start trading
The taxi app's flotation indicates the state of the "gig-economy".
5G launches in the US and South Korea
Telecoms giants race to be first to bring out a commercial 5G service.
5G goes live
The long-awaited 5G network goes live in the UK. Does it live up to expectations?
Deepfake or art: who decides?
Rory Cellan-Jones on the latest stories in the tech world
Jony Ive quits Apple
The man behind the design of the iPhone and iMac, Sir Jony Ive, sets up on his own.
Alexa dispenses medical advice
Are fears over Amazon's tie-up with the UK's National Health Service justified?
Why Dundee in Scotland is a hub of videogaming creativity.
Facebook's five billion dollar bill
The social network reaches a record settlement with regulators over users' data privacy.
New rules for robots
How should robots behave around humans? Presented by Jane Wakefield.
8chan searches for new home
Key service providers kick the controversial message board off the mainstream internet.
Are you being watched?
How private facial recognition in public areas threatens privacy, campaigners say.
What Facebook knows about you
The social giant will reveal what it knows about your net activity off of its platform.
Tech's trade war
How tensions between China and the US are hurting the tech industry in both nations.
Who cares about facial recognition?
Two new surveys suggest cautious public attitudes in the US and UK towards the tech.
Has gig-working had its day?
California drafts a law that would give "gig-economy" workers employment benefits.
Game On at the UKLC Summer Split
Back to the UKLC Summer Spilt to find out more about League of Legends and esports.
Information overload: Are we drowning in content?
Nihal Arthanayake hears how "infobesity" is affecting our brains and lives.
Edinburgh brain study comes of age
Exercise? Alcohol? Intelligence? How do you keep your brain sharp into old age?
Can my migraines be cured?
What’s happening in my brain when I get a migraine? CrowdScience investigates
Mussel and foetal surgery
Babies in the womb could be saved with the help of a glue based on mussel proteins