BBC News - Technology
BBC News - Technology
Facebook earnings beat expectations
The social network reports fourth-quarter profits of $701m, a 34% increase from the same period a year earlier, buoyed by strong mobile advertising sales.
AI will not kill us, says Microsoft
The chief of Microsoft's research division says he does not believe artificial intelligence systems are going to wipe out humankind.
Samsung earnings hit by mobile sales
South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics reported its first annual earnings decline in three years.
Nintendo halves annual profit target
Nintendo's operating profit grew nearly 50% in the last quarter but it was not enough to keep the game-maker from slashing its full year target.
Coder creates smallest chess game
A computer programmer creates a computer chess program that takes up only 487 bytes of data, breaking a 33-year-old record.
Drone firm blocks White House flights
Chinese drone-maker DJI is to prevent its kit from flying over much of the US capital, following the crash of one of its aircraft into the White House lawn.
'Sanction tech firms', says Hollande
France's President calls for an international legal framework to force tech companies to 'face up to their responsibilities'.
China tech giant in spat with state
China's biggest internet retailer, Alibaba, is involved in a harshly worded spat with one of the country's regulators in a highly unusual public clash.
Web attacks 'growing' in volume
Hacktivists and angry gamers are becoming the main users of net attacks that knock sites offline by bombarding them with data, suggests a report
India sex-test ad ban for tech firms
India's Supreme Court orders internet giants Google, Yahoo and Microsoft to block adverts for tests that determine a child's sex before birth.
Apple profit 'biggest in history'
Record sales of iPhones help Apple to report a first quarter profit of $18bn, the biggest ever quarterly profit for a public company.
Police raid Amazon's Tokyo offices
Japanese police have raided Amazon's Tokyo offices as part of an investigation into alleged sales of images of child sexual abuse.
Electronic Arts shares up on results
Shares in Electronic Arts jump almost 5% after the video games publisher reports stronger than expected results.
Wired dazed after offer goes viral
Wired magazine apologises to subscribers after becoming "overwhelmed" by demand for a fitness tracker gift offer that went viral on the internet.
Yahoo to spin-off Alibaba stake
Yahoo announces a plan to spin-off its 15% stake in China's Alibaba Group and hand the business to its shareholders.
Revived snoopers' charter shelved
An attempt to bring back the controversial measures is dropped, but peers demand to see the government's private draft of new legislation instead.
Scanner locates potential potholes
Smart scanners that can identify the sites of potholes before they form are being developed by academics at Nottingham Trent University.
Timeline of the connected generation
A timeline of the major developments in news technology and what is expected to come next.
VIDEO: Future of News - BBC Editors look at Technology, People and Stories
Future of News - BBC Editors look at Technology, People and Stories
VIDEO: Tech helps lifts scale new heights
How technology will allow lifts to go higher than ever before and even move sideways
VIDEO: Park your car with a smartwatch
From the cars that steer themselves to smartphone apps that monitor your driving
VIDEO: CES 2015: Testing the latest drones
The BBC Click team put three of the latest drones through their paces
VIDEO: The robot that paints your nails
A Japanese robot has been programmed to take on a range of tasks - from painting nails to cooking.
VIDEO: Smart goggles for hi-tech bobbies
A range of new tech ideas for the UK's police forces, including facial recognition, has been demonstrated.
VIDEO: How Apple made 'biggest profit ever'
US technology giant Apple has reported the biggest quarterly profit ever made by a public company.
VIDEO: 'Holodeck’ recreates crimes in 3D
Researchers have developed a virtual reality system that recreates crime scenes as virtual worlds.
VIDEO: Peers try to revive 'snooping' powers
Four Labour, Conservative and Lib Dem peers try re-introduce Communications Data Bill powers to aid security services.
VIDEO: How was Malaysia Airlines 'hacked'?
The website for Malaysia Airlines was rendered inaccessible thanks to a cyber-attack. But how did it happen? BBC technology reporter Dave Lee explains.
VIDEO: 3D printed heart saves girl's life
A two-year-old girl who was born with a serious heart defect has had a life-saving operation thanks to a 3D printer.
VIDEO: Tackling the rise of cyber-stalking
Advances in technology have led to an increase in cyber-stalking, but what is the best way of tackling the problem and deterring the stalkers?
VIDEO: Zero to £1m: How car website rocketed
Datshiane Navanayagam meets Adnan Ebrahim, founder and boss of popular car enthusiasts' website Car Throttle.
Why can't we let go of our old tech?
Why can't we let go of our old tech?
Apps let parents 'spy' on their kids
Apps let parents spy on their kids
App links sighted helpers with blind people
New app gives blind people help to see
How to build world's tallest lift
How to build the world's tallest lift
Africa's new breed of 'solar-preneurs'
Africa's "solar-preneurs" bring light to the unconnected
Seven insane ways tech will change news
How Rory thinks gadgets will change news forever
Deaf clubs versus smartphones
Apps threaten deaf social clubs
Calls to tackle online Islamophobia
Concerns the Paris attacks are fuelling an anti-Muslim backlash on social media
The petrolhead and his hit car website
The young car fan whose website is a growing hit with petrolheads
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