BBC News - Technology
BBC News - Technology
Ashley Madison site 'still growing'
Ashley Madison says "hundreds of thousands" of new members are joining despite an enormous data leak after hackers targeted the website.
Facebook tool to tackle video theft
Facebook announces new measures to tackle video piracy on its website.
ICYMI: Gunshot broadcast live online
A round-up of interesting technology-related links you may have missed over the past weekend.
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Is technology changing our brains?
VIDEO: Boeing laser shoots drone from sky
Boeing says it has successfully shot a drone out of the sky using a high-powered laser during a test.
Instagram images no longer all square
Instagram is allowing its 300 million users to post landscape and portrait videos and pictures, as well as squares, for the first time.
Ashley Madison founder steps down
The founder and chief executive of the Ashley Madison extra-marital affair website, Noel Biderman, steps down following data hack.
HSBC glitch payments 'all processed'
A computer glitch that delayed 275,000 HSBC payments has now been resolved, the bank tells the BBC.
Facebook hits billion users in a day
Facebook boasts a new record, with more than a billion people using the social network on a single day this week.
Lizard Squad 'copycats': Teens arrested
Six teenage boys have been arrested on suspicion of using software from hackers who claim they disrupted Xbox and PlayStation last Christmas.
Woman gets cash for gadget allergy
A woman in France has won a disability grant after telling a court she suffers from an allergy to electromagnetic radiation from gadgets.
Social media 'must rethink autoplay'
After users were exposed to videos of the murders of two journalists, MPs say the sites must make their autoplay functions safer.
VIDEO: Kids pressured to buy in-game extras
Moshi Monsters and Bin Weevils are in trouble with the Advertising Standards Authority for pressuring kids into making in-game purchases.
SoundCloud to be sued over royalties
Performing Rights Society for Music (PRS) says it will pursue SoundCloud "through the courts" for unpaid royalties.
VIDEO: Buddy robot snubs creator
A prototype companion robot which will cost less than $700 (£452) has been shown off in London
VIDEO: Create beautiful photos of space
BBC Click's Kate Russell looks at some of the best tools and sites for editing photos of space
VIDEO: Indonesia zoo app 'to tackle image'
Ragunan Zoo introduces a mobile phone app to navigate the park.
VIDEO: The drone guided by a robot
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best of the week's technology news
VIDEO: Could airships make a comeback?
The airship could be making a come-back with the potential to transport very heavy cargo
VIDEO: Zano's mini-drones ready for launch
A tiny drone that was crowdfunded in November is almost ready to be shipped, but is still missing some promised features.
VIDEO: The Braille smartwatch
A Braille smartwatch has been developed to allow blind users to receive and read text messages
VIDEO: Jugglers get chip-equipped balls
An Intel engineer creates "smart" juggling balls by embedding the firm's chips in his kit.
VIDEO: Sony tests new 'superfast' drone
Aerosense, a company developed between Sony and robotics firm ZMP, shows off footage of a superfast drone that can fly at 106mph.
VIDEO: Open Bionics shows off its robot arm
Open Bionics - a British project to create low-cost 3D-printed robotic hands for amputees - show off its latest prototype.
How video-on-demand is changing TV
How video-on-demand services are shaking up broadcasting
How to be a video games designer
So your child wants to be a games designer
The watchmaker that hand delivers
The watchmaker who travels the globe to deliver
Intel Inside... literally?
The unclear future of the world's most famous chip maker.
Mutilated toucan gets 3D-printed beak
A mutilated toucan in Brazil gets a new beak thanks to 3D-printing
Are drones becoming a nuisance?
Can tech keep our skies safe from feckless fliers?
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