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Google patents 'creepy' cuddly toys
A patent reveals that Google has looked into making internet-connected toys that would link up to its servers to control smart devices in the home.
UK sells off unused net addresses
The UK government has started selling off big chunks of internet addresses that it no longer uses.
Starbucks gift card hack was 'fraud'
A hacker reporting a security hole in Starbucks' website criticises the company's handling of the matter.
Supermarket lights send 'GPS' data
A first-of-its-kind lighting system has been installed at a supermarket that tells an app where shoppers are standing and which way they are facing.
Warning over Android reset systems
Using the "factory reset" option to wipe Android phones may not remove all valuable data, warn security experts.
Will London's mayor put the brakes on Uber?
In a move likely to be popular with London's black cab drivers, Boris Johnson is backing laws which could restrict growth of the taxi app Uber.
Spyware app admits it has been hacked
MSpy, a company offering software that lets people to spy on others, admits it has been hacked and had customer records leaked online.
'24-hour window' to halt cyber-hate
Intervention by police within the first 24 hours of a terrorist event could be key to halting the spread of cyber-hate, a new study finds.
Adult website hack compromises users
Adult Friend Finder, a casual dating website, has called in police and hacking investigators after a suspected leak of client information.
AdBlock reveals browser for Android
An ad-blocking web browser for smartphones is being developed by Eyeo, the company behind the popular AdBlock Plus plug-in.
Hacked billboard shows obscene image
Hackers manage to make a huge video billboard in Atlanta show an obscene image favoured by internet pranksters.
Grand Theft Auto sues Daniel Radcliffe film
The gaming firm's filed a lawsuit against the BBC for trademark infringement over the broadcaster’s upcoming drama Game Changer.
'I feel sick' emoji on the way
You'll have to wait until 2016, but you will be able to tell your friends you feel sick with one simple picture.
The mother who 'outed' her daughter's Facebook lie
A mother berates her teenage daughter in a Facebook film which has been watched more than 11 million times
VIDEO: Be a spy master with an Apple Watch
The game where the player controls a virtual spy in real time using just their Apple Watch
VIDEO: Making houses earthquake resistant
The tech to help houses stand up to a major earthquake
VIDEO: The camera developed for your dog
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best of the week's technology news
VIDEO: A tour of London's 3D Print Show
As the London 3D Print Show rolls into town, the BBC's Theo Leggett offers a whistle-stop tour to assess the industry.
VIDEO: Shopping in real stores via VR
A virtual reality start-up has developed an "immersive" online shopping experience that it hopes the major retailers will adopt.
VIDEO: Closing the tech gender gap
In Silicon Valley men traditionally dominate, but all-women projects to help support and mentor entrepreneurs are having an impact.
VIDEO: 'Swarm robots' ready for rescue
Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology have been exploring ways of making robots working together.
VIDEO: Timelapse videos from holiday snaps
Researchers develop a method to sort photographs uploaded onto the website and stitch them together to create time-lapse videos.
VIDEO: Net neutrality: Whose side are you on?
Net neutrality is often cited as one of the key issues that will shape the future of the internet - but what does it mean?
VIDEO: The art lightshow inspired by Cern
Exploring Ryoji Ikeda's Supersymmetry - the art installation inspired by the work taking place at Cern.
Why measure feet with iPads?
Why a shoe company measures kids' feet with iPads
Heating houses with 'nerd power'
How hot computers are being used to warm homes
Bitcoin's baby births new revolution
The birth of the Blockchain revolution
Engineering prize names shortlist
2015's shortlist for the MacRobert Award
The Quiet Zone: Where mobile phones are banned
Where mobile phones are banned for 13,000 square miles
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