The attack by hackers on a health database has affected about a quarter of the population.
The theft is the latest in a series by the MoneyTaker gang which has targeted Russian banks
As China embarks on one of the greatest infrastructure projects in history, it is changing how railways are built.
According to Microsoft, at least three Congressional candidates have been targeted by hackers.
The changes come as violence in India is blamed on rumours of child abductions, spread via WhatsApp.
Three firms are vying to be the first to reintroduce commercial supersonic flight in the next decade.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
The report revealed shortcomings in the Chinese firm's engineering processes.
A software company criticised for working with US Border Control has a donation to a refugee charity rejected.
Farnborough Airshow in pictures: The big, the fast, the noisy.
The network of balloons travels by predicting the speed and direction of winds in the stratosphere.
The makers of a popular online game apologise after an in-game item upsets some Korean fans.
The Facebook founder's assertion that Holocaust deniers should be given a voice has outraged many.
A look inside the Kitty Hawk Flyer, a new flying car from the firm backed by Google's Larry Page.
Should teachers in Wales adopt some of the techniques from gaming to make lessons more engaging?
This is how people did their jobs before having all the answers at the tips of their fingers.
The makers of the online children's game say a hacker uploaded malicious code to one of its servers.
James Bond's favourite car company has plans to develop small aircraft with engine giant Rolls-Royce.
The EU's competition chef explains why she believes Google deserves a record-sized fine over Android.
Privacy advocates have warned that storing iCloud data on Chinese servers will make emails and messages vulnerable
A mass email using the "to" field instead of the "bcc" field identified possible abuse victims.
After a four-year battle with the US government, Defense Distributed can publish blueprints for guns.
The tech entrepreneur lashed out at a British cave diver in Thailand for mocking his mini-sub.
Video streaming services now have more subscribers than traditional pay TV services in the UK.
The European Commission has claimed Android unfairly cemented Google's dominance of search.
$7tn of goods travel by air every year. Much of it goes in the hold of normal airliners. But for those big, awkward loads, something rather larger is required.
A student racing car competition wants to tackle a global shortage of recruits into engineering.
Rose gold clothes, shoes, furniture, cars, weddings - why is this colour still so popular?
BBC Click gets exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the technology behind F1.
Twitter has started deleting locked accounts, leaving several celebrities with much fewer followers.
The BBC's Ayeshea Perera meets the makers of an app seeking to improve opportunities to socialise.
A group of five elderly Swedish gamers has stormed an online battlefield.
An undercover film suggests moderators are routinely keeping up content that violates Facebook's policies.
The tool will track "dark" sources to help government and other groups tackle subversion attempts.
The Amazon founder is now richer than Bill Gates has ever been.
If you're bald, ginger, grey-haired - or love lobster - these are the ones you've been waiting for.
How facial recognition is being used to identify suspects in crowds and spot suspicious behaviour.
Smartibot is an artificial intelligence robot you can control from your smartphone.
Google's centralised job hunt services signs up most individual sites with one major exception.
But PwC warns there will be "winners and losers" with many roles set to change.
The e-commerce giant is experiencing outages in the US and elsewhere as its summer sale gets underway.
The firm's shares dive 14% after it misses its projections for subscriber growth.
Debate is raging over whether smart speakers are suitable for children.
The ride hailing firm is being investigated over a complaint about gender inequality, the BBC understands.
Emma Conway's image of her in a swimming costume was photoshopped by a stranger online.
The company behind a Kodak-branded crypto-currency scheme confirms the plan has collapsed.
Shoppers are warned to check prices and be wary of high-pressure sales techniques.
The entrepreneur called the diver a "pedo" after he ridiculed his effort to help missing Thai boys.
The Travel Show's Lucy Hedges looks at the latest in smart luggage.
A typo in the code of a poorly reviewed game from 2013 is being blamed for one of its biggest problems.
The UK Space Agency backs Scotland's north coast as the place to launch satellites to orbit.
The prime minister promises extra investment for industry weeks after Airbus threatened to leave UK.
Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowski had never met before they teamed up to launch cloud storage giant Dropbox.
The engine maker is working on a flying vehicle which it says could take off by the early 2020s.
Professor Joseph De Lappe has created a modified GTA stream where every dead body represents a real death in 2018.
Ghanaian brothers James and Kwesi Ansah use the root vegetables to power radios and mobile phones.
The dozen allegedly used spear phishing emails and malware and hacked voter data on a state website.
A self-driving car has become the first to make it round the Goodwood race circuit.
It says fake news is not against its "community standards".
The outdated technology was last widely used in the 1990s.
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
How firms are using cutting-edge techniques to stop cyber criminals breaching their networks.
Some users, such as Katy Perry and Barak Obama, lost more than two million followers.
Auspex will be an ethical consultancy, its founder say, using similar data analysis techniques.
Tank tactics and drone details were up for sale by hackers who got them from military networks.
In a key ruling, a German court says the parents have rights to the account under inheritance law.
Google's YouTube TV goes down at a crucial moment in England's World Cup semi-final.
How Fay Nugent beat her phobia by riding Wilber the Whale through a 10-storey tower block.
The new principles explicitly forbid telecom operators to differentiate between online content.
Once the Chinese tech giant pays a $400m deposit it can start buying US-made parts for its phones again.
Young drivers increasingly want to buy electric cars - but myths are still deterring older drivers, survey shows.
The artists who help create the look of the all-conquering blockbusters reveal their secrets.
UK company Babylon Health is testing an artificially intelligent medical chatbot in Rwanda.
Data brokers such as Acxiom make millions of pounds a year selling access to your data.
UK's data watchdog plans to fine the owner of the Emma's Diary baby advice and gift service £140,000.
The UK's Information Commissioner says Facebook failed to follow its responsibilities.
An engineer is accused of stealing databases and hardware, and trying to flee to China.
The social media giant failed to ensure Cambridge Analytica deleted users' data, UK watchdog says.
The ride-hailing firm's head of human resources has left after claims she mishandled complaints.
Tesla's move comes as the US-China trade war heats up.
Click goes to Wimbledon to see how artificial intelligence (AI) is being used in tennis.
Daimler is teaming up with Bosch to launch a small fleet of driverless taxis in California next year.
In a UK-first the system detects a phone is in use in a passing vehicle and triggers a warning.
Payments firm apologises after writing "insensitive" letter to cancer victim about her debt.
A mini-sub delivered by the entrepreneur was said to be "not practical" by the rescue effort's chief.
Singapore is fastest, Yemen slowest and speeds are rising around the world but UK still lags behind.
Virtual reality, drones and automation are making mining safer and more productive.
The deal with Uber means users will be able to hire scooters via the ride-hailing company's app
The sale of the merchandise was helping hate groups "prosper", a report by rights groups says.
Up to 70 million fake accounts are shut as Twitter seeks to limit abuse of its service, according to reports.
New list aimed at women offers information and advice.
Glenn Burrows traded under the names "Ooberstick" and "Oober media".
Hundreds of thousands more charge points could be installed under plans from the transport secretary.
As many as 40 tonnes of heroin could be passing through Mozambique every year, in a trade that is boosted by the use of mobile phone apps.
The fuel giant said all its petrol stations can now accept card payments after a three-hour outage.
The technology to give people superhuman powers is being developed, but is it the right thing to do?
Tributes have been paid to three members of the High On Life travel collective.
They must show how they would cope with a cyber-attack or tech failure, following problems at TSB.
A family in France has become the first in the world to move into a 3D-printed home.
UK engineers will design a robot in an audacious plan to bring home Mars rocks to study for signs of life.
Discarded phones and televisions are a rich source of metals, and e-waste miners see money-making potential.
13 year olds can sign up to Facebook and Google sites. But can they understand those companies' privacy policies?
YouTuber Paul Davids has been cited by the video platform for infringing the copyright of his own song.
England footballer Lucy Staniforth tries out a new virtual reality training system for soccer.
A virtual reality kit is helping visually impaired people "see" art through haptic gloves.
Digital technology can transform the lives of farmers as they discover how apps and blockchain offer new ways of doing business.
Carlos Ghosn says traditional car companies face many challenges in an era of automation and electrification.
How instant feedback software and AI bots could make meetings more interesting and productive.
A company in California has developed a gravity train to store and transport surplus electricity.
India's vast engineering workforce and burgeoning start-up scene are among the advantages it enjoys.
Creators of RF-Pose are hoping to use artificial intelligence to detect degenerative diseases.