Online multiplayer game Roblox has reinstated PewDiePie after banning the YouTuber for using his name.
The code putting ads on webpages can stop pages loading by seconds, finds analysis of millions of sites.
The mobile network industry has called for a new security testing scheme to check 5G equipment.
Tilly Lockey, 13, has bionic arms that are so sophisticated she can now use a paintbrush and apply make-up.
Made In Chelsea's Andy Jordan has a warning about the realities of being a social media influencer.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, apps are helping victims gather and share evidence.
The internet giant hit local opposition over the roughly $3bn in subsidies it had been promised.
The US investment bank has created the JPM Coin to handle wholesale payments for some clients.
Devonian Marcus Hutchins is accused of writing virus code and says he was "intoxicated" in an interview.
The final version of the new EU copyright law is agreed after three days of talks in France.
Thousands of US schools were shut down by fake threats involving bombs, allege prosecutors.
Google acts after YouTubers report users attempting to extort money via fraudulent copyright claims.
The British Basketball League is testing a new way of filming games that picks the action using AI.
The aircraft manufacturer ends production of the superjumbo after key buyer Emirates cuts order.
Gene Levoff is accused of engaging in insider trading on several occasions between 2011 and 2016.
The 15-year mission of "Oppy" the robot is declared over after repeated failed attempts to contact it.
An app that can be used by men to stop women leaving the country will be investigated by Apple.
The choice has raised eyebrows because of the controversial nature of some of Mr Musk's tweets.
Apex Legends, a new Battle Royale game has had over 25 million downloads in its first week - will it be a threat?
Activision Blizzard will lay off about 800 people, despite announcing record revenue.
Visual effects supervisor Chris Lawrence explains how they helped make the film.
A pop-up recycling shop in Hove collects unwanted tech items, erases the data and recycles them.
Overwork is a longstanding problem in Japan and companies are turning to technology for solutions.
Cartoon figures and young stars will be banned from many adverts in a bid to protect children.
MPs open inquiry into immersive technology such as VR and AR.
The geo-fencing technology that means drones cannot fly near airports is improved.
Four Americans are celebrated for their roles in developing the sat-nav Global Positioning System.
Media execs at several major outlets used anonymous accounts to harass women writers and activists.
The mapping organisation's craft will collect images and data for businesses and organisations to use.
Seeing a doctor online instead of in person could save time and money, but what are the drawbacks?
The landmark review also recommended the BBC should do more to share its technical and digital expertise.
Ethan Lindenberger took to the website to ask whether he could get vaccines without his parents .
Michaela Community School sells "brick phones" to students to stop them from being distracted.
The defence secretary says the network enabled aircraft could be used to overwhelm the enemy.
So you think the dating scene is just a meat market? Wait till you hear about this matchmaking app.
The fine could amount to €12.5m ($14m, £11m) for the 1,000 ads the city says break French law.
Russia may briefly disconnect from the internet as part of a test of its cyber-defences.
Director Robert Rodriguez explains how technology helped bring the film to life.
Redditors flooded the site with snarky posts after reports of funding from Chinese tech giant Tencent.
Minister vows to question Grindr and Tinder on safeguarding measures following "shocking" findings.
Camera-laden towers and underground sensors plug the gaps in the existing US-Mexico border fence.
The joint visual effects supervisor behind the Bafta-nominated film explains how the images were made.
About 650 esports gamers and 100 spectators are battling it out to win thousands of pounds.
The Chinese-owned meme platform taking over the internet.
The social media app was downloaded more times than Instagram and Snapchat in 2018.
Why would a technology firm that has sold millions of units online venture on to the high street?
The flaw meant account holders saw some details of other users and their message history.
Digital banking service Revolut is referred to the city watchdog over its Valentine's Day "single takeaway" ad.
The flaw let iPhone owners eavesdrop on people they called via the FaceTime video-chat system.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
YouTube deletes singer Austin Jones's channel, after he exchanges sexual images with underage girls.
Jeff Bezos says National Enquirer attempted extortion by threatening to publish "intimate photos".
A controversial new scheme is capturing CO2 emissions from wood burning.
Politicians' passwords have all been reset, but officials say it appears no information was stolen.
The smartphone is becoming a powerful medical tool that can diagnose a growing number of conditions.
A customer's ex-partner accessed her new address and bank details, before turning up at her home.
The film-maker takes legal action against the company for allegedly refusing to release his latest film.
But some pictures - such as scars - will be allowed to remain, the head of the platform says.
As the government draws up plans, what are its options for regulating the firms?
Bernard Matthews says bank account details of 200 employees were "potentially compromised".
The social media firm reports higher profits, but its revenue forecast falls short of expectations.
The BBC's Zoe Kleinman describes what was inside the Ocado grocery warehouse, which has been hit by fire.
A watchdog calls for improved safety following another death and a series of severe injuries in US cities.
A security flaw in gay dating app Jack'd left private intimate photos publicly exposed on the internet.
The boss of Instagram is meeting the government to talk about sensitive content on social media.
Marc-Antione Durand from the social app Yubo says it has had to learn a lot and make changes.
Japanese esports pro RizArt apologises after falsely claiming he was a 12-year-old to gain subscribers.
The social network says it intends to appeal against the German watchdog's ruling.
As concerns mount over how screen time and social media affect children, parents are given suggestions.
Chief executive Masayoshi Son said the record buyback would prop up the tech giant's share price.
Founder Eben Upton says the shop will attract customers who are "curious" about the tiny computer.
The 3D-printed robot showed off its skating skills at the recent World Economic Forum in Davos.
The website will let users know if a company has flagged its negative reviews to hide them.
The Chinese telecoms giant says measures to address UK security concerns will take time to implement.
The parents of Molly Russell hope to gain access to her social media data to help understand her suicide.
YouTuber and Marseille fan Mohamed Henni tells BBC World Service that he breaks TVs when his football team loses "to make people happy".
Images of child abuse are found embedded in the system powering a high-profile crypto-currency.
Currently, the law requires a human remote driver - not necessarily inside the vehicle but ready to take over control if needed.
Deputy leader Tom Watson accuses social media giants like Facebook of failing to protect their users.
A list of 230 new emojis also includes a blood drop meant to represent menstruation.
The online grocer has seen shares slump after a fire tore through its Hampshire warehouse.
UK competition watchdog probes a number of websites over pressure selling and discount claims.
A Cambridgeshire village is trying out ultra-fast broadband in a limited trial.
The UK's advertising watchdog says steps should have been taken to hide them from under-18s.
Ageing populations around the world are putting pressure on healthcare. Can innovation plug the gap?
The former Burberry chief is leaving after five years working to revitalise Apple stores.
A cocktail of deadly drugs was behind Vine and HQ Trivia co-founder Colin Kroll's death in December.
French magazine L'Express reports the firm paid nearly £440m tax in a secret pact late last year.
The Enox watch does not encrypt data, potentially allowing attackers to contact and locate children.
Human rights committee chairwoman Harriet Harman asks the ex deputy PM and Facebook spokesman to give evidence.
Flickr has changed its rules on the amount of free storage it will provide for users who do not pay a subscription.
Dorset Council is already being used on the social network by an authority in Tasmania.
The egg, Instagram's most-liked photo ever, is revealed to be part of a mental health campaign.
Megan Hinton works with the police to highlight the dangers of sending compromising photos.
Apps that help us manage our money are proving increasingly popular, but how effective are they?
Court documents say Canadian cryptocurrency exchange Quadriga cannot access or secure the coins.
The messaging service, aimed at reducing the flow of email, is one of 2019's most anticipated IPOs.
It is thought a pupil at the school submitted the name change to the search engine.
Liberty says at least 14 forces have used or intend to use crime-prediction software.
UK police seize more than 60 computers and other gadgets suspected of being used to carry out web attacks.
The tech giant says a study that found its facial-recognition tool showed gender and racial bias is inaccurate
It comes after links between the suicide of teenager Molly Russell and distressing online content.
Fortnite players drop their guns and dance as EDM DJ Marshmello plays a virtual concert broadcast in-game.
A visual effects artist behind the Oscar-nominated film explains how the images were made.
A BBC researcher was given a hidden earpiece through which they could receive the answers.
Nick Gibb says while it's a matter for heads, excessive social media leaves pupils unable to concentrate.
Developed by a team at MIT, the robot uses AI and may be used in industrial automation in the future.
How Satya Nadella turned around the tech firm's fortunes.
The software, which runs on streaming site Mixer, picks the most interesting moments to show people.
The software allows people to chat and share images, videos and 3D models in augmented reality.
A software patch for the flaw will be rolled out next week and restore FaceTime features to phones.
George Mason had sex with his ex-partner and an unknown third man on the Northern Line.
The man was a driver for Didi Chuxing's Hitch service when he carried out the fatal attack.
Information Commissioner reduces Leave.EU's fine after "considering representations" from pro-Brexit group.
It is taking on domains that exploit non-English character sets to hide criminal activity.
A warning that the Daily Mail's website failed to maintain "basic standards of accuracy" is changed.
BBC Click's LJ Rich looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
The e-commerce giant has had to remove products from its India site to comply with new rules.
Police are questioning both the seller and several bidders about the unlikely online offer.
Guidelines about what constitutes "obscene" pornography have been relaxed in England and Wales.
Ian said photos he saw on the social media platform were more graphic than things he had seen in the Army.
Nintendo announces the Mario Kart Tour app will be delayed until summer 2019.
Libby's father says he reported disturbing content to Instagram, but the company did nothing.
Two students banned from the uni over a group chat are being allowed back to classes early.
Hackers are trying to discredit the inquiry into alleged Russian interference in US politics, prosecutors say.
Tonnes of poison was laid down by drones in a project to get rid of the invasive species.
Facebook says an error allowed under-18s to get a phone-monitoring app without parental consent.
Those breaching sanctions aimed at cutting rising violence could face up to two years in prison.
Robot waiters and chefs form the future of hotpot chain Haidilao.
A cross-party committee says social media companies should have a legal "duty of care" to children.
The number of people who logged into the site at least once a month rose 9% last year.
The move comes after the Belgian Gambling Commission threatened legal action over in-game loot boxes.
As Apple hints at lower phone prices, Newsbeat looks at how iPhones have changed through the years.
The car repair chain's IT system went offline on Saturday and has been experiencing problems since.
The world's bestselling drone-maker says it must tackle cases of employee theft.
The app bans images of men in underwear and swimwear after "repeated suspensions by app store distributors".
England's children's commissioner writes to social media companies, urging them to tackle disturbing content.
Crowdfunding site PledgeMusic seems to have run out of money, leaving musicians wondering what to do.
Saoradh claims the social media giant removed a number of its pages from its platform.
They might not have been born when it was made, but Friends is a favourite programme for the young.
Revenue from the tech giant's signature iPhone fell 15% in the most recent quarter.
The epilogue is downloaded only once the 40 hours of game-play is completed.
One of the world's favourite phone makers is fighting for its reputation.
The judge is unhappy about the sum involved and the vagueness of promised cyber-security fixes.
Three people with visual impairments share their experiences of being targeted for using technology.
The Chinese telecoms giant said it was "disappointed" by the US charges, which include theft and fraud.
Facebook's popularity among children fell during 2018, according to the media regulator Ofcom.
Tech giants have become rich on the back of our data. But some tech start-ups are fighting back.
A popularity contest backing YouTube star, PewDiePie, got out of hand and two teenage hackers are in hiding.
Among the charges are accusations of fraud, obstruction of justice and theft of technology.
The new Facebook vice-president says the firm will do "whatever it takes" to make its platforms safer.
More than 14,000 people are affected, including thousands of visitors, Singapore's health ministry says.
James Charles tells LBC his career has been "a wild ride", following gridlock in Birmingham.
A security researcher says he found a database listing names and details of suspected culprits.
Sir Nick Clegg said the network "would do whatever it takes" after 14-year-old Molly Russell's death.
Facebook's global affairs chief says firm has helped prevent people from taking their own lives.
Daniel Kelley has already admitted involvement in the major hack attack on the telecoms firm in 2015.
Epic Games will now let players see what is inside loot llamas before they buy them.
The bike, made by BigRep, took three days to print and cost about £2,000 ($2,600) to produce.
Consumer group Which? found the Ford Fiesta, VW Golf, Nissan Qashqai and Ford Focus were all at risk.
Products such as Fitbits overestimate the amount of calories burned while walking, research finds.
It comes after the father of 14-year-old Molly Russell blamed Instagram recommendations for her death.
Tech firms hope better artificial intelligence will mean more compelling products.
Greg wants other vulnerable teenagers to learn from his experience.
Police agency Action Fraud said money lost by victims increased by 24% over a six-month period.
The airport that helped a drone fly within its exclusion zone in a world-first technology test.
Facebook plans to integrate its messaging services on Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger.
The mobile operator "pauses' deployment of Huawei equipment in its core networks in Europe.
The tax authority collected voice data over the phone and originally gave people no way to opt out.
Messages that look like they come from YouTube stars are trying to trick their fans.
Mysterious musicians have cropped up on Spotify accounts. How did they get there - and do they point to a security problem?
The Chinese telecoms company is facing a PR crisis, but its executives say it's business as usual.
The firm said its site in China was now accessible after an outage raised concerns it had been censored.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
How retailers are trying to make in-store shopping more exciting and fun with interactive experiences.
Three men are accused of aiding a hoaxer who tricked armed police into attending fake emergencies.
Marc Cieslak looks at the latest instalment in the first-person shooter series ahead of its release.
From slaughtering goats to prepping for the apocalypse, their habits aren't exactly normal.
The youth charity says it will not accept new financial donations from the firm.
Users could be defenceless against intrusive ads if proposed changes to Chrome happen, warn developers
The online retail giant is latest to experiment with delivery via pavement robot.
The outage has raised concerns that Bing is the latest foreign website to be blocked by censors.
The system used by nine forces regularly crashes, causing cases to be dropped, officers say.
Teachers say they can't stay up all night answering individual email queries from parents.
It comes after it emerged a teenage girl took her own life after viewing disturbing content online.
Tiantian Kuaibao was singled out for criticism by the country's internet regulator.
Parent company Facebook says it is "deeply upset" by the death of Molly Russell, and is reviewing its policies.
A built-in tool in Microsoft's Edge app says the Daily Mail's journalism is often inaccurate.
The Chinese tech giant confirms it has developed a smartphone-tablet hybrid with a flexible display.
The consumer rights campaigner had claimed fake ads on Facebook had caused reputational damage.
Vlogger Zoella and pop star Rita Ora were threatened with court action over social media ads.
The Japanese firm will move its European headquarters to the Netherlands to avoid customs issues.
A company in Israel is using virtual reality computer games to help patients deal with chronic pain.
Will Novak was accidently invited to a stranger's bachelor party. He decided to attend and went viral.
The US must file a formal extradition request by 30 January for the Chinese telecoms executive.
After Molly Russell took her own life, her family found distressing material through her Instagram account.
Two senior executives will move from Wiltshire but no jobs will be lost in the process.
Chinese tech giant warns it might transfer activities to countries "where we are welcomed".
The IT failures have meant that trials have been delayed and jurors are unable to enrol, reports say.