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'Thousands' of known bugs found in pacemaker code

From Thu, the 25th of May; Thousands of bugs have been found in the code used to keep pacemakers functioning, say researchers

Amazon adds live TV channels to Prime Video

From Tue, the 23rd of May; Live channels including Eurosport and Discovery will be offered for an extra fee.

Ancestry.com denies exploiting users' DNA

From Thu, the 25th of May; The genealogy service says it is changing its terms and conditions after being criticised.

Anti-drone fence used in Guernsey prison

From Sat, the 13th of May; A new virtual security fence is being tested in Guernsey to stop drones getting contraband into prison.

App maker's code stolen in malware attack

From Thu, the 18th of May; The FBI is investigating and Apple are looking out for malicious versions of the apps after the theft.

Apple and Nokia to 'co-operate' after settling patent row

From Tue, the 23rd of May; The two technology firms have ended a dispute over the use of Nokia's patents.

Apple's Ive: UK needs global talent post-Brexit

From Thu, the 25th of May; The UK should keep its doors open to global talent after Brexit, Sir Jonathan Ive tells the BBC.

Apple's Jonathan Ive says immigration vital for UK firms

From Thu, the 25th of May; Sir Jonathan Ive says Britain must keep its doors open to top talent if tech firms are to thrive.

ARM to provide chips for brain injury implants

From Tue, the 16th of May; The project could help those with brain or spinal injuries to receive sensory feedback.

Battery bonanza:

From Mon, the 1st of May; Could batteries help solve the renewable power problem?

BBC fools HSBC voice recognition security system

From Fri, the 19th of May; A reporter's twin foiled the HSBC security measure by mimicking his brother's voice.

Bitcoin hits $2,000 trading high point

From Mon, the 22nd of May; The virtual currency is proving popular but rival crypto-cash systems are catching up fast.

British Airways to resume most flights but delays still expected

From Sun, the 28th of May; British Airways warns there will still be some delays and cancellations, a day after its IT crash.

Cage director charged for failing to disclose passwords

From Wed, the 17th of May; The international director for Cage could face prison for failing to disclose digital passwords.

Classic BlackBerry gets Android revival

From Thu, the 27th of April; The classic BlackBerry smartphone, including physical keyboard, is given a 2017 makeover.

Could these mini reactors replicate the power of the Sun?

From Mon, the 15th of May; Tokamak Energy thinks its mini fusion generators will allow the company to test ideas faster than their competitors.

Cuban revolution

From Tue, the 23rd of May; As the internet becomes more widespread in Cuba, online start-ups are emerging. But challenges remain.

Customer service robots on show in Paris

From Thu, the 18th of May; Rory Cellan-Jones takes a look at some of the more unusual robots on show at the Innorobo exhibition in Paris.

Dashboard box encourages cleaner, smoother driving

From Thu, the 4th of May; A dashboard device called Lightfoot seeks to make people smoother, more fuel-efficient drivers. Dougal Shaw reports.

Disney's Bob Iger says the film hack threat was a hoax

From Fri, the 26th of May; Chief executive Bob Iger said the company doesn't believe a ransom demand was genuine as "nothing has happened".

DocuSign users sent phishing emails after data breach

From Wed, the 17th of May; The electronic signature service provider says no other user information was accessed during the breach.

Election candidates warned about phishing attempts

From Wed, the 17th of May; Recent MPs and other candidates in the UK general election are warned about malicious emails.

Electoral Commission wants powers to tackle election meddling from abroad

From Wed, the 17th of May; A probe into the political use of private data has been opened by the information commissioner.

EU fines Facebook over 'misleading' WhatsApp data claim

From Thu, the 18th of May; The social media giant is fined for providing "misleading" information during its takeover of WhatsApp.

Facebook power

From Mon, the 8th of May; The social network is largely unregulated and unaccountable when it comes to politics, critics say.

FCC votes to overturn net neutrality rules

From Fri, the 19th of May; Critics say changing the rules may mean some data travels on "fast lanes".

Fitness trackers 'poor at measuring calories burned'

From Thu, the 25th of May; But they are accurate at measuring heart rate, a study of seven devices has found.

Gene genie

From Tue, the 16th of May; DNA-testing kits for health and fitness are growing in popularity, but is it all hype?

General election 2017: Illegal content sanctions threat

From Fri, the 19th of May; Conservative manifesto suggests digital providers should pay to help combat online crime.

General election 2017: Workers' rights v robo jobs - a quandary for all campaigns

From Fri, the 26th of May; Artificial intelligence will have a huge impact on jobs - so are the parties still committed to it?

Glitch hits Pension Regulator website

From Thu, the 25th of May; Thousands of businesses face fines as a result of a faulty server at the Pension Regulator.

Google AI defeats human Go champion

From Thu, the 25th of May; Chinese Go player Ke Jie has lost two games of Go to Google's artificial intelligence.

Google DeepMind patient app legality questioned

From Tue, the 16th of May; A leaked letter throws doubt on the legal basis for sharing 1.6 million patient records with DeepMind.

Google plans to track credit card spending

From Fri, the 26th of May; A new product from Google will link the clicks on ads with offline spend to prove digital ads work.

Google's AI takes on champion in fresh Go challenge

From Tue, the 23rd of May; Google's AI system AlphaGo wins the first of three matches against Go world champion Ke Jie.

How to beat security threats to 'internet of things'

From Tue, the 23rd of May; Click talks to a cyber-security expert about how to protect your connected home appliances from hackers.

HPE unveils 'world's largest' single memory computer

From Tue, the 16th of May; Hewlett Packard Enterprise's prototype computer, called The Machine, has 160TB of memory.

HTC unveils 'squeezy' phone for selfies

From Tue, the 16th of May; The U11 has a pressure-sensitive edge that triggers the camera when squeezed.

India's Zomato says data from 17 million users stolen

From Thu, the 18th of May; Payment-related information is safe as it was stored separately, global restaurant guide Zomato says.

IPads 'help improve young pupils' skills'

From Wed, the 24th of May; The two-year study involved 650 pupils in 10 primary and nursery schools.

Just A Baby app matches hopeful parents

From Wed, the 24th of May; A new dating app lets people search for sperm and egg donors, surrogate mothers and lovers.

Leaks 'expose peculiar Facebook moderation policy'

From Mon, the 22nd of May; The "inconsistent" rules used to judge and censor content on Facebook are exposed, claim insiders.

London City first in UK to get remote air traffic control

From Fri, the 19th of May; London City Airport flights will be directed by controllers using a remote system 80 miles away.

Macron Leaks

From Tue, the 9th of May; The US alt-right, WikiLeaks and bots helped to amplify the leaked emails from the Emmanuel Macron campaign.

Mapping a new frontier

From Fri, the 26th of May; Share Lab uses flow charts and data analysis to map one of the greatest forces shaping our world - Facebook.

Meet Sally, the salad-making robot

From Tue, the 2nd of May; A salad-making robot which is able to hold 21 fresh ingredients has been developed by a California-based food robotics company. BBC Click finds out more.

Microsoft launches new Surface Pro

From Tue, the 23rd of May; It is claimed the tablet is 2.5 times faster than the Pro 3, with a battery that will last 70% longer.

More evidence for WannaCry 'link' to North Korean hackers

From Tue, the 23rd of May; Tools that helped WannaCry spread were also used in attacks linked to North Korea, says security firm.

My walk, my signature

From Fri, the 12th of May; The way we interact with our devices is helping cyber-security firms authenticate our identity.

Net neutrality: 'Dead people' signing FCC consultation

From Fri, the 26th of May; Campaigners say 'hundreds' have complained about their details being used to post fake comments.

New coins on the block

From Wed, the 24th of May; Why digital currencies are hitting record highs.

New health scan uses artificial intelligence

From Tue, the 16th of May; California company Forward is launching a medical body and health scan using artificial intelligence and connected tools.

New Zealand space launch is first from a private site

From Thu, the 25th of May; The first ever launch from New Zealand is a step towards making it cheaper to get cargo into space.

Nokia 3310 sparks wave of nostalgia as it goes on sale

From Wed, the 24th of May; Experts say its success will depend on how much people are willing to pay to indulge their nostalgia.

Nokia 3310: How long could you survive with a retro phone?

From Wed, the 24th of May; Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones swaps his smartphone for the retro Nokia 3310 for a day.

Robot police officer goes on duty in Dubai

From Wed, the 24th of May; People will be able to use it to report crimes, pay fines and get information in Arabic and English.

Russian postal service 'hit by WannaCry'

From Thu, the 25th of May; Three employees claim service still suffering from the effects of the global ransomware attack.

Samsung S8 'eye security' fooled by photo

From Tue, the 23rd of May; Iris-scanning technology on the Galaxy S8 is spoofed using a photograph and a contact lens.

Selling up

From Wed, the 3rd of May; The Hughes family want to take on the tech giants.

Serena Williams takes on new challenge in Silicon Valley

From Wed, the 24th of May; The tennis player has been appointed to the board of SurveyMonkey and pledged to fight for diversity.

Sex doll chat

From Mon, the 15th of May; The BBC visits a factory in California which is making a new AI-enabled sex doll called Harmony.

Smart doggy

From Tue, the 2nd of May; Tech for pets is a booming business, but will it simply encourage us to spend less time with them?

Subtitling systems contain 'widespread' security threat

From Fri, the 26th of May; Four popular media players are vulnerable to attack because of flaws, a security firm warns.

Sun trap

From Tue, the 9th of May; As India leaps ahead in solar capacity, we look at the latest innovations around the world.

Text-to-switch plan for mobile users

From Fri, the 19th of May; Ofcom wants to make it easier for people to switch operator - but it has ruled out a simpler option.

The new 3D image tool for surgeons

From Wed, the 17th of May; Echopixel allows surgeons to view and interact with a patient's scans in 3D.

The Nokia 3310 is back so here's a celebration of all things 2000

From Fri, the 26th of May; It's been 17 years since the Nokia 3310 first appeared in shops and the world has changed quite a lot.

The plan to grow strawberries inside shipping containers

From Thu, the 27th of April; Agricool is using former shipping containers to grow strawberries in Paris.

Theresa May: Online extremism 'must be tackled'

From Fri, the 26th of May; The PM says the fight against so-called Islamic State is "moving from the battlefield to the internet".

Tinder fights one-man dating platform

From Tue, the 16th of May; The app, called Shinder, has only one available male date.

Tweenage vlogger

From Sat, the 13th of May; Nikki Lilly is one of an army of children taking YouTube by storm, but she is not your average vlogger.

Twitter user numbers overtaken by China's Sina Weibo

From Wed, the 17th of May; Chinese micro-blogging site boasts 340 million active monthly users in first three months of 2017.

Two Britons arrested in Thailand over football streaming

From Wed, the 17th of May; Two British men are arrested after the Premier League supported investigations by Thai authorities.

UK firm designs 'world's most affordable solar lamp'

From Mon, the 22nd of May; Manchester's Inventid designed the SM100 solar light, which retails for $5 in African countries.

Virtual rabbits 'culled' in Second Life

From Mon, the 22nd of May; Thousands of bunnies have "starved" after their food supply was cut off.

Voice-controlled camera offers fashion tips and other news

From Fri, the 28th of April; BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.

WannaCry and the malware hall of fame

From Tue, the 16th of May; How does WannaCry compare with other big malware infections?

WannaCry lessons

From Fri, the 19th of May; How can businesses protect themselves against future cyber-attacks?

Watch Mark Zuckerberg find out he's got into Harvard

From Fri, the 19th of May; See the moment a young Mark Zuckerberg gets the good news, as filmed by his dad, Edward.

Watch me, watch me

From Fri, the 5th of May; Live streaming is becoming big business for 'creators' and tech firms alike. But is it dangerous?

Windows 7 hardest hit by WannaCry worm

From Mon, the 22nd of May; More than two-thirds of all machines hit by WannaCry ran the eight-year-old software, say experts