BBC tech RSS feeds, just for you

This content was rendered at 21st of Jan, 6:12:19

Airbus says A380 superjumbo production could end

From Mon, the 15th of January; The European planemaker says it will stop making its giant A380 jet if it does not get any more orders.

American charged over deadly 'swatting' raid

From Mon, the 15th of January; A man accused of making a prank call that led to a fatal shooting is charged in the US.

Apple and Google buses under fire in Silicon Valley

From Thu, the 18th of January; Buses carrying Apple and Google employees to work have been targeted while en route.

Apple health data used in murder trial

From Fri, the 12th of January; Data suggesting movements correlating to how a suspect disposed of a body used as evidence.

Apple hit with complaint by South Korean consumer group

From Fri, the 19th of January; A South Korean consumer group has filed a complaint against Apple over iPhone slowdown.

Apple to pay $38bn on foreign cash pile

From Wed, the 17th of January; The payment is expected to be the largest of its type following US tax code changes.

Apple: Chinese firm to operate China iCloud accounts

From Wed, the 10th of January; A company linked to the Chinese government will operate the service in China from 28 February.

Audience with robot

From Tue, the 9th of January; An awkward audience with a celebrity robot still has the power to impress.

Belgium 'abduction': Woman uses phone map to provide her location

From Wed, the 17th of January; A 19-year-old woman finds her location in Charleroi in Belgium and alerts her brother.

Bitcoin dips below $10,000 for first time since December

From Wed, the 17th of January; The crypto-currency has nearly halved in value since its peak in December.

Bitcoin: South Korea sways cryptocurrency prices - but how?

From Wed, the 17th of January; The Asian nation has been a big adopter of virtual currency, so developments there have a global impact.

BT guarantees broadband speeds for two new services

From Wed, the 17th of January; Only 250,000 homes will be able to access the new services - a fraction of the total connected to the internet.

Captured paedophile

From Mon, the 15th of January; A BBC Trending report about online predators prompted a reader to investigate and eventually led to the conviction of a dangerous paedophile.

Carphone Warehouse fined £400,000 over data breach

From Wed, the 10th of January; The regulator says its £400,000 fine follows the discovery of rudimentary mistakes by the retailer.

CES 2018: CarWink emojis seek to replace driver hand gestures

From Sat, the 13th of January; A small display that shows images offers motorists a new way to communicate to each other.

CES 2018: Floating ads created by Kino-mo's spinning tech

From Tue, the 16th of January; Spinning LED strips are used to create video images that appear to float in mid-air like holograms.

CES 2018: Hushme mask lets users make private calls

From Fri, the 12th of January; A hi-tech face mask is being pitched as a way to obscure users' voices to let them speak in private.

CES 2018: Intel's swarm of drones lights up Vegas night sky

From Thu, the 11th of January; More than 200 drones are dazzling audiences in Las Vegas with a sky show timed to coincide with CES.

CES 2018: Luka owl robot reads bedtime stories to kids

From Fri, the 12th of January; A robot that can read any of 50,000 picture books to young children will soon launch.

CES 2018: Merge Blaster mixes real world with game

From Sat, the 13th of January; A hi-tech toy gun lets gamers play virtual reality-style games without having to wear a headset.

CES 2018: Omron's ping pong robot keeps ball in play

From Fri, the 12th of January; A robot that matches its ping pong-playing skill level to its human opponent's is on show at CES.

CES 2018: Panasonic's concept car has pick-your-own views

From Thu, the 11th of January; Panasonic shows off a concept car with windows that can swap out the real view for one you prefer.

CES 2018: Power cut at Vegas tech show blamed on rain

From Wed, the 10th of January; Attendees were evacuated from an area hosting Samsung, LG and Sony at the giant Las Vegas trade fair.

CES 2018: Samsung launches modular TV called The Wall

From Tue, the 9th of January; The modular parts used to make the 146in TV also allow for screens of unusual shapes to be made.

CES 2018: Time machine camera lets you record 'missed moments'

From Mon, the 15th of January; A wearable camera lets users record events that have already happened over the past 10 seconds.

CES 2018: Wireless recharging while on the move

From Sat, the 13th of January; An over-the-air recharging solution designed for use in the car is on show at the CES trade fair.

CES 2018: Zano the zombie drone whirs back to life

From Wed, the 10th of January; Drones that were incapacitated by the collapse of their creator are set to work again.

China shuts Marriott's website over Tibet and Taiwan error

From Fri, the 12th of January; The hotel chain apologises, saying it "respects and supports" Chinese sovereignty.

Chrissy Chambers: Revenge porn almost killed me

From Thu, the 18th of January; Singer Chrissy Chambers describes how her life changed when her ex posted an explicit video online.

Data-stealing spyware 'traced to Lebanon'

From Fri, the 19th of January; Nation-state malware dubbed Dark Caracal uncovered by security researchers.

Denmark Facebook sex video: More than 1,000 young people charged

From Mon, the 15th of January; They are accused of sharing explicit videos of two 15-year-olds via Facebook Messenger.

Detroit Motor Show: What the cars of the future may look like

From Thu, the 18th of January; A range of concept cars and trucks are showcased at the 2018 Detroit motor show.

Drone hit newly erected crane during Kent site survey

From Wed, the 17th of January; It struck a crane that was not in place when the pilot carried out site safety check, a report says.

Europe puts 1bn euros into supercomputer research

From Fri, the 12th of January; The Commission wants to spend 1bn euros on machines far faster than existing supercomputers

Facebook kills virtual assistant M

From Wed, the 10th of January; The social media company says the text-based service that operates with human input, was an experiment.

Facebook plans major changes to news feed

From Fri, the 12th of January; CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he plans to make posts from businesses, brands and media less prominent.

Flaw in VR porn app leaves 20,000 names exposed

From Tue, the 16th of January; SinVR app says it has fixed an issue which left 20,000 names and email addresses exposed.

Ford to boost investment in electric cars by 2022

From Mon, the 15th of January; The firm says it will have 40 hybrid and fully electric vehicles in its range within five years.

Freezing machines halt chip bug patch

From Tue, the 9th of January; Fixes for the Meltdown and Spectre flaw are temporarily halted by Microsoft after AMD machines freeze.

Google tackles Chromecast wi-fi blasting bug

From Fri, the 19th of January; The problem can knock out home networks by overwhelming routers with data surge, it said

Hackers steal $400,000 of crypto-currency

From Mon, the 15th of January; The group breached BlackWallet, a web-based wallet application that stores the Stellar Lumen currency.

Heads up

From Tue, the 16th of January; This year's Detroit car show sees new US investments, a Chinese challenger, nostalgia and fashionable headlights.

Hey Google

From Wed, the 10th of January; The rivalry between Amazon and Google's virtual assistants is fiercer than ever at the tech show.

How baby play is helping robots imagine the future

From Tue, the 26th of December; Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have taught a robot to play.

Huawei's US smartphone deal collapses

From Wed, the 10th of January; A tie-up with AT&T was seemingly scuppered over concerns about Chinese firms entering US telecoms.

Hyperloop: A visit to the test site of Virgin's train of the future

From Fri, the 19th of January; Can a futuristic tube-based transport scheme that shoots pods through a vacuum become a reality?

India woman kills self 'over WhatsApp bullying'

From Tue, the 9th of January; The Hindu woman had been bullied over her friendship with a Muslim man, Indian police say.

Intel fix causes reboots and slowdowns

From Thu, the 18th of January; The chip-maker says the patches it has issued to fix two security flaw can cause further problems.

Just Eat offers £10 after unwanted texts

From Tue, the 16th of January; Just Eat says its "appalled" at its initial response to a customer who complained about messages from a delivery driver.

Kitty Perry and the copyright lessons for seven-year-olds

From Wed, the 17th of January; A new campaign aims to make lessons about intellectual property infringement fun.

Lancashire Police uses Amazon Alexa to deliver updates

From Fri, the 19th of January; The force says the home app is being used to tell "the public about important neighbourhood issues".

Malware populates children's apps with porn adverts

From Mon, the 15th of January; Apps containing the malicious code were downloaded more than three million times.

Meltdown fix can make some machines slower - Intel

From Wed, the 10th of January; The patch for a security hole in its chips may slow down machines but the impact will be limited, it says.

Moscow taxi users confusion amid GPS meddling claims

From Wed, the 10th of January; Taxi users are facing inflated fares because their position has been wrongly located thousands of miles away.

Net firms 'better' at removing hate speech, says EU

From Fri, the 19th of January; The European Union says that 70% of material deemed to be offensive is removed within 24 hours.

Nikon v Kodak: 360 cameras go head-to-head

From Mon, the 18th of December; Two mid-range 360 cameras are put to test by the BBC Click team.

Nintendo Labo: The DIY cardboard accessory for Switch

From Thu, the 18th of January; Labo will turn Switch controllers into a piano, a fishing rod, a motorbike or even a robot suit.

OnePlus phone company investigates card fraud claims

From Tue, the 16th of January; More than 200 people report seeing fraudulent charges following a purchase via the OnePlus site.

Panic buying

From Tue, the 16th of January; Cyber insurance is growing fast as businesses lose billions to hackers.

Power up

From Thu, the 11th of January; A smattering of gadgets show off at the tech show promise better battery life than we're used to.

PUBG 'not eSports-ready' yet - but 'will be one day'

From Fri, the 12th of January; The brains behind PUBG, one of the most popular games in the world, talks eSports with the Radio 1 Gaming Show.

Quantum computing: Modular system announced

From Wed, the 27th of December; Linking modular quantum computers together could create a more powerful network.

RAF Marham: F-35 fighter jet simulator unveiled

From Thu, the 18th of January; The F-35 fighter due to arrive at RAF Marham in Norfolk this summer.

Robot hits and misses

From Fri, the 12th of January; Tech firms try to convince the public their robots are ready to buy despite several stumbles.

Snapchat redesign is a 'flop' with users

From Fri, the 12th of January; Social media service Snapchat redesign has not proved popular with many of its regular users

Softbank plans $18bn share sale of its mobile business

From Mon, the 15th of January; The share sale could include listings in Tokyo and London but Softbank says no decision has been taken.

South Korea considers Bitcoin trading ban

From Thu, the 11th of January; Government cryptocurrency concerns include tax evasion and people developing gambling addictions.

Swimmers rescued by drone in Australia

From Thu, the 18th of January; Lifeguards were being trained how to use the drone when the drama unfolded in what's being called a world first rescue.

Switch on, switch off

From Fri, the 19th of January; As cars become more automated, some experts worry that we are becoming complacent drivers.

Taiwanese police give cyber-security quiz winners infected devices

From Wed, the 10th of January; Taiwanese police gave malware-infected thumb drives as prizes at a cyber-security expo.

TalkTalk most complained-about broadband provider

From Fri, the 19th of January; The Post Office came out worst for landline services and Vodafone worst for mobile services.

Thousands hit in OnePlus credit card hack

From Fri, the 19th of January; About 40,000 customers of OnePlus could have had card details stolen in the attack by cyber-thieves

Thousands struggle to access childcare on glitchy website

From Mon, the 15th of January; Parents are struggling to get subsidised childcare they are entitled to due to continued web issues.

Tide Pod challenge: YouTube blocks videos after poisoning fears

From Thu, the 18th of January; American teenagers have been swallowing laundry detergent and posting videos online as part of a challenge.

Toy firm VTech fined $650,000 over data breach

From Tue, the 9th of January; US regulators say it did a poor job of protecting data it gathered about children and parents.

Twitch in last-minute deal with Overwatch

From Tue, the 9th of January; An innovative e-sports league will be broadcast exclusively on social video service Twitch.

Twitch spamming suspect charged in Canada

From Tue, the 16th of January; Streams were widely disrupted by a series of attacks that hit them with hundreds of toxic comments.

Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick a billionaire after $9.3bn investment deal

From Fri, the 19th of January; Travis Kalanick is selling shares worth $1.4bn as a consortium invests $9.3bn in Uber.

Uber to introduce limit on drivers' hours

From Tue, the 16th of January; Drivers who do not take a long enough break will not be able to log in to the app and take trips.

US man charged over 15-year spying campaign

From Thu, the 11th of January; The attacked allegedly spied on users via webcams and stole personal data and login information.

US retirement village to have 'largest' self-driving taxi scheme

From Thu, the 11th of January; Start-up company Voyage will start rolling out the service at The Villages, Florida next year.

Will taps run dry?

From Fri, the 12th of January; With water usage and droughts across the globe rising, the race is on to manage water more efficiently.

YouTube punishes Logan Paul over Japan suicide video

From Thu, the 11th of January; Logan Paul loses business deals after posting a video showing an apparent suicide victim in Japan.

YouTube singer Chrissy Chambers wins revenge porn case

From Wed, the 17th of January; Chrissy Chambers is awarded damages from her ex-boyfriend who posted sexual videos of her online.

YouTube toughens advert payment rules

From Wed, the 17th of January; The video-clip platform will require creators to have more than 1,000 subscribers to feature adverts.