The BBC's Richard Taylor looks at "eye-tracking" technology which could be used in gaming, entertainment and healthcare, and asks if it could go mainstream.
Attackers hack to death a US-Bangladeshi blogger who campaigned for a secular society, sparking a protest by hundreds of students.
TalkTalk customers are being warned about scammers who managed to steal account numbers and names from the company's computers.
LADBROKES staff locally are waiting to hear whether theirs will be among the 60 branches which are to close across the country.
THE Odeon cinema chain is to be sold in a potential £1bn deal.
As the US tweaks its web regulations, Cuba is looking to radically update its internet infrastructure.
A service allowing motorists in England and Wales charged with summary motoring offences to enter a plea online is being launched by the government.
A US intelligence assessment of security threats faced by the country highlights cyber attacks from foreign governments and criminals.
An experiment at MIT's Distributed Robotics Lab is teaching robots to work collaboratively.
An optical implant allows a man to see his wife again for the first time in years, and other technology highlights.
Two llamas went on the lam in Arizona. Thanks to a local news live feed, the US watched - and Tweeted - in rapt attention.
The US Federal Communications Commission votes in favour of tougher internet regulation, upholding the principle of net neutrality.
Many of the firm's smart TVs were unable to connect to servers for two days after a problem emerged as the firm carried out a security update.
Cisco, Apple, McAfee and Citrix have all been dropped from China's official list of approved products, according to the Reuters news agency.
US users who are worried about a Facebook friend can now get them help from mental health experts, using a new suicide prevention tool.
Chinese computer maker Lenovo becomes the victim of a cyber-attack following a warning by the US government about software called Superfish.