US consumer electronics chain Best Buy is closing its Canadian subsidiary, Future Shop, and converting 65 of its 131 stores into Best Buy outlets.
A European police chief says encrypted online communications are the biggest problem faced by security agencies tackling terrorism.
A light bulb made with graphene - said by its UK developers to be the first commercially viable consumer product using the super-strong carbon - is to go on sale later this year.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says he will give away most of his $800m (£537m) fortune to good causes before he dies.
Children try out some 1980s games at the new National Videogame Arcade in Nottingham and see how they compare to their modern equivalents.
A California jury has found that a venture capital firm did not discriminate against a female employee in a closely watched case in Silicon Valley.
The government's £11bn scheme to roll out energy saving smart meters could be an "IT disaster", the Institute of Directors warns.
How beacon technology can help you navigate Tokyo’s complicated public transport system.
Google has lost a Court of Appeal bid to stop consumers having the right to sue in the UK over alleged misuse of privacy settings.
Children spend six hours or more a day on screens, according to a study comparing viewing habits now to 20 years ago.
Google loses Court of Appeal bid to stop consumers having right to sue in UK over alleged misuse of privacy settings.
A national centre dedicated to the art and culture of videogames opens to the public this weekend.
THE body promoting Bournemouth’s coastal suburbs has a new boss.
Inside the Ghanaian school for tech start-ups with big ambitions.
BBC Click's Spencer Kelly looks at some of the best of the week's technology news
How you can save money and barter your way to the good life
BBC News talks to designer Sean Miles of Design Works, who has moulded a phone from recycled parts and natural materials, including grass.
Can data help create England's next football stars?
After a series of men on Tinder were reportedly tricked into flirting with each other, an expert attacks the app's security.
PayPal agrees a £5.1m payout over allegations it allowed payments from accounts deemed enemies of the state by the US government.