Mayer says ‘future looks bright’ but acquisition will not close on schedule
Watchdog concerned whether investors received timely information about cyber attack
Boutique bank adds to London staff and sees more Chinese deals in Europe
The Chinese government is clamping down on internet services which get around strict controls - in a 14-month-long "clean-up" of the industry.
The digital economy has disrupted R&D and good ideas are stuck in the lab
Lloyds Bank was hit by a denial of service attack nearly two weeks ago that disrupted online access.
Hugo Barra’s departure comes after chief executive says group expanded too quickly
China is cracking down on the hi-tech ways citizens avoid official scrutiny of what they do online.
Vlogger DanTDM has been called 'reckless' by the London Fire Brigade after a stunt in one of his videos.
Motoring journalist Quentin Willson calls for cheaper and simpler prices to encourage the use of electric cars.
How biomechatronics could lead to major advances in prosthetics.
The firm says neither software nor hardware, other than the batteries, were at fault in Note 7.
Concern at fabricated stories on websites prompts a psychological study to help people spot fake news.
Move is part of a trend of online retailers taking stakes in the offline world
UK online dating scams reached record levels in 2016, the Victoria Derbyshire programme learns.
Company looking to move past design and manufacturing flaws as S8 debut looms
Samsung has blamed faulty batteries for the fires that led to last year's humiliating recall of its Galaxy Note 7 device.
Developers launch a new app to help pregnant women get a seat on public transport while commuting.
A digital games programmer from Angus is thought to be the first person to cycle from Land's End to John o'Groats in virtual reality (VR).
GreyOrange is India's biggest robotics company, making machines which support the country's booming online retail industry.
Cosmetics company experiments with nail art tech and social media influencers
Education platform extends virtual classroom to help close skills gap
Alibaba-backed group seeking to disrupt traditional financial services with digital services
iPhone maker says chipmaker owes it a rebate for licensing fees
Adverts for Google products occupied 91% of the top slots on the firm's search results pages.
Broadband costs will rise by between 5% and 6% while free BT Sport is to end for TV customers.
A company is needed to take on a £2.75bn contract to build 60 high speed trains.
A man who groomed young boys through the online game Minecraft has been jailed for two years and eight months.
Apple and Amazon are ending a deal that made the web retailer the only firm supplying audio books for iBooks.
Nintendo signals the "end of life" for its Wii U games console, which was first released in 2012.
"Average Rob" is editing himself into photos of Barack Obama and Joe Biden in his Instagram profile.
The presidential Twitter handle will be handed over later - here's how it works.
Chinese car-sharing company capitulates to regulators after years of laissez-faire
Minecraft, the game adored by millions of children, is allegedly at the heart of the web's biggest net attack.
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
Updates from two Aim-listed companies send shares above level of last year’s IPOs
This eight-day programme helps you clean your digital profile
Silicon Valley fears vilification like bankers for prospering at expense of everyman
Discerning the real growth path at the venerable tech company needs a supercomputer
Lebanon's capital Beirut has had a troubled past, but it's now becoming the Middle East's tech hub.
Lawsuit accused group of inflating expectations and lying about vehicle financing terms
President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman denies any Russian government involvement in hacking to influence the 2016 US election result.
US regulator raises concerns about how partially-driverless cars are being marketed
Beijing strategy could have same global impact as its steel subsidies, warn officials
Tesla will not be ordered to recall its semi-autonomous cars in the US, following a fatal crash in May 2016.
A group of Swiss teens has been invited to take a virtual reality challenge at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
A coalition of more than 70 civil rights groups urges Facebook to be clearer about content it removes.
Microsoft digital assistant’s ‘personality’ is debated and crafted by wordsmiths