Trailer shows Jobs as megalomaniac
Michael Fassbender's portrayal of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in Danny Boyle's new film is that of a narcissistic megalomaniac.
Austria court rejects Facebook suit
A court in Austria has rejected a class-action lawsuit against Facebook alleging invasion of privacy, saying it lacks jurisdiction in the case.
Video: Mystery fireball recorded by NASA above...
In the early hours of Monday morning, a blazing white light was seen streaking across the skies in...
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A natural coincidence will see the two brightest planets - Jupiter and Venus - light up the sky as...
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An unmanned Space Exploration Technologies rocket exploded about two minutes after...
Judge orders Facebook to reveal details of suicide images
Facebook must disclose if any images of real or simulated suicides have been posted on its website, a High Court judge has ordered.
3D-printed office building planned
The United Arab Emirates says the Gulf commercial hub of Dubai will soon add the world's first office building made using three-dimensional printer technology to its...
EE tops customer complaints list
EE has generated the most complaints from landline and broadband customers, while Vodafone generated the most grievances from mobile users, latest figures show.
EU to end roaming charges in 2017 and adopt new rules on online net neutrality
Mobile roaming charges are set to be scrapped within the European Union from June 2017.
Time stands still for 'leap-second'
Global time will stand still tonight, delaying midnight by a second.
Hawking to deliver Reith Lecture
Professor Stephen Hawking will deliver the BBC's flagship Reith Lecture this year - on the subject of black holes.
New technology to tackle fuel fraud
Almost 50 vehicles across the UK are to be fitted with the latest technology for combating fuel fraud.
iPhone 7: Apple preparing to launch Force Touch phones, say reports
Apple is preparing to make new iPhones with Force Touch, a feature that lets the phone know how hard its screen is being pressed.
Hadrian the robot bricklayer can build a whole house in two days
An Australian engineer has built a robot that can build houses in two days, and could work every day to build houses for people.
Project Sidekick: Nasa astronauts to take Microsoft's HoloLens augmented reality...
Nasa is working with Microsoft to take its augmented reality headset into space, and use it to help astronauts do difficult tasks while in orbit.
Netflix introduces a pay-as-you-go card
Netflix has announced pay-as-you-go cards that pay for access to its streaming service but without the need for a monthly subscription.
Ryan hoping to put competitors in the shade with new toothbrush
A young Belfast man is hoping to take a bite out of the lucrative dental hygiene market... from his exotic base in Brazil.
Suppliers in pledge over better broadband
Telecoms giants BT, Talk Talk and Virgin Media have agreed to draw up a new code of practice with watchdog Ofcom to improve broadband services to small businesses.
Samsung's rear mounted screens help drivers see the road ahead from behind lorry
New technology from Samsung fitted on the rear of lorries may put an end to dangerous over-taking by allowing the drivers behind to spot oncoming vehicles.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak: robots will make us into their pets
Robots will make us into their pets because we just want to be taken care of, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has said.
World's first 3D-printed supercar Blade from Divergent Microfactories can do 0-60 in just...
A San Francisco start-up Divergent Microfactories is looking to shake up manufacturing in the automobile industry with a supercar that relies on 3D printing for its central structural components.
Facebook algorithms can recognise people even if they hide their face
Facebook has developed an algorithm that can recognise who people are even if they cover up their faces.
Wikipedia's most edited articles: George W Bush takes top spot
George W Bush and World Wrestling Entertainment are the two most controversial topics on Wikipedia.
Crackdown on social media piracy
Officers have taken down thousands of Facebook listings and seized dangerous goods in a crackdown on social media counterfeiting and piracy.
Condom that changes colour when it comes into contact with STIs invented by school pupils
A condom that changes colour when it comes into contact with sexually transmitted infections has been invented by a group of school children.
Google adds email 'unsend' button
Google is adding an "unsend" button to email, making it easier to steer clear of trouble should someone send an inappropriate message.
NSA and GCHQ attacked antivirus software so that they could spy on people, leaks indicate
US and UK spy agencies worked to subvert anti-virus and security software so that they could read the messages of their citizens, according to new leaks.
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NSA and GCHQ attacked antivirus software
Battle over giant Hawaii telescope
Lexus builds working hoverboard
US military to get hoverbikes
Google's networks can 'dream'
BBC in mind control brainwave
UK to push new spying powers through despite report
Rhino horns are being 3D printed
Spotify raises $526m to fend off Apple
iOS 9: iPhone will track sexual activity
Stingray: fake mobile phone masts found in UK
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