Social media giant Facebook makes its Trending feature more automated after criticism it was biased against conservative views.
A prototype Apple 1, a holy-grail item in electronics memorabilia, has sold for $815,000 (£618,000) in an online auction.
The UK's Information Commissioner (ICO) is looking into WhatsApp's decision to share more data with parent company Facebook.
Russian Roman Seleznev has been found guilty in the US of running a hacking scheme that stole $169m (£131m).
The Department of Homeland Security says it's looking into a cyber-attack on Leslie Jones' website and iCloud account.
Computer firm Hewlett-Packard has developed two new laptops that feature an optional privacy mode that obscures the screen unless viewed face-on.
A lawnmower has been blamed for wrongly triggering sensors that predict when the Northern Lights will be visible in the UK.
McDonald's is recalling millions of fitness wristbands that it bundled with Happy Meals after customers complained of skin irritation and burns.
Microsoft's Excel has been blamed for some errors in academic papers on genomics.
Rescue teams searching for earthquake survivors trapped in central Italy have asked locals to unlock their wi-fi passwords.
Transport app Uber allows customers in London to book journeys up to 30 days in advance.
A primary school head teacher who used a spy pen to film pupils in the toilets at his school is jailed.
The world's longest aircraft came into contact with "high voltage power cables" before nosediving on landing, UK Power Networks says.
A driver playing Pokemon Go while behind the wheel in Japan is arrested after hitting two women, killing one of them, say police.