The BBC trials next-generation iPlayer technologies that will let it stream shows with higher quality images.
Congress passes legislation to crack down on bots that buy batches of tickets online before humans.
Security experts attack TalkTalk's response to evidence that thousands of its wi-fi passwords have been stolen.
Fans of World of Warcraft are to launch a server that lets people play the game as it was 10 years ago.
A hacker who stole unpublished film and TV scripts from celebrities is sentenced to five years in jail.
The scale of the terrorism threat to the UK is "unprecedented", the new head of MI6 says.
YouTube denies changing its algorithms, after its most popular star threatens to delete his channel.
Fitbit is buying smartwatch-maker Pebble's intellectual property but not its hardware business, which is closing.
Google reveals it is on track to offset 100% of data centre and office electricity use with renewable energy.
Apple Music says it will continue to pursue artist exclusives, as it tops 20 million paid subscribers for the first time.
The music industry attacks YouTube after the site revealed it paid $1bn in royalties last year.
Apple has blamed "external factors" for a handful of iPhone batteries overheating in China.
US Supreme Court rules in favour of Samsung in patent dispute with Apple over iPhone design.
The makers of two popular smart toys are accused of violating child data protection rules.
President-elect Donald Trump says Japanese tech firm Softbank will invest $50bn in US businesses.