Japan's prime minister has announced his country will create a space defence force, in an effort to protect it from technological threats.
SpaceX has blown up a rocket to test an astronaut escape system as part of the company's final trial before it can fly manned missions.
New disaster series COBRA opened with a mayday call and a pilot in distress as a plane lost control over the UK.
Britain's data watchdog has been criticised for failing to punish companies involved in what has been described as the UK's largest recorded data breach.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has said the government is taking the rise of child sexual exploitation (CSE) material online seriously but refused to allow concerned MPs a debate in the House of Commons.
Britain's two biggest telecoms companies are preparing to lobby Boris Johnson in support of Huawei's involvement in the UK's 5G communications network.
Travelex, the foreign exchange operator held hostage by cyber attackers since New Year's Eve, has said a phased restoration of its global systems is finally underway.
The European Union is considering a ban on the use of facial recognition software in public areas as it considers how to regulate the technology.
Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey has asked one of the platform's most famous and controversial users, Elon Musk, how the service could be improved.
Wireless on-street charging for electric taxis is to be trialled in the UK for the first time.
Star Wars heroes are no strangers to bionic hands, and a young fan who lost all four limbs to meningitis now has his own artificial arm that would look right at home in a galaxy far, far away.
The father of a teenage girl who took her own life says he has "no doubt that social media helped kill my daughter" - as he backed a report calling for companies to share data and pay towards research into the technology's potential harms.
The European Parliament is calling for common chargers to be introduced that would fit all mobile phones and tablets.
Microsoft has pledged to become "carbon negative" by 2030 before going further and removing as much carbon it has ever emitted from the environment by 2050.
Sepsis is a bigger killer than bowel, breast and pancreatic cancer combined, according to a new study.
HIV transmissions among gay and bisexual men have dropped 71% since 2012, according to figures from Public Health England.
Japan has confirmed a case of the new coronavirus that has killed one person and infected dozens more in China.
One million birds are feared dead due to an unprecedented heatwave over an enormous stretch of the Pacific known as "the blob".
As dinosaurs evolved into birds they shrank in order to become warm blooded, according to a new theory hoping to put to bed one of the remaining controversies in evolutionary theory.