Sky and Netflix have announced details of their partnership, creating what they say will be the UK's "biggest on demand TV service".
Some mobile phone companies have charged customers almost half a billion pounds for handsets which they already own, according to Citizens Advice.
Debris orbiting the Earth at more than 17,000 mph has been snared by a prototype "junk hunting" satellite for the first time.
A "revolutionary device" which would help rehabilitate stroke survivors has been declared the winner of a government-supported competition.
The EU is no longer planning to sue Ireland over its failure to recover €14.3bn (£12.7bn) in back taxes and interest from Apple after the company handed over the money.
Twitter is making changes to allow users to switch back to a chronological timeline, two years after replacing it with an algorithm-generated feed of the "best" tweets.
Europol has warned of 15 ways in which people can fall prey to cyber criminals as it launched a report on the dangers of the web.
A soft robot jellyfish that can swim through openings narrower than its body could be used to monitor delicate environments in the ocean, scientists have said.
Ofcom has joined calls for independent internet regulation, following new research warning that 20% of Britons have been harmed by web content.
A Japanese internet entrepreneur is to be the first "space tourist" to fly round the moon.
A British diver who helped rescue boys trapped in a Thai cave is suing Elon Musk for $57,000 (£43,300) after the Tesla chief called him a paedophile.
Cockles are just as effective as some chemotherapy drugs in curing cancer, new research has found.
A new leak of internal WikiLeaks files reveals that Julian Assange attempted to flee Britain for Russia as authorities closed in on him.
Common household cleaning products could be making children overweight by altering their gut bacteria, scientists say.
Amazon is investigating claims that some of its staff sold confidential customer data to third party companies.
Two new British satellites have been successfully launched into low earth orbit to demonstrate the latest technology for monitoring both land and sea.
Two Russian agents are being probed by Swiss investigators over an attempted cyber attack on the world anti-doping watchdog, it has emerged.
As tens of thousands of people quit social media for Scroll Free September, former YouTuber Matt Lees tells us about his time as a viral video creator and why he turned his back on the platform.
Just weeks after banning several high-ranking Myanmar military officials, Facebook is hiring a director of human rights to address how it could be contributing to human rights abuses.