BBC News - Technology
3 August 2021 | 5:12 pm
Blizzard Entertainment president steps down
J Allen Brack quits the Call of Duty and Warcraft game-maker, amid staff protests and allegations of a sexist workplace culture.
3 August 2021 | 8:23 am
Home car charger owners urged to install updates
Security vulnerabilities in two domestic electric car chargers were discovered by researchers.
3 August 2021 | 7:21 am
Shares slide after China brands online games 'electronic drugs'
In recent months Beijing has cracked down on China's technology and private education industries.
3 August 2021 | 5:15 am
Gangs on e-scooters targeting GPS farm equipment
Total theft claims fall after the pandemic but technology stays a draw for criminals, says insurer.
3 August 2021 | 1:38 am
Official recommends rerun in Amazon union fight
A National Labor Relations Board official wants another union vote for Amazon workers in Alabama.
3 August 2021 | 12:20 am
Twitter works with news sites to tackle disinformation
Twitter announces it will cooperate with two news agencies to promote more reliable information.
2 August 2021 | 11:08 pm
NHS Covid-19 app in England and Wales tweaked to notify fewer contacts
The app in England and Wales will now only alert contacts from the previous two days in asymptomatic cases.
2 August 2021 | 6:14 pm
Warship positions faked including UK aircraft carrier
Nearly 100 naval ships may have had their locations faked through manipulation of AIS safety system.
2 August 2021 | 1:24 pm
Anti-Semitic social posts 'not taken down' in 80% of cases
A report tracking hundreds of anti-Semitic social posts finds firms fail to act in 80% of cases.
2 August 2021 | 3:04 am
Afterpay: Jack Dorsey's Square in Australia's biggest buyout
The $29bn deal for Afterpay will create an instalments payment giant in a hugely growing sector.