Here's how to check your Gmail messages can't be read by staff at external companies...
Maps can reveal some surprising truths about our cities.
Can Call of Duty - or another forthcoming title - depose Fortnite as the most popular Battle Royale game?
Arcade machines for your desk and a console that plays both PlayStation and SNES games - catch up on some of E3's oddities.
The web-slinger may be back at school in the movies, but the PlayStation is getting an older Spider-Man.
Chris Foxx asked why.
Will Super Smash Bros Ultimate prove a knock-out hit for Nintendo's Switch? Chris Foxx puts the game through its paces at E3.
Battlefield V's creators stand by their decision to let gamers play as a front-line female fighter in WWII.
A kiss, gunshots and swordplay - but was the Sony PlayStation event enough to match the Xbox's at the E3 games expo?
Microsoft's Xbox event marked a strong start to E3 2018.
Will Sony and Nintendo be able to keep up at the LA expo?
Start-ups are working on developing different ideas to help homeless people in cities across the United States. One assists homeless people in getting identification, while the other provides an easier way to donate.
Microsoft has put its new data centre somewhere unusual... 🌊
Did you know the @ sign dates back more than 600 years?
Singapore is using smart watches to tackle short-sightedness in children
Brighter, louder.... better?
It looks like Facebook's relationship with Tinder is in trouble...
They take better quality video and are now water resistant - but will Snapchat's new Spectacles be any less of a flop than the first edition?
It's a case of drones v sharks on the Australian coast...
This is fun.
This game lets you ride a crypto-currency wave - but beware the crashes!
Would you be able to relax in the back seat of a self-driving car?
Girl gamers say they get told to go "back in the kitchen" among other abuse all the time.
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice just won five Bafta Games awards! Here's our round-up of the big winners.
We'll have live coverage of the video games Baftas on the BBC website's Tech page later...
Which notice did you receive?
This technology company is helping to train doctors. 🎮🏥
This looks wheelie good.
Something to chew over...
Are wrist-worn projectors going to become a thing?
Vodafone and Nokia plan to launch a 4G (LTE) mobile network on the Moon 🌚
Well that's one way to carry your handbag!
Nokia has another retro handset.
But will the Matrix phone make the same splash last year's 3310 revival did?
Samsung's Galaxy S9 has some fancy new features, but does it also signal that smartphone innovation is slowing down?
This door-opening dog robot can overcome human interference.
This art gallery is designed for the selfie generation.
Star Wars-like "holograms" could become a reality sooner than you think...
Everything you ever wanted to know about Bitcoin but were too afraid to ask.
(via BBC Panorama and BBC Click)
A new game for the Sega Mega Drive (Sega Genesis) has been made the '90s way - 20 years after the console was discontinued. 🎮
What would you chat about with less than 5% battery life?
YouTube has apologised to children who saw inappropriate material on its site
Can you come back to life after a (very) deep freeze?
You can ride this toy rollercoaster, thanks to virtual reality
Google's Eric Schmidt is being quizzed about the future of AI by the physicist Professor Brian Cox. Watch their conversation from London's Science Museum.
Artificial Intelligence is having a remarkable impact on science, technology and people’s lives. Watch BBC Tomorrow's World from Science Museum as Professor Brian Cox will be asking Eric Schmidt: what lies ahead for AI?