US telecoms giant Verizon Communications is to buy Yahoo's core internet business for $5bn (£3.8bn), according to media reports.
Robot Wars judge Noel Sharkey shares his memories of the programme.
Digital rights group the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) attempts to overturn parts of US copyright law which, it says, are unconstitutional.
Elite Dangerous gamers are working feverishly to decipher a puzzle uncovered by one player of the space simulation.
A smartphone case that tells its owner when their phone has been hacked is being designed by whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Nintendo's Pokemon Go is now available for players in Japan, the birthplace of the little monsters, says game developer Niantic Labs.
A Texan man has been sentenced to 18 months in jail for running a fraudulent Ponzi-style scheme based around the Bitcoin virtual currency.
The last videocassette recorder (VCR) in Japan is to be produced by the end of the month, according to the Nikkei newspaper.
The use of internet banking on a computer has fallen for the first time, as users switch to mobile apps, according to the banking industry.
A live action Pokemon movie is to begin production in 2017, Legendary Entertainment has confirmed.
BT and Plusnet users were unable to access some websites again, after problems with the service yesterday.
Tinder now allows groups of friends to meet up - a feature one expert says risks turning it into an "orgy app".
Game maker Valve is threatening to shut down sites that use add-ons for its Counter Strike game to gamble.
Mozilla is planning to end full support for Adobe's Flash software in its Firefox browser from next month.
Windows 10 gathers an "excessive" amount of personal data on users, the French data authority says in a formal notice about the operating system.