Google plans to expand a ride-sharing service in San Francisco, setting up a potential showdown with market leaders Uber and Lyft.
A new record has been set for the world's fastest 4G mobile internet speed, according to a network operator.
New guidelines are published setting out how the EU's net neutrality rules should be applied.
Smartphones could soon replace the traditional rail ticket if an experiment by Chiltern Railways is successful.
Facebook is to enable members to trigger its Safety Check service themselves if a dangerous event occurs near them.
Luxembourg-based SES says it is going to be the first satellite operator to launch a spacecraft on a "second-hand" rocket - a Falcon 9 that previously sent supplies to the space station.
A prototype racing car, testing self-driving technology for the forthcoming Roborace contest, takes a lap around Donington Park's circuit.
Every home and business in the UK would have guaranteed access to high-speed broadband as part of a digital "bill of rights" proposed by Jeremy Corbyn.
A New Zealand judge allows internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom to livestream his appeal against extradition to the US on YouTube.
A Sri Lankan schoolboy is arrested for allegedly hacking the website of President Maithripala Sirisena, police say.
Iran says it has launched the first phase of "national internet" designed to replace the current system.
Taxi-hailing service Uber and rival Careem suspend their services in the capital of the United Arab Emirates, as drivers are reportedly arrested.
A prototype Apple 1, a holy-grail item in electronics memorabilia, has sold for $815,000 (£618,000) in an online auction.
Social media giant Facebook makes its Trending feature more automated after criticism it was biased against conservative views.
China launches its first aircraft-engine manufacturer in an attempt to wean itself off Western suppliers and become a global aviation power.