Now the UK has decided to leave the European Union, technology firms are left to wonder what the future holds.
The EU and US agree final changes to a new data protection agreement known as the EU-US Privacy Shield.
Google says there was a large spike in searches for Irish passport applications as news of the UK's decision to leave the EU broke.
Uber is to hide surge pricing notifications for more users to make its app less "complicated".
The iPhone 7 is not due to be revealed until the autumn, but already fans are angry over rumours it may be missing a key feature.
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news
An electric racing car built by Swiss student engineers has broken the world record for acceleration by battery-powered vehicles.
Shares in software firm Twilio soar almost 88% to $28.19 on their first day of trading in New York.
A photograph of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg shows tape has been used to cover his MacBook Pro's webcam and mic.
Hasselblad unveils the first mirrorless medium-format digital camera that promises "ultra-high quality" photos from a compact body.
Blackberry reports a $670m (£450m) quarterly net loss, but the mobile phone company forecasts that its full-year results will beat expectations.
The old tech support scam where a fraudster pretends to be a Microsoft agent takes a new turn.
Apple is letting developers peer into the core of its mobile operating system - a move that could have major implications for cybersecurity.
Tesla's bid to buy struggling solar energy firm SolarCity has been called "shameful" by financier Jim Chanos.
Barclays completes the roll-out of a facility that allows its customers to make in-store contactless purchases of up to £100 via Android phones.