Ten milestones in PlayStation’s history that took Sony from rank outsider to gaming kingpin
Humans 'will not be able to compete' with self-improving robots, says Stephen Hawking
DNA screening devices that profile health risks are banned in the US – but now legal in the UK
A need-to-know round-up of the essential tech stories that broke this week
The cable-free elevator can move horizontally as well as vertically – but doesn't fly into space
MPs criticise 'legalese' terms and conditions and say social media companies should reform how they collect and use data
Businessman Daniel Hegglin settles with Google over untrue posts labelling him a murderer and a paedophile
With HubID, you’ll decide what you’re going to share with retailers – and you’ll even charge them for it
UK authorities say action is required after a website was found to be broadcasting private webcam footage from homes and gyms
From memory and maths puzzles to apps claiming to develop Sherlock-Holmes-like attention spans
Police warn that unmanned drones are already being used for 'nefarious purposes'
An electronic field that repels sharks could be an environmentally friendly alternative to shark nets
The online encyclopaedia is unreliable and lacks detail on Russian life, the Kremlin library says
The tech giant has leased an airfield from Nasa as the space agency tries to reduce its footprint on earth
The Henry Graves Supercomplication was made for a New York City banker in the 1930s
President comes out against controversial plans to create paid-for 'fast lanes' for the internet
Developed in the UK, the Pi-Top is a world first: a laptop computer, much of which can be made at home
Low-paid repetitive jobs most likely to be replaced by robots and computers over the next 20 years
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