German police carry out raids on 60 addresses, targeting people suspected of posting hate content on social media.
Millions of people are playing Pokemon Go - a mobile game that blends the real world with computer graphics.
Technology that makes audiences feel like they are in the movie, rather than just watching it, is helping cinemas sell more tickets at higher prices.
Meet the growing number of type 1 diabetics who are building their own unapproved, open source monitoring systems.
On Tuesday morning, the Huffington Post published a piece by Jennifer Aniston entitled "For the Record." In it, the actress blasts the media for, she says, its constant objectification, over many years, of her personal life. Her commentary was fueled at least in part by recent tabloid speculation that she's pregnant, at long last. Aniston is married to the actor Justin Theroux. It's not the first time the celebrity media has announced her pregnancy, nor is she the only actress to be the focus of these sorts of rumors.
How a young heart transplant patient met Aaron Rodgers
Attack dogs unleashed in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1963; the Tiananmen Square tank standoff in 1989; an Egyptian protester in a blue bra being beaten in Cairo in 2011 — all iconic images now associated with historical moments in time.
It's early days for Pokemon Go, but some believe the app marks a turning point in mobile video games.
US group Consumer Reports has called on Tesla to disable the automatic steering function in its electric cars.
A senior American politician writes an open letter to Facebook and Instagram asking them to stop the sale of guns and ammunition.
Sky reveals its initial line-up of 4K films, sports coverage and documentaries.
Malware that gives victims 96 hours to pay a ransom before it starts deleting random files every six hours has been spotted on the dark web.
A security guard robot runs over a 16-month-old child in a shopping centre in California.
The European Commission steps up pressure on Google, alleging that it abused its dominance in internet shopping and restricted competition.
Pokemon Go - a mobile game that has become a global phenomenon - is released in the UK.
Shares in Japanese gaming firm Nintendo rise 16%, meaning they have increased more than 50% since the release of the hugely successful Pokemon Go game.
They've danced suspended from the side of skyscrapers and performed on rock cliffs more than 2,700 feet up in the air -- but they don't want to be called daredevils.