Tesla has unveiled its first electric articulated lorry, designed to challenge diesel trucks as king of the road.
Twitter has stripped several far-right accounts of their "verified" badge, after changing its policy.
Elections in 18 separate nations were influenced by online disinformation campaigns last year, suggests research.
The BBC has discovered a security flaw in the office collaboration tool Huddle that led to private documents being exposed to unauthorised parties.
A self-driving shuttle bus in Las Vegas was involved in a crash on its first day of service.
Google says it is "not happy" that its search results displayed false information about Texas gunman Devin Patrick Kelley, who killed 26 people.
A Facebook test that promoted comments containing the word fake to the top of news feeds has been criticised by users.
The world's most profitable firm has a secretive new structure that would enable it to continue avoiding billions in taxes, the Paradise Papers show.
Computers can be fooled into thinking a picture of a taxi is a dog just by changing one pixel, suggests research.
The equality gap between men and women would take 100 years to close at its current rate, an economic monitoring group has suggested.