Parts of Brazil's Amazon rainforest are being illegally sold on Facebook, the BBC has discovered.
Plans to ramp up production of chips in Taiwan have been hampered by droughts, affecting factories' water supplies.
A US art installation that will let people control a paintballing robot in a mock art gallery has been condemned by the firm that made the robo-dog.
The war between Facebook and the Australian government is over.
An entire California school board has resigned after making disparaging remarks about families in an online meeting which they did not realise was being publicly live-streamed.
The battle between the Australian government and the tech giants over a law which would make them pay for news content has been rumbling on for a while.
Google-powered Chromebook laptops have overtaken Apple's Macs in popularity for the first time, analysts suggest.
The use of "invisible" tracking tech in emails is now "endemic", according to a messaging service that analysed its traffic at the BBC's request.
North Korea attempted to steal Covid-19 vaccine technology from US pharmaceutical company Pfizer, according to South Korean intelligence officials.
Fifty-one billion and zero - the two numbers Bill Gates says you need to know about climate.