K'Nex creates a toy rollercoaster kit that children build and then "ride" in virtual reality.
You can order a cocktail and a pair of robot arms will mix it for you while you wait.
The capsule can measure gas levels and transmit this information to a mobile phone app.
E-vone has developed a smart connected shoe for elderly or frail people.
Chrissy Chambers tells the BBC's Jane Wakefield how "revenge porn" changed her life.
Former GCHQ boss says that social media organisations “have huge power” over governments.
Can a futuristic tube-based transport scheme that shoots pods through a vacuum become a reality?
Lifeguards were being trained how to use the drone when the drama unfolded in what's being called a world first rescue.
The F-35 fighter due to arrive at RAF Marham in Norfolk this summer.
A wearable camera lets users record events that have already happened over the past 10 seconds.
Spinning LED strips are used to create video images that appear to float in mid-air like holograms.
A hi-tech toy gun lets gamers play virtual reality-style games without having to wear a headset.
A small display that shows images offers motorists a new way to communicate to each other.
A robot that matches its ping pong-playing skill level to its human opponent's is on show at CES.
World Wrestling Entertainment’s Stephanie McMahon explains her firm's move into virtual reality.
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best technology at CES 2018.
A robot that can read any of 50,000 picture books to young children will soon launch.
More than 200 drones are dazzling audiences in Las Vegas with a sky show timed to coincide with CES.
An inventor creates a machine that churns out retro-style coloured notes for his far-off mother.
"I'm borderline impressed at this level of irony."
"IN MATH WE TRUST"
Tests of a smart safe on show at the CES expo suggest it is relatively easy to steal its contents.
The BBC's Dave Lee challenges a robot to a game of Scrabble at CES 2018.
Sony shows off its robot pup at the CES tech expo to highlight its artificial intelligence skills.
Responding to Russian election meddling on its platform last October, Twitter promised to introduce an ad transparency center "in the coming weeks." There's still no sign of it.
Have you noticed posts from accounts you don't follow in your feed? Here is why it's happening.
A smartwatch with a screen hidden behind its analogue hands is on show at the CES tech show.
HTC debuted an adaptor that allows Vive users to play untethered from the computer. The brand also announced a new, higher-end VR headset. Dave Lee gave it a go.
A French publisher aims to print stories and poems on demand in unexpected places.
Rory Cellan-Jones reports on how firms are promoting their use of artificial intelligence at CES.
Software that can turn simple scribbles into detailed "paintings" is on show at CES in Las Vegas.
A start-up has a smartphone gadget that lets users create high-resolution models of their faces.
Under pressure, the President's former chief advisor leaves the site that on which he built his reputation.
After BuzzFeed News asked if this was an ad, Minaj deleted the caption on her Instagram.
Elon Musk's company said its rocket had performed as expected — but would not confirm the mission to launch a classified government satellite had been a success.
The president only lightly touched on trade and immigration issues in an address to the American Farm Bureau Federation.
A shy robot that ignored commands from LG's marketing chief overshadows the firm's CES press event.
A smart bottle is on show at CES that adds nutrients to water and tracks how much is consumed.
A UK start-up plans to offer DNA tests in shops to help people eat more healthily.
Dan Simmons puts Orosound's Tilde noise cancelling earphones to the test.
“This is going to be a very serious case over the freedom of the internet,” Johnson told BuzzFeed News.
Damore, Gudeman, and other class members were ostracized, belittled, and punished for their heterodox political views, and for the added sin of their birth circumstances of being Caucasians and/or males."
Once upon a time, Facebook hoped to give us all personal, AI-powered virtual assistants ...
The ads steal account and financial information from unsuspecting users, and they keep getting past Twitter's ad review process.
The Trump tell-all is an incendiary piece of factually debatable content that’s perfectly engineered for virality and, depending on your side, a confirmation of every politically motivated suspicion.
An exclusive first look at a new electric vehicle designed by ex-Apple and BMW engineers.
The must-have business tool of the 90s has been updated by one of the original designers.
Software that can identify sounds such as windows being smashed has been developed in Cambridge, UK.
The Teslasuit can serve up some real-world pain when playing virtual reality games.
Aryzon's cardboard kit turns smartphones into augmented reality headsets.
The handlebars guiding you on your journey and helmet with its own brake light.
At least 58 people in the US and Canada have become ill with E. coli, and two have died.
A cry of despair, followed by an act of good faith by a rail system that uses social media.
She is one of the first people to get a tattoo you can hear.
How drug-carrying drones could help save lives in far-flung places.
"Blocking a world leader from Twitter or removing their controversial Tweets, would hide important information people should be able to see and debate," Twitter says.
An adult diaper company wanted to trademark the term “ABDL,” and the adult babies/diaper lovers were not here for it.
Zuck is committing his 2018 to fixing problems with abuse, hate, and foreign interference on Facebook. In 2009 he promised to wear ties.
Sources say the billionaire has engaged the wealthy Mercer family about the endeavor. According to a new book, Thiel also explored plans to create a Fox News competitor with the late Roger Ailes.
The two flaws, nicknamed Meltdown and Spectre, could give hackers access to the entire memory of nearly all the world's computers.
As the relationship between the Breitbart boss and the president explodes in public, emails obtained by BuzzFeed News reveal that Bannon, in private, was never a Trump zealot.
The top Trump supporter and former Milwaukee Sheriff got sent to Twitter time out.
Presenter Mishal Husain comes face-to-face with robot her, the Mishalbot.
As more pioneers of the organic movement approached retirement age this year, Whole Foods, an icon of natural foods, was bought by Amazon. "It is without a doubt a different world."
All the innovations, apps, hacks, habits, gadgets, and robovacuums that made our lives a little better this year.
Opting out of Twitter's algorithm removes some old tweets from your timeline, but not all of them.
Meet the plebes among us who did something that changed the tech industry, spoke truth to power in a remarkable way that effected real change, or just made the world a little more interesting.
CEO Dara Khosrowshahi is now preparing Uber to begin the IPO process by 2019.
How the pro-Trump media, conspiratorial hyperpartisans, and delinquent platforms ushered in two parallel universes of information.
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have taught a robot to play.
Twitter's 2017 was pretty bumpy.
A UK zoo has teamed up with tech giant IBM in a bid to keep its heating costs down during the winter.
Goodnight, sweet Juicero machine.
Primary school pupils are playing a popular computer game in the classroom to learn about the Bronze Age.
In an industry that has long struggled with gender equality, it's not yet clear whether it's just getting rid of a few bad apples or if the industry is truly ready for change.
$100 billion makes you very, um, swole apparently.
On Thursday, the technology giant announced that Schmidt, who served as Google CEO from 2001 to 2011, would transition into a role as "technical advisor" to the company in January. He will remain on the company's board.
Bitcoin Cash surged more than 180% after Coinbase, the popular trading platform, announced it would allow for trading of the relatively new cryptocurrency.
Does she just happen to be wearing that Calvin Klein bra — or is it part of an upcoming ad campaign?
WeWork grew to an insane size this year, and it bought a ton of stuff.
The ads violated Facebook's policies, and the company removed them following an inquiry from BuzzFeed News.
Why you should replace your iPhone battery (instead of getting a new iPhone).
Facebook says showing fact-checks as related articles leads to to fewer shares of false stories.
A South Korean start-up shows off a huge robot designed to make humans stronger and more mobile.
Amid an unprecedented content moderation effort filled with unclear choices, Facebook is figuring out where to draw the line between being proactive and limiting speech.
Ratio'd, podfasters, nameflamers, and soy boys.
You can now approach and move *around* Pokémon — only if you have an iOS device, that is.
We asked a group of writers to consider the forces that have shaped our lives in 2017. Here, science fiction writer Ted Chiang looks at capitalism, Silicon Valley, and its fear of superintelligent AI.
The ride-hail company will now be subject to the transport regulations in individual European countries following a landmark ruling by the European Court of Justice.
A new face recognition feature from Facebook will tell you when people upload pictures of you — even if they don't tag you.
Uber had a tough year, but it’s still standing. Here’s how the company beat the odds and managed to survive 2017.
It was a great year for terrible things. This post is NSFW and NSFL.
A new app could help wheelchair users get help at railway stations and better access to trains.
Two mid-range 360 cameras are put to test by the BBC Click team.
A former Uber employee accused the company of corporate espionage, unlawful surveillance, illegal wiretapping, bribery of foreign officials, and illicit hacking.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
As one of the last examples of a unique lift closes in Leicester, is it hasta la vista Paternoster?
The hacks, data breaches, uncanny smart devices, panoptical social media, and government surveillance that happened in a single year. Yay!!
The FCC is expected to vote to overturn Obama-era laws relating to net neutrality. We asked people in Washington what they thought about that.
An Obama-era law that protects "net neutrality" is repealed by a US regulator, so what does it mean?