Electric cars have had a lot of publicity recently, but petrol and diesel engines are far from dead yet.
Email users across Europe are affected, the technology giant says.
The free speech network says it has been unfairly removed from the Android app store.
More than two million people downloaded a compromised version of Avast's CCleaner software.
Tez lets users transfer money via an audio signal as well as via the internet.
The company urged customers to "let your wife take a day off from the kitchen".
Many visitors objected when the site hijacked their computer to mine coins for the Monero digital currency.
The Communist Party's youth wing is accused of hypocrisy for using Twitter which is banned in China.
Snapchat has been caught up in an international row between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
Are new secondary school students and their parents ready for the next level of social media?
The men boasted about being the biggest distributors of nuisance text messages in the UK.
It's called "NetzDG" and critics worry that it will push social networks to delete posts - even if they are entirely legal.
Could artificial intelligence save democracy or should human politicians put limits on it?
Data on up to 143 million people may have been exposed when hackers hit the credit report giant.
The Centre for Computing History in Cambridge has an archive of more than 10,000 games.
Data on almost 400,000 Britons was taken when hackers hit US credit rating firm Equifax, says the firm.
A tech-savvy Chinese village creates a giant QR code from shrubs in a bid to attract visitors.
Developed nations are pulling ahead of developing nations thanks to technology, says a UN report.
Adverts could be directed towards people who described themselves as anti-Semitic, find researchers.
BBC Click's Stephen Beckett looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.