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Motorola has struggled to keep up in the fast-paced smartphone market, but now the company has announced that it will take on its rivals with a new handset named the Moto X.
A smaller, cheaper version of Samsung's flagship S4 device is launched ahead of the company's new product event in June.
Innovation could be stunted by plans to include ways to digitally lock media in the web's core technology, rights campaigners warn.
The UK games industry body publishes the first ever chart showing digital download sales only.
Many people enjoy browsing the aisles in bookshops when they are looking for something new to read - but could this experience be replicated by an app?
The ethics surrounding so-called killer robots will come under scrutiny as a report is presented to the UN's Human Rights Council in Geneva.
Robert Hall speaks to a forensic artist who explains how he created a detailed model of the head of one of the sailors who drowned almost 500 years ago.
Rory meets the first-ever games designer in residence at London's Victoria & Albert museum
Facebook has said it will review how it deals with "controversial, harmful and hateful" content after admitting current measures are not effective.
A leading security expert says he has seen evidence that criminals are suffering as a consequence of the Liberty Reserve arrests.
Facebook closes down a group that was posting photos shared between Snapchat users.
Sprint and Japan's Softbank say US regulators have found no unresolved national security issues relating to Softbank's proposed takeover of the US mobile operator.
The small metal cone underneath pedestrian crossing signals
After a large feminist campaign, Facebook admits it must make changes to how it deals with "hate speech" on the network.
A hacker faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to attacking global intelligence firm Stratfor in 2011.
A list apparently showing the contact details of English Defence League members is published online by hackers.
The Liberty Reserve digital money service that was shut down laundered more than $6bn (£4bn) in criminal cash, US authorities have said.
LCD screen tech pioneer looks to the future
The government of Cuba says it will soon expand public access to the internet, although it will maintain restrictions for access at home.
Chinese hackers have gained access to designs for more than two dozen US weapons systems, a US newspaper reports.