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A concept aircraft of the future has been shown off at the TEDGlobal conference in Edinburgh.
A Japanese firm carries out what it believes is the first test of streaming 4K resolution television to a set-top box over the internet.
Drones that can deliver goods are shown off at TEDGlobal as speakers debate the future for autonomous airborne vehicles.
Why is the new PlayStation cheaper in the US than the UK?
Thousands stroll through the E3 expo in Los Angeles.
Ministers must "get a grip" on internet policy to prevent children from seeing online pornography and stop the sharing of abusive images, Labour says.
Who knows what websites I visited yesterday?
The EU's Justice Commissioner writes to the US attorney general with a list of questions about America's data surveillance programme, Prism.
Electronic cigarettes will be licensed as a medicine in the UK from 2016, under new restrictions recommended by the medicines regulator.
Video games controllers with advanced sensors will soon allow players to control gameplay using their heart, muscles, or even feet.
Vodafone confirms it has approached Kabel Deutchland, Germany's biggest cable television company, for a bid thought to be worth 10bn euros.
Google, Facebook and Microsoft ask the US government to allow them to disclose the security requests they receive for handing over user data.
A first look at what it is like to play Sony's new games machine
A US judge sentences a Chinese national, Xiang Li, to 12 years in prison for selling more than $100m (£62m) of pirated US software.
The Speaker of the US House of Representatives has described Edward Snowden, who leaked information about America's mass surveillance programme, as a traitor who has put lives at risk.
More than £20m is being spent on re-laying the Heathrow's southern runway over the next six months.
How true are the stories of surveillance on screen?
In a bid to outsmart traffic, Google has bought the crowd-sourced navigation app Waze, a Tel Aviv-based start-up.
The return of Nintendo characters Mario, Bayonetta, Donkey Kong and Pokemon is announced in a video stream from the E3 gaming exhibition.
Spencer Kelly explains the workings behind Bitcoin and how people have already become millionaires through the currency.