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Some tech company agreements may not be enforceable in law
An "invisibility" time cloak which is able to hide events in a continuous stream of light is developed by scientists.
Microsoft is to sell a Halo video game as a Windows exclusive, potentially helping its mobile platform compete with Android and iOS.
Honda engineers are close to finishing a lawnmower capable of cutting lawns at speeds of up to 130mph after being challenged by Top Gear Magazine.
US-based researchers say they have found a way to use wi-fi signals to identify human gestures, paving the way for the remote control of home appliances.
Renowned pianist Krystian Zimerman storms out of a concert after becoming annoyed at an audience member filming on a smartphone.
Internet retailer Amazon launches first site in India to capitalise on the country's growing e-commerce market
The co-founder of a Flintshire-based price comparison website makes £170m after selling a 15% stake in the company.
Surgeons are using tablet computers as a way to practise surgery outside the operating theatre
Apple has lost a trade panel ruling in a dispute with rival Samsung which could see older models of iPads and iPhones banned from sale in the US
Researchers show off tests non-invasively measuring brain waves and turning them into controls for a model helicopter - moved by thought alone.
Where will criminals turn next to launder dirty money online?
The BBC Trust upholds a complaint that the clock on the BBC homepage was "inaccurate and misleading".
A Devon council spends an average of £30 a time to replace light bulbs, it emerges.
The City of London Police has started contacting websites believed to be profiting by breaking copyright laws.
Connectivity problems have left many customers on Three's mobile network unable to access the internet.
Fuel Entertainment will search an area of desert in New Mexico for copies of a failed Atari video game said to be buried there.
Television and internet services in the Portsmouth area are disrupted when cables damaged during roadworks.
Rory explores the rise of tech designed to capture, store, and then share your day
Apple iPhones can be taken over with "alarming" ease using a custom-built charger, security researchers warn