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A ring that unlocks smartphones and socks which provide feedback about footsteps are the latest devices in the growing wearable tech sector.
A system software update has rendered some PlayStation 3 consoles unusable, manufacturer Sony confirms.
It is not just planes and helicopter on display at the Paris Air Show, as the BBC's Theo Leggett found out when he tried on some of US defence firm Raytheon's new kit.
Google challenges the US government's gagging order on its internet surveillance programme, citing a constitutional right to free speech.
Will Russian and Chinese planemakers ever break the Airbus/Boeing duopoly?
Ophelia Horton is a fashion blogger with a difference - she is just 13 years old.
Two junior doctors develop giant 3D animations of human body parts to make medics' lectures more memorable.
Ministers say agreements reached with internet firms will lead to a "fundamental change" in how images of child abuse are dealt with online.
Parents and staff from Parentzone explain how they would like to make the internet safer for children.
Masters Student Sarah Watson is using 12 phone apps to monitor her daily life
Huawei unveils the world's slimmest smartphone saying the handset will work "miracles" for its brand.
An app that allows cats to take their own photos has been developed in Germany.
Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei unveils its latest mobile handset, which the company says is the thinnest on the market.
Yahoo is the latest firm to reveal the extent of US government snooping on its users following Prism leaks.
Diego Maradona wins compensation from two Chinese firms for using his name in an online game, Hot-Blooded Soccer, without his consent.
The Chinese telecoms giant, Huawei, is heating up the already highly competitive global smartphone industry with a product launch in London.
The Culture Secretary, Maria Miller is set to examine further access to online pornography.
Sharp puts a record-sized TV on sale in Europe, but its 1080p resolution means owners will need a relatively large room to be able to watch it.
Digital artists Adam Gray and Sam Fuchs spend hours searching the internet for iconic images, which they then use to create huge collages of the online world.
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