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The University of Wisconsin successfully claims that Apple used its chip technology without consent.
Visual effects artist Richard Stammers reveals the secret of how to make Matt Damon walk on Mars
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A crowdfunded project creates a lightbulb that floats and spins in mid-air - the trade-off is that the effect requires extra power.
Twitter says it is cutting 336 jobs, roughly 8%, of its global workforce, as part of a restructuring of the business.
A Florida woman is arrested after she filmed herself driving drunk and broadcast it live on the internet.
Latest version of Call of Duty will come unlocked, allowing players to skip straight to the end if they want.
Software test engineer Sovita Dahal reveals the challenges she had to overcome to achieve her career of choice.
Google has released a virtual reality Street View and updated statistics on its Cardboard headset.
A crowdfunding campaign for a razor blade which its US creators claimed could remove facial hair with a laser beam has been suspended.
Robots that make mistakes and show human emotions fared better in tests with humans than their perfect counterparts.
Large amounts of phone, internet and location data must now be kept for two years by Australian telecommunications companies, as a new law comes into effect.
How 'hoverboards' took off - in spite of laws against them
A national video campaign has been launched to encourage people who view images of child sexual abuse online to seek help.
The tech making sea water drinkable
From jewellery with embedded chips to biometric technology, how the way we pay for things could change
Female coders mark Ada Lovelace Day
The dating app where women take the lead
Social network giant Facebook paid just £4,327 in corporation tax in 2014, its latest UK results show.