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Thirteen people plead guilty to disabling Paypal's servers in an attack that US authorities say was orchestrated by hacking collective Anonymous.
A project that uses sensors to monitor eating and exercise with a view to reducing obesity levels is to be funded by the EU.
Snapchat, the image-messaging app, has filed a restraining order against a man who claims he came up with the idea for the company.
Chinese hackers targeted five European foreign ministries over the summer, a security company has said.
Five European coach companies are testing eye tracking equipment as part of an experiment designed to prevent coach crashes.
Google unveils a new tool that allows users to create a Street View - a 360 degree virtual tour - of any place and share it using Google Maps.
Playing 'active' computer games can help people with type 2 diabetes better control their blood sugar, a medical trial finds.
Goldberg's contraptions have captivated people for decades and now businesses selling everything from children's toys to dog food are using them to appeal to the internet generation.
#BBCtrending looks at the popular - and controversial - app in Brazil, Lulu, which allows women to rate men and share their assessments through social networks.
Researchers at Microsoft are working on a "magic window" to allow interactions on video calls to be more natural than ever.
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Old buildings get a green facelift
US and British spies infiltrated online fantasy games in an effort to identify terrorist threats, according to media reports.
A "low-cost" tablet launched by supermarket Aldi sells out in 24 hours
Film star and "green" campaigner Leonardo DiCaprio is to enter a team in the new Formula E motor racing series, which aims to boost electric car sales.
Facebook develops a "sympathise" button that users could click instead of the "like" button.
The female sculptor from Saudi Arabia with one million followers
Xbox One owners are being warned about an internet prank that could wreck their console and render it inoperable.
City of London Police crack down on pirate sites and ask companies to stop advertising on them.