The latest stories from the Technology section of the BBC News web site.
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The US military has been showing off its latest catch.
Blackberry launches what it calls a "no-nonsense" smartphone in a bid to win back business customers.
What we know about the devastating hack that hit Sony
Jeans that block wireless RFID signals, prevent hackers accessing card details, are to go on sale.
Technology giant Apple says it cannot currently sell products online in Russia because the rouble's value is too volatile for it to set prices.
Google is proposing to warn people their data is at risk every time they visit websites that do not use the "HTTPS" system.
The New York premiere of The Interview, a comedy about the assassination of North Korea's president, is cancelled amid threats from hackers.
MPs are not equipped to deal with technology and too reliant on the web firms they scrutinise, says Wendy Hall.
An interactive journey through quantum theory
A church in Hackney is using technology to help explore "digital empathy".
Meet the self-proclaimed 'geek actor'
Online art sales boom, led by Chinese buyers
Technology behemoth Apple has been found not guilty of engaging in anti-competitive behaviour by a jury in California.
Aaron Sorkin blasts Sony hack stories
Lastminute.com, the firm which came to fame at the height of the dot.com boom, has been sold to Swiss travel firm Bravofly Rumbo for $120m (£76m).
The first contactless payment gloves are being trialled in stores in the run up to Christmas - Rory Cellan-Jones put them to the test.
Microsoft launches the test version of a new Skype tool which translates foreign languages in real time.
Ofcom, the UK's telecoms regulator, has named senior Treasury official Sharon White as its new chief executive.
Energy regulator Ofgem has approved a £1.1bn allowance for a planned subsea power transmission cable connecting two sides of the Moray Firth.