The latest stories from the Technology section of the BBC News web site.
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How intelligence agencies hack mobile phones
Security experts give a live demonstration of mobile phone spyware
Sir James Dyson offers the business advice he wishes he had when he started out, as part of the BBC News series, CEO Secrets.
Nikki Fox looks at how 3D printing could potentially revolutionise the lives of disabled people.
Germany's justice minister sacks the country's top prosecutor, who had accused the government of interfering with a treason investigation.
A second UK museum has started using virtual reality to give visitors a new view of its collection.
In a world first, the US Food and Drug Administration has given go-ahead for a 3D printed pill to go into production.
The sequel to the hit game is free to download but in-app purchases are making some gamers angry.
Hackers are exploiting a serious flaw in the internet's architecture, according to a security firm.
BBC Click's Kate Russell looks at some of the best tools and sites for editing photos of space
San Fran's pee wall makes a splash
Is your digital doppelganger stealing from you and others?
Germany's attorney general has confirmed that a treason probe into a political website has been momentarily paused.
From the £24,000 Vertu Red Gold Black DLC to the £50 Rook, the 2015 smartphone market seemingly has a device to suit every wallet.
National security concerns have led China to restrict exports of high-performance drones and supercomputers.
German vehicle manufacturers Audi, BMW and Daimler are buying Nokia's Here digital mapping business for 2.8bn euros (£2bn).
The US Food and Drug Administration is 'strongly encouraging' hospitals not to use a drug pump system made by a leading medical supplier.
India has blocked free access to 857 porn sites in what it says is a move to prevent children from accessing them.
A round-up of interesting technology-related links you may have missed over the past weekend.