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Apple, the biggest US company by market value, will be included in the Dow Jones Industrial Average from 19 March.
The inventor of the wind-up radio, Trevor Baylis, says being appointed CBE by the Queen was "like catching up with an old mate".
Microsoft issues a security warning about a bug that could let attackers spy on supposedly secure communications.
The UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) has mounted a "strike week" against suspected hackers resulting in 56 arrests.
Amazon, the US online retail giant, has opened another shop on rival Alibaba's Tmall marketplace in China.
BBC Click looks at some of the week's technology highlights
There are approximately 46,000 Twitter accounts operating on behalf of Islamic State, a new US study claims.
The government needs to work out how driverless cars will be introduced onto UK roads, an influential group of MPs has said.
Banks beware: the newcomers are muscling in
Camfind is an app which lets users take snaps of physical objects and find out more about them.
A toilet that could revolutionise sanitation facilities in refugee camps has been developed by a group of researchers at the University of the West of England.
App to help visually impaired young people on the London Tube
Hotel chain Mandarin Oriental has confirmed that credit card data has been stolen in a hack attack on the company's network.
A conman threatened to kill a man who challenged him about the fake tech support scam he was involved with, reports CBC.
MEPs will consider proposals that would maintain data roaming charges and introduce priority internet access for some specialist services.
An American has been arrested in the United Arab Emirates for comments he posted on Facebook while in the US.
The latest in robotics including software which can design electronics to solve problems
The House of Lords EU Committee calls for a drone register to be set up which owners of unmanned aircraft would have to join.