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Can big data reveal the mood of the electorate?
Plans for a Doctor Who movie and George Clooney's email address are among the details posted on WikiLeaks, following last year's cyber-attack on Sony Pictures.
A camera powered by the light it uses to take pictures has been invented by American scientists.
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg defends the aims of his free Internet.org service after several Indian firms pull out of the project.
Schools in Los Angeles seek refunds from Apple and others over a $1.3bn (£870m) iPad-based education project that has gone awry.
The number of drivers given penalty points for using mobile phones at the wheel fell by 24% last year in England and Wales, police figures suggest.
Scientists are developing smartphone-connected waders that fly-fishing enthusiasts could wear to help them find their catch, but also to collect key data about water properties.
Kate Russell has a novel way to keep your appliance cables neat and tidy.
BBC Click's LJ Rich looks at some of the best of the week's technology news
Will Moore's Law last another 50 years?
The start-ups that want your electronic junk
Star Wars fans are given a first glimpse of Han Solo in the new trailer for The Force Awakens - the first film in the new series of the sci-fi franchise.
Wikileaks has published hundreds of thousands of emails and documents from a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment last year.
The social network has updated its community guidelines with details on nudity and abuse.
Why is Bing gaining on Google in the US?
The US Navy is developing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, that can be launched from a cannon and "swarm" in a co-ordinated attack.
BallotBots is all about the general election, except the leaders and voters are robots. Play the game on your mobile or your laptop. Warning: It's addictive.
A high-tech study to see whether underground freight deliveries could become reality in the UK is to be carried out in Northampton.
A group of Indian technology and internet firms pull out of Facebook's Internet.org initiative, fearing it threatens "net neutrality".