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Technology developed during World War Two is to be used as a back-up for GPS in ports across England and Scotland.
Can Apple design guru Jony Ive turn the smartwatch into a hit?
A look around a new lab at Pirbright Institute in Surrey, where the world’s most contagious livestock viruses will be kept.
The metal detectorists saving marriages
Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Warg could face a lengthy prison sentence after being found guilty of hacking into Danish computers.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has publicly acknowledged his sexuality, saying he wants to try to help people struggling with their identity.
An investigation begins after France's state-owned EDF power company says unidentified drones have flown over seven of its nuclear plants.
Two of the UK's mobile operators are turning on technology that boosts mobile speeds in a few UK cities.
Lenovo completes a $2.9bn takeover of Google's Motorola handset division, which it says makes it the third biggest smartphone maker.
A photograph of a mother breastfeeding her premature baby has gone viral after it was deleted by Facebook.
The director of China's internet regulator admits that some foreign websites cannot be visited but denies shutting them down.
Steph McGovern reports from the new Jaguar Land Rover Engine Manufacturing Centre in Wolverhampton where robots can construct an engine from its component parts in under a minute.
Has the market finally caught up with Samsung?
Independent developer Zoe Quinn tells the BBC about being at the centre of the "GamerGate" controversy.
Microsoft unveils a wearable device that can track a user's sleep and exercise as well connect to a fitness tracking service on smartphones.
Samsung Electronics sees its quarterly operating profit fall to its lowest level in more than three years because of slowing smartphone sales.
Jetpacks, driverless cars and solar roads
Games publishers must "stand-up and condemn" the movement referred to as "GamerGate", says a developer forced to leave her home due to threats.
London's Metropolitan Police test software designed to predict which gang members are most likely to commit violent crimes.