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Dell admits to a second security problem that researchers say could expose users' data to hackers
An 18-year-old who became the fifth person to be arrested in connection with an alleged data theft from TalkTalk last month is released on bail.
Beijing plays host to the World Robot Conference
Drones could provide a cheaper alternative to mapping large areas of land
Drones and "smart" drum lines will be deployed to protect swimmers on New South Wales' north coast from shark attacks, the state government says.
Meet the RSPB's 'gadget man' who builds devices to help conservation scientists gather data.
How Malawi is tackling climate change with the help of a wood-fired cookstove that generates electricity.
A 3D-printed model of the blood vessels inside a woman's brain has helped surgeons practise life-saving surgery.
Dell acknowledges it unintentionally installed software on its computers that produced a security vulnerability.
A judgement which ordered Facebook to remove cookies in Belgium or face fines is held up while court documents are translated.
The Amazon.com entrepreneur Jeff Bezos flies his New Shepard spaceship again, and this time proclaims a complete success.
Encryption is essential to "safety and security", say technology industry giants.
Testing the vibrating, virtual reality skateboard simulator
The Trident nuclear weapons system could be rendered obsolete by cyber attacks unless weak spots are protected, former Defence Secretary Des Browne warns.
Panorama shows in graphic detail how Volkswagen cheats European tests.
The difficulties of taming children's computer habits
How data is shining a light on global property markets
How phone apps could change the way we consult doctors
Students in Dundee design a handbag that tells you not to spend money when a bank card is removed from an inside pocket.