The latest stories from the Technology section of the BBC News web site.
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Developer Lucas Pope explains how he created the award-winning game Papers, Please.
Meet the brains behind Windows Phone's Cortana
A woman pioneer in the digital space talks about using technology to create acting opportunities that wouldn't otherwise exist.
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Google is refunding people who bought a fake anti-virus app through its Google Play store.
The East Yorkshire aircraft factory which used to make Hawk trainer jets is now developing high technology projects.
The founder of Russian social network VKontakte says he has been fired and that his site has been taken over by allies of President Putin.
Scientists have outlined how they managed to make the wonder material graphene using a kitchen blender.
Hitachi says it will install a lift capable of reaching speeds of 72km/h (45mph) into a skyscraper in Guangzhou, southern China.
Airbnb, the website that lets people rent their homes to holidaymakers, is to appear at the Supreme Court in New York.
Chief operating officer of Facebook Sheryl Sandberg has been speaking to business executives from the UK and Ireland in Dublin.
Facebook's highest-ranked woman says women need to take action to create a more equal world.
A restaurant in China has started serving food that's been prepared by robots.
Autistic people have historically struggled to find and keep jobs, but with as many as one in 68 American children being diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. The Specialists Guild, a non-profit group in San Francisco, is working to prepare people with autism for jobs in the technology industry.
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Internet streaming video service Netflix reports profits of $53m during the first quarter, and says it will soon increase subscription prices.
Online social media is being misused to insult, intimidate and smear staff in schools, says a teachers' union.