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Iran's Supreme Leader has pardoned the pioneering Iranian-Canadian blogger Hossein Derakhshan after six years in prison, Iranian media report.
Internet users create a web app to edit the pages of a controversial Barbie book.
A charity is to give away 2,000 Talking Book audio computers to some of Ghana's poorest communities after securing funds from Unicef and ARM.
Costas Tsivicos, UK distributor of Foscam's webcams, explains how a Russian site came to show feeds from his firm's kit, and tells consumers how to protect themselves.
Apple plans to push the Beats music streaming service to every iPhone in the new year, according to a report in the Financial Times newspaper.
Sony Pictures drops a film based on the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, according to reports.
As a Russian website puts thousands of live video streams online, here's a guide to turning your favourite lyrics into a strong online password.
From fitness trackers to motion capture - the technology aiming to boost sporting performance.
The Information Commissioner Christopher Graham has warned people to change the preset passwords on their household webcams to stop potential snoopers.
Tech giant Yahoo will now replace market leader Google as the default search engine on Firefox's internet browsers in the US.
A new tablet branded with the Finnish firm's name creates a dilemma for Microsoft
China's global internet conference is part of a move towards playing a bigger role in influencing international cyberspace.
Amnesty International has released a program that can spot spying software used by governments to monitor activists and political opponents.
The way geckos climb has inspired a device that allowed a 70kg man to scale a glass wall like Spider-Man.
A decision to free up more spectrum for 4G means consumers can expect faster and cheaper data, says telecoms regulator Ofcom.
Early adopters of Android Lollipop are experiencing a range of issues, causing some users to complain their devices have become "unusable".
China opens its first world internet conference with a call for more controls on cyberspace, amid criticism of Beijing's web practices.
Twitter gets a powerful new search which lets you look back at a user's full history.
Faults with Microsoft's cloud computing platform Azure knock many third-party sites offline and restrict access to its own apps.