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The latest stories from the Technology section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 1 year 30 weeks ago
A security boss lifts the lid on two decades of battles with hackers
The latest Call of Duty breaks sales records for a videogame, grossing more than £490m in its first five days on sale.
A group of former Flash developers campaign to ditch the plug-in, but Adobe says the software still offers the best multimedia experience.
The BBC's Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones looks at how some people are getting unexpectedly large mobile data bills.
Four robots have set out from San Francisco on an epic 33,000 nautical mile journey across the Pacific Ocean.
A team of US-based engineers unveil a metallic micro-lattice which they claim is lighter than aerogels and strong for its size.
Norwegian energy and defence firms suffer the country's biggest ever wave of hacking attacks.
Some Facebook users' newsfeeds were unexpectedly flooded with graphic content, including images and videos showing pornography and violence. These and other tech news in Click's weekly bulletin.
Mobile phone operators are being told to do more to prevent customers facing steep bills for data usage on smartphones.
US legislators launch a probe into Chinese telecom firms including Huawei and ZTE amid growing concerns over cyber espionage.
Is West Africa's wait for the web finally over?
How tech helps traders work "at the speed of light"
A computer chip that mimics brain activity could help scientists advance research into artificial intelligence.
Associated Press reporters have been reprimanded for tweeting news rather than breaking it on the wires.
Geologists are trying to better understand how rare metals formed in Scotland amid rising global demand for the materials.
Samsung changes the look of its Galaxy 10.1 tablet after Apple convinced a court to block the devices in Germany.
The humble office water cooler bottle is being deployed in the latest military hardware to deal with hostage situations and terrorist threats. Watch video of how the Wall Breaker cannon can smash down walls.
Jamie Rosenberg, Google's digital content director, talks about the company's new Android-based online music store.
A £1m award to encourage technical innovation has been launched by Lord Browne, chairman of the Queen Elizabeth Prize Foundation, and endorsed by Prime Minister David Cameron.
Eight mobile phone apps have been chosen in a competition which attracted more than 850 entries, with the winners being congratulated by Prime Minister David Cameron at Downing Street.