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Tablet computers are stealing the show at Asia's largest computer fair, Computex.
The advertising industry is pinning great hopes on augmented reality technology.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs will announce details of iCloud, the Californian company's new cloud computing offering.
Tweetdeck has been downloaded by 20 million Twitter users. The application's inventor, Iain Dodsworth, has just sold the rights to the software for 25 million. He explains his decision.
Cyber warfare will be put on an equal footing with conventional conflicts, the MoD has said.
Google has begun tracking instances of dengue fever in key areas of the world by analysing search terms.
The first person in Scotland to be convicted of illegally sharing music files online is sentenced to three years probation.
How Twitter is proving the web isn't beyond the law
How technology is giving outdoor advertising a new glow
Hackers have posted a fake story about dead rapper Tupac Shakur being alive on to the website of US public broadcaster PBS.
Tablets will dominate the Computex computing show in Taipei, Taiwan, as manufacturers battle for a slice of Apple's market share.
US defence contractor Lockheed Martin says it has thwarted a significant cyber-attack.
A UK council says Twitter has released information after it acted in a US court to identify a blogger behind allegedly libellous statements.
A pictorial look at exactly how instruments shake, rattle and roll
Marc Cieslak looks at three of the latest video game releases.