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Tokyo couple say their 'I dos' before robot in rooftop wedding
The world's first wedding to be conducted by a robot takes place in Japan.
Methodists launch app for iPhone
The Methodist Church becomes the first major denomination in Britain to launch its own iPhone application.
How Pilot ACE changed computing
How one of earliest computers changed technology
Hacker's lawyers lobby minister
The new home secretary is urged to overrule her predecessor's decision to allow the extradition of UK computer hacker Gary McKinnon.
Google admits wi-fi data blunder
Google admits its Street View cars have been wrongly gathering information from people's wi-fi activity for three years.
Creating a wheelchair that can go off-road
Dubai: a city of tech contrasts
How hi-tech and conservative values mix in Dubai
Quick tips for staying safe on Facebook
Men jailed for iTunes gifts scam
Five men from Rochdale are jailed for a scam in which iTunes music gift vouchers were used to launder money.
Web at work
If HTTP is a solo performance, XMPP is a stadium gig
48hr Magazine tests speed limits
As the newspaper industry feels the pinch online, three editors and writers turn to the web to produce a magzine in just 48 hours.
Fine for lax home wi-fi security
German citizens must make sure their home wi-fi connection is protected from hijackers, rules a German court.
Web revolution sweeps Whitehall
Whitehall's web wizards are working over time to knock sites into shape for their new political masters.
Facebook plays down crisis meeting
Sony v the USAF, Oprah v Gaga, Nelson v Napoleon
Mobiles banned in Cameron cabinet
David Cameron's top team are banned from having mobile phones and Blackberrys with them during cabinet meetings.
SAP buys smartphone software
German software giant SAP is buying California's Sybase for $5.8bn in a deal which boosts SAP in its battle with US rival Oracle.
BT expands 'super-fast network'
UK telecoms company BT says it will extend its super-fast fibre broadband rollout to nearly 70% of the UK by 2015.
Will the new government repeal law on file-sharing?
Crisis meeting called at Facebook over privacy