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Bletchley Park given repair funds
World War II code-breaking centre Bletchley Park gets a £250,000 government grant for 'critical' repairs.
Why FarmVille is such a popular online game
Chinese mobile firm drops Google
China Unicom is to stop putting Google search services on phones that use the search giant's Android software
Meet the makers
Hackers gather for noise, speed and robotics
Police seek help from net cafes
BBC Asian Network finds police want to use internet cafes to spy on customers in the fight to help prevent terrorism.
Obama Twitter hack 'from France'
A Frenchman who police say hacked the Twitter accounts of US President Barack Obama and celebrities could face jail.
Egypt bans free mobile net calls
Egypt has banned mobile VoIP calls from operators such as Skype, according to reports.
UK games firms hail tax breaks
Tax relief for the UK gaming industry will create more jobs and stimulate innovation in the sector, experts say.
Darling pushes broadband for all
Super-fast internet access is given priority as chancellor Alistair Darling offers a broadband-friendly budget.
Islamic court 'bans Twitter feed'
A Sharia court in northern Nigeria bans a civil rights group from debating punishment amputations on the Twitter website.
Chinese web users leave Google
Comments on Chinese websites suggest some citizens are angry about Google's actions and support its competitor Baidu.
Look who's talking - Chatroulette raises the stakes
China slams Google censorship move
China attacks Google's decision to stop censoring search results as its long-running row with the US internet giant escalates.
Firefox releases security patch
Web browser maker Mozilla has brought forward the launch of version 3.6.2 of Firefox after security issues discovered.
Google users face new deal, same old frustrations
Microsoft Office becomes a game
Microsoft has turned to games to help users get to grips with all the features of its Office software.
Ofcom in faster broadband effort
Telecoms regulator Ofcom urges UK firms to speed up the roll-out of super-fast broadband.
Nintendo unveils 3D-enabled DS
The console maker is to offer gamers the chance to play 3D games without having to wear special glasses.
Google not guilty in Vuitton row
European court rules that Google did not violate the rights of Louis Vuitton and other French firms with its adword policy.
Historians gain own search engine
Searching for sources on British history should get easier as a "sophisticated Google" for historical databases is launched.