The latest stories from the Technology section of the BBC News web site.
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iPhone factory raises pay again
A Taiwanese firm hit by a spate of suicides raises employee salaries in China for the second time in less than a week.
Australia orders probe of Google
Australia orders an investigation of Google for possible breach of privacy while taking pictures for its Street View service.
Bangladesh lifts Facebook block
Bangladesh unblocks Facebook after officials say the website agreed to remove caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.
An encounter with hi-tech botnet thieves
Why the Time Lord was tricky to put in a computer game
Mighty mobiles and why BitTorrent is back.
Building the Networked World
Open software, fast broadband and a narrower digital divide. Europe lays out its digital agenda.
Apple and Adobe lead web battle
The scrap over showing video on the web
Fifa game comes to Facebook
Fifa franchise chooses Facebook over consoles for its latest launch, available exclusively on the social network site.
Easyjet tests volcanic ash sensor
Budget airline Easyjet says it will be the first carrier to trial a system that allows planes to fly round ash clouds.
Google to hand over data
The search giant says it is close to resolving issues that prevented it from passing data it gathered to German authorities.
Murdoch's forgotten effort to pay for the net... by cheque
Inside the world of the professional video gamer
'Anti-Facebook' raises cash
Four students in New York raise more than $200,000 to build an open alternative to the popualr social network Facebook.
Facebook clickjack prank spreads
Hundreds of thousands of Facebook users have been caught out by a mischievous attack, says security experts.
Apple defends iPhone factory
Steve Jobs defends conditions at an electronics manufacturer producing Apple products, following a spate of suicides.
Dynamo power to recharge handsets
Finnish phone giant Nokia introduces a dynamo-powered charger aimed at mobile phone owners in the developing world.
Can kites meet the world's energy needs?