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Mini-camera captures Japanese solar sail cruising in orbit
A small free-floating camera returns images of Japan's solar sail, Ikaros, in flight.
Sony shows off PlayStation in 3D
The electronics firm lifts the lid on its forthcoming PlayStation releases, some of which feature 3D for the first time
Japan unfurls solar sail in space
Japanese scientists celebrate the successful deployment of their solar sail Ikaros.
Has Nintendo come up with another console winner?
Fading data could improve privacy
By making personal data 'fade' over time it could be possible to improve privacy online, according to new research.
Could a bomb seal off the Gulf of Mexico oil leak?
Digital graffiti, robot lights and Google's house hunt
Apple's donation policy, plus the future of typing
Microsoft slims down Xbox console
The firm launches a slimmer, more powerful Xbox 360 console ahead of the E3 video games convention in Los Angeles.
Worldwide release for Office 2010
The consumer launch of Microsoft's Office 2010 has seen the software go on sale around the world.
Wikipedia unlocks divisive pages
The online encyclopaedia says it has taken an "important step" towards opening up some of its most controversial articles.
Tighter security controls for net
Technology comes on stream to safeguard the web's address system and make it harder for criminals to create fake sites.
Red Hat man
Opening up software... and now books
Microsoft unveils Xbox 'Kinect'
Microsoft reveals details of its hands-free motion control system for the Xbox 360 console, which it has rebranded Kinect.
A solar powered bulb, and how NOT to get an iPad
This Christmas, will gamers Kinect or Move?
ITV HD viewers miss England goal
ITV apologises to its HD channel viewers after a "transmission problem" caused them to miss England's first World Cup goal.
Fraud by AI and a virtual festival in Middle Earth.
Mamma Mia! It's the voice of Mario, Luigi and Wario
Charles Martinet provides the voices for some of Nintendo's best loved characters, including Mario, Luigi, and Wario.
Why humans can be bad at spotting big changes