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'Oil disaster', 'oil spill': BP cleans up in search terms
Chips and pixels
Old-school games inspire new artists and musicians
Laser tech could sense explosives
A team of UK scientists say they have developed laser technology that could be used to detect landmines and hidden bombs.
The end of the web and speed ticket revenge
Hacker explains why he revealed 'Wikileaks source'
Apple shows off iPhone update
Apple boss Steve Jobs unveils a redesign of the firm's popular iPhone handset at an event in San Francisco.
China defends net censorship
Officials explain why the authorities censor the internet in a white paper outlining China's policies governing the web.
iPhone 4: Apple tries to put genie back in the bottle
Inmarsat grabs engineering prize
The UK's top engineering prize - the MacRobert award - is awarded to Inmarsat for its global broadband satellite network.
Adobe acknowledges critical flaw
Adobe is rushing to fix a bug in its popular programs that, if exploited, could hand control of a computer to hackers.
US intelligence analyst arrested
A US military analyst is arrested on suspicion of leaking combat video and thousands of classified documents.
Yahoo unveils deal with Facebook
Social giants Yahoo and Facebook sign a deal that will see them share more information across their sites.
Bletchley Park texts to go online
Millions of documents stored at the World War II code-breaking centre, Bletchley Park, are set to be digitised and made available online.
Smart clothes offer emotional aid
Textiles that monitor stress levels and take action to calm their wearers have been developed by researchers.
As mobiles get more features can networks cope?
Google beware: The librarians are getting cross
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