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Batman, Babyberry and the return of the AC/DC debate
Porn ban mulled by South Africa
A South African government official proposes a complete ban on pornography across the internet, mobiles and television.
Crowds gather for UK iPad launch
Hundreds of people gather at Apple's flagship London store as the company's high-profile iPad goes on sale around the world.
Google miss wi-fi data deadline
Google has refused to hand over sensitive wi-fi data it says it collected accidentally, despite requests from German authorities.
'Sat nav' for brain surgery hope
The Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh launches a drive to buy equipment dubbed the "sat nav" of brain surgery.
How mobile phone banking is closing the poverty gap
Facebook changes are 'not enough'
Privacy experts say the social network's newly introduced simplified settings are a good start but more is still needed.
Scientist 'infected by PC virus'
A British scientist who has implanted a chip under his skin claims to be the first man to become infected with a PC virus.
Apple now bigger than Microsoft
The latest share price changes have pushed the total value of Apple past its rival Microsoft for the first time since 1989.
Porn shame, game dreams and the cars of Doom
Spycams aim to thwart terrorists
Defence scientists at Porton Down test new sensor technologies which may help to disrupt terrorist activities.
Loving the card
Why some people will miss the ID card when it is gone
ID card scheme 'axed in 100 days'
The ID card scheme will be scrapped by September with existing cards no longer valid, the home secretary announces.
Pakistan eases curbs on YouTube
Pakistan partially unblocks the YouTube website, but about 500 links to "blasphemous content" remain barred, officials say.
Facebook reveals privacy changes
Social network Facebook says it will offer a "one simple control" privacy setting in response to user concerns.
Old mobiles 'could be worth cash'
Some 85 million mobile phones have been discarded rather than traded in for cash, a UK consumer group says.
Google faces German deadline
Google has not yet handed over sensitive wi-fi data it collected, despite being requested by German authorities by 26 May.
Big Irish crackdown on net piracy
Eircom customers who illegally dowload content could be cut off from the net permanently as the ISP begins its piracy crackdown.
Chip errors boost PC power
Silicon chips that are allowed to make mistakes could help ensure computers continue to get more powerful, say researchers.
Facebook confirms privacy revamp
The social network confirms that it will roll out simpler privacy settings in response to complaints from users.