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Back to the future for Starcraft II and data genomes
'Rogue' internet firm shut down
A web firm that actively 'colluded' with many net criminal groups has been dismantled by US authorities.
Rivals line-up against Facebook
Google launches smart TV service
The search giant joins with Intel, Sony and Logitech to launch a TV service that unites broadcast and web content.
Adobe unveils Flash for mobiles
Google has become the first phone maker to back the latest version of Adobe's Flash software.
Pakistan blocks access to YouTube
Pakistan blocks YouTube, a day after barring access to Facebook in a row over drawings of the Prophet Muhammad.
Digital faux pas and when it's OK to talk to teddy
Europe offers big boost for net
The EU lays out its five-year plan to increase broadband speeds across Europe and ensure universal access by 2013.
Licence fee 'to fund broadband'
The government says it could use the licence fee to part-fund broadband roll-out, as it appoints a new broadband minister.
Artificial butterflies take to the air
In a bid to find out more about butterflies, researchers have created an artificial swallowtail, which can fly.
Pakistanis divided over government internet crackdown
The net is not just for the young
The net is not just for the young, says Bill Thompson
Smartphones take world by storm
Mobile phone sales rise 17%, as sales of smartphones have increased almost 50% year-on-year, the latest research shows.
Chipmakers fined for price-fixing
Nine electronics firms receive fines totalling 331m euros for illegally fixing the price of chips used in personal computers.
Facebook mulls U-turn on privacy
The social network suggests it could simplify its privacy settings soon, following widespread condemnation of its changes.
Yahoo aims to bolster local news
Web giant snaps up a local news specialist, aiming to create more content on subjects its users care about.
Flash creator adds to Apple row
The co-creator of technology widely used for web video says it still has a future, despite Apple's attempts to kill it off.
British internet use 'exploding'
Britons spend more than 22 hours online each month, 65% more time than they did three years ago, a survey suggests.
Google downplays privacy row
The search firm seeks to allay privacy fears after it revealed that it had been harvesting data from private wi-fi networks.
Hotmail makeover targets rivals
Microsoft is refreshing its e-mail service Hotmail in an attempt to give it an edge over rival offerings from Yahoo and Google.
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