Tracks reporting of Japan 2011 earthquake and tsunami
Created by alicek on 07/04/2011
Last updated: 07/04/11 at 20:29
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Thousands of shops across the UK are getting ready for a nationwide roll-out of NFC technology in mobiles phones.
A technique that harnesses brain waves directly has been used to control a mouse pointer, heralding mind-controlled "apps" for the severely disabled.
One of the 1980s most popular computers is going on sale again, but with modern technology under the bonnet.
A ruling that Apple infringed patents owned by technology firm Mirror Worlds has been overturned.
Facebook, Google and eBay among a host of firms unhappy with France's plans to retain personal data.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed innovative ways to make the most of the technology.
A study reveals the best and worst places in the UK for 3G mobile broadband.
An elderly woman in Georgia is facing a prison sentence after reportedly causing internet services in neighbouring Armenia to crash.
Investors wanting to make a mint on the stock market should join Twitter, researchers find.
Marks and Spencer customers have been warned to expect an increase in spam e-mail after hackers stole their details.
Wikileaks has made companies look for new security threats
In a letter to the government ISPs warn that its plans for superfast broadband in rural areas may fail to get off the ground.
As analysts express concerns that social media companies are overvalued, David Grossman considers what chance there is of another dot com crash.
Texas Instruments agrees to pay $6.5bn (£4bn) for National Semiconductor in one of the microchip industry's biggest deals for years.
Search giant bids $900m for 6,000 patents from bankrupt Nortel to protect Chrome and Android.
Smartphones and social networking sites are increasingly being used to spread malicious software, according to a report.
If anyone ought to know how to use technology to reduce a business's running costs, then it will be a technology start-up company
What challenges confront Larry Page as he takes over at Google?
A machine that pioneered electronic music goes on display
Science Museum curator Dr Tim Boon talks about the importance of Daphne Oram's Oramics Machine to electronic music.
Scientists in Germany are developing a technology which can track every minute movement of football players and the ball so that performance can be analysed.
Hundreds of thousands of websites appear to have been compromised by a massive cyber attack.
Corporal Andrew Garthwaite demonstrates the special prosthetic arm he's had fitted after being injured by a rocket propelled grenade in Afghanistan.
Click's Marc Cieslak takes a look at the racing game Shift 2: Unleashed and the soon to be released detective title LA Noire from Rockstar.
Web reviewer Kate Russell looks at a range of tools and apps to help beat roaming charges when using your phone abroad.
Analysing web behaviour to keep consumers loyal
Recent hacking cases have raised doubts about secure connections
Minority Report-style advertising, capable of recognising individuals is on the way, according to a report.
Owners of games consoles are asking why, if they own their devices, are they not allowed to modify them.
Engineers at Warwick University have used Microsoft's Kinect to create a robot capable of finding earthquake survivors.
How the democracy of the web is influenced by governments and big business
Organisations are tracking millions of web searches in an attempt to predict global disease
How the remote village of Macha become a focus for Zambia's push into digital technology