18,777 captures
28 Feb 2003 - 11 Jun 2021
About this capture
22 March 2011 Last updated at 14:12 ET
Apple sues Amazon over 'Appstore'
As Amazon launches a store for Android applications, Apple is suing the retailer over its use of the name 'Appstore'.
Amazon readies Android app storeMicrosoft opposes Apple trademark
Play.com warns of security breach
Online retailer Play.com has warned customers via e-mail that some of their personal data may have been compromised.
Play.com hit by ordering glitch
Six arrested over UK banking scam
Quantum computing takes big leap
A best-in-class demonstration of a quantum computing device shows that, after years of development, real quantum computers may be on the horizon.
Limits of quantum world stretchedQuantum computer slips onto chips
Ofcom begins 4G phone countdown
The telecoms regulator launches a consultation on how best to sell off the rights to 4G mobile wireless networks.
Young should help older net users
Less than half of UK over-55s are using the internet, a survey suggests.
China rejects Google allegations
Academics to 'embrace Wikipedia'
Sex domain given final approval
Fine for Google over Street View
Crowd-sourcing aids Japan crisis
Barnes & Noble sued by Microsoft
AT&T and T-Mobile in $39bn deal
Costs rise on data breach fallout
Also in the News
Facebook twice as popular as porn
'Worst song ever' gets 29m views
Expert Views
dot.Rory - Technology revealed
My top tweets
Rory celebrates Twitter's fifth birthday
New news
Elite squad
dot. Maggie - Silicon Valley view
Taking the helm
What are Apple's succession plans?
Predicting Stuxnet
Is it curtains for Windows?
Special Reports
The Technology of Business
How technology is changing the corporate world
More Special Reports:
Connected Africa
Broadband Britain
More from Technology
Do you own the gadgets you buy?
Owners of games consoles are asking why, if they own their devices, are they not allowed to modify them.
Is the net closing on web freedom?
Zambia pushes for connected future
Digital Planet
Minority Report ads 'next year'
Minority Report-style advertising, capable of recognising individuals is on the way, according to a report.
Earthquake rescue with Kinect bot
Web surveys map global disease
The World after Wikileaks
'This is democracy's Napster moment', says regular commentator Bill Thompson
The birth of a UK tech giant
The rights and wrongs of digital books
Tech Know
No place like foam
The American sculptor making polystyrene masterpieces
The sport of fast-fingered geeks
Cosplay: From screen to stage
Businesses turn to the tablet PC
Twitter 'could go the way of the dodo'
What makes TV difficult to hear?
Features & Analysis
dot.Rory: Next generation
4G mobile is coming, but not before the battle for spectrum
Five live
A look at the last five years of Twitter and what is to come
Take the tablets
How touchscreen devices are changing the workplace
Meet the chip punks
The bands turning 1980s games consoles into musical instruments
Musical sweet spot
Rocket professor looks to exploit 3D sound
High rise
How to get a business ready for cloud computing
Elsewhere on the BBC
Cliff-top castles
BBC Travel visits Luxembourg, Europe's last remaining Grand Duchy
Most Popular
From Technology in the last week
Crowd-sourcing aids Japan crisis
ISPs defend plan for two-tier net
ISPs defend plan for two-tier net
Hackers tackle secure ID tokens
Heavy Rain reigns at games Baftas
Digital Planet
Wireless monitoring of the Jindo Bridge
News feeds
E-mail news
About BBC News
Editors' blog
BBC College of Journalism
News sources
World Service Trust
About the BBC
BBC Help
Contact Us
Accessibility Help
Terms of Use
Privacy & Cookies
Advertise With Us
BBC © MMXI The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read more.
HomeUS & CanadaLatin AmericaUKAfricaAsia-PacEuropeMid-EastSouth AsiaBusinessHealthSci/EnvironmentTechEntertainmentVideo