22 March 2011
Last updated at 14:12 ET
As Amazon launches a store for Android applications, Apple is suing the retailer over its use of the name 'Appstore'.
Online retailer Play.com has warned customers via e-mail that some of their personal data may have been compromised.
A best-in-class demonstration of a quantum computing device shows that, after years of development, real quantum computers may be on the horizon.
The telecoms regulator launches a consultation on how best to sell off the rights to 4G mobile wireless networks.
Less than half of UK over-55s are using the internet, a survey suggests.
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