19 October 2011
Last updated at 12:10 ET
Security firm Symantec has seen evidence that the authors of the Stuxnet worm could be working on a follow-up.
Google has unveiled the latest version of its industry-leading Android smartphone software.
Future computers may have only one hardware component instead of multiple ones, allowing the device to rewire itself.
Radar technology that can detect moving objects behind solid walls has been developed by MIT researchers.
Apple reports 85% growth in full year profits but the shares still fall in after-hours trading.
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