20 October 2011
Last updated at 10:10 ET
UK websites should have protection from defamation cases if they remove anonymous postings if there is a complaint, MPs and peers say.
UK chip designer ARM has unveiled a new processor which should allow manufacturers to make cheaper smartphones.
A digital camera that allows photographers to focus their pictures after taking them is now on sale.
The launch of the first satellites for Galileo - Europe's version of GPS - is delayed because of an anomaly detected during the fuelling of their Soyuz rocket.
Mobile phone giant Nokia says it made a loss in the third quarter as it continued to come under pressure from other phonemakers.
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