12 December 2011
Last updated at 10:56 ET
An update allows video to be streamed to Apple devices over 3G mobile networks. Analysts say the move may put infrastructure under strain.
Skyrim wins top prize in the Spike Video Game Awards, but PlayStation users complain of a bug that makes the title unplayable for some.
Targeted cyber-attacks on the oil industry could have fatal consequences, warns Shell.
The world's largest maker of computer chips, Intel, says it will miss revenue forecasts because of a shortage of hard disk drives.
A new laser that could be used against rioters is going to be trialled by an unnamed UK police force. NEWSBEAT
Webcams and a new music system are being installed in a Staffordshire crematorium to allow people to watch funerals online.
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