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A new hackers festival comes to Milton Keynes
Jonty Wareing, one of the organisers of the inaugural Electromagnetic Field Festival, held at a campsite in Milton Keynes, gives a tour of the technology-themed festival.
Disability rights campaigners protest against Atos, the firm carrying out the government's "fit for work" assessments.
In the battle for jobs Londonderry is looking to the seemingly ever-expanding digital industries.
Haier and Tobii team up to show off Gaze TV, a television set which users control by staring at buttons on its screen.
FileSonic, a cyberlocker service that used to be one of the most popular sites for sharing pirated files, has stopped working.
Marc Cieslak takes a looks at the attachments enabling us to photograph everything at once.
Software giant Oracle has issued a patch for a loophole in its Java program that was being actively abused by cyber-thieves
Humans are being asked to help domestic robots recognise the multitude of objects found in the average home.