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Iraq govt launch on YouTube
The Iraq government follows in the footsteps of the Queen and the Pope to set up its own YouTube channel.
New share structure at Facebook
Social networking site Facebook creates a dual-class share structure to give its owners full control over the company.
Shops suspend smartphone
The Sony Ericsson Satio handset has been withdrawn from the shelves of two mobile retailers after problems are reported.
Norway opens osmosis plant
The world's first power project that generates energy by mixing fresh water with sea water opens in Norway.
Free and friendly
Why the future of gaming lies in social networking
Opera 'censors' Chinese content
Web browser Opera has closed a loophole which allowed Chinese users to access sites banned by the government.
Google to digitise Iraq artefacts
Google says 14,000 images of the precious artefacts kept in Iraq's National Museum will be available online early next year.
Europe votes on telecoms law
MEPs pass a bill that will strengthen net users' rights and make broadband universal across Europe.
Protests grow over digital bill
Petitions and protests are planned in the wake of government plans to tackle persistent pirates.
Beams collide in Big Bang machine
Engineers operating the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) have smashed together proton beams in the machine for the first time.
Design finalised for 1,000mph rocket car
The UK team aiming to smash its own land speed record by driving a car beyond 1,000mph settles on a final design for the vehicle.
Hacked climate e- mails and Freedom of Information
Games 'permit' virtual war crimes
Many war games allow players to commit what would be war crimes in the real world, finds a study.
Solar power lights up the world
Solar power technology comes of age.
iPhone worm is 'more serious'
A second worm which infects modified iPhones has been discovered by security company F-Secure.
Call to jam prison mobile signals
An independent inspector calls for mobile phone signals in prisons to be jammed to help prevent crime and drug dealing by inmates.
UK climate unit's e-mails hacked
The e-mail system of one of the world's leading climate research units has been breached by hackers.
Facebook acts on follower trade
Social networking site Facebook has threatened legal action against a site that sells friends and followers.
After the hype
Once it was huge, but what happened to Second Life?
YouTube gets automatic subtitles
Automatic captions for YouTube videos are to roll out across its channels, says parent company Google.