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Glacier technology feels the heat
British technology designed to measure glaciers may hold the secret to predicting landslides, scientists believe.
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Tiny 'nuclear batteries' unveiled
A team of researchers in the US has demonstrated a tiny battery powered by the decay of radioactive isotopes.
Cuba bloggers test official limits
Cuba's dynamic emerging blogging community has recently been testing the limits of free expression in the Communist-run state.
Napster's cut-price relaunch
Napster relaunches its service, offering unlimited music streaming plus five MP3 downloads for a £5 monthly fee.
IBM 'in anti-competition probe'
IBM is being investigated by the US Department of Justice over allegations of anti-competitive behaviour, a trade body says.
Camera boosts RAF's Afghan crews
The RAF says a new specialised camera is giving its crews in Afghanistan a clearer picture of enemy forces.
The Eigen harp. Do you drum it, strum it or stroke it?
The BBC's Tim Masters tries out the Eigenharp - described by its developers as "simply the most expressive electronic musical instrument ever made".
Children draw a vision of 2020
Labour-saving devices, magic pens and chef robots are among designs for a project asking children to predict future
'Phishing' raids in US and Egypt
Police in the US and in Egypt arrest dozens of people accused of links to an alleged identity theft ring targeting US banks.
EU approves new Microsoft pledges
The European Union voices its approval for Microsoft's latest pledges to curb its anti-competitive practices.
Russia plans a new mission to the 'morning star'
Web mail scam propagates itself
The phishing scam that has affected thousands of web mail users is spreading, according to a security firm.
New Yorkers text hi-tech beavers
An experiment taking place in New York is allowing people to 'text' wildlife to find out the state of the city's rivers.
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Plastic card fraud falls by 23%
The amount of fraud being committed on plastic cards fell in the first half of the year, according to industry figures.
Amazon's Kindle to launch in UK
Amazon's popular e-book reader the Kindle is set to be released in 100 countries, including the UK, with 3G access.
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Blogger marks 10 year milestone
Blogger is ten but how relevant is blogging now?
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