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Most of the UK missing out on HD
Despite a majority of UK households having HD televisions, very few people are actually watching content in full HD.
The power of now
Working out what the real-time web can do
Decision delayed on Meteosat team
The choice of a team to build the next generation of weather satellites - or Meteosats - for Europe is delayed.
Hacker to appeal over extradition
Lawyers for hacker Gary McKinnon lodge papers for a fresh High Court challenge to stop him being sent for trial in the US.
Tesco announces its iPhone plans
Tesco Mobile has announced it will offer iPhones in the UK from 14 December, with monthly tariffs starting at £20.
'Cooling-off' for mobile phones? Not on the High Street
Facebook faces privacy criticism
Around Denmark's first zero-CO2 house
Images from the darkest reaches of the Universe
Hate your old computer? So does the taxman, and it's costing him
The taxman's ability to collect debts is being undermined by outdated computer systems, according to a committee of MPs.
Facebook enhances privacy control
Social network Facebook is allowing users to control who sees each piece of content they post on the site.
Darling rolls out broadband tax
The Chancellor has given details of the broadband tax as he delivers his pre-Budget report to Parliament.
AOL Time Warner completes split
Media firm Time Warner and AOL formally split into two companies, almost 10 years after their much-lauded merger.
New TV set has built-in internet
People will be able to access internet TV services including YouTube and BBC iPlayer on a new set launched today.
Why the media tie-up of the decade didn't work
Postcode data to be free in 2010
The UK government is planning to give anyone free access to postcode data as part of its plan to make services smarter.
Future of iTunes
Apple boss says iTunes still needs to fight filesharers
Battery made of paper charges up
Batteries made from plain copier paper could make energy storage simpler, lighter and cheaper, according to researchers.
Measures target child web safety
Primary schoolchildren in England will soon be taught about staying safe online, as part of a new government strategy.
Science goes back to basics on AI
Smart companions for dementia sufferers could results from a US research project re-visiting the basics of AI.