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Cash to get next million online
The UK government wants to get another one million UK citizens online by 2012 and is offering £30m to help make it happen.
Bill Thompson on 10 years since the Millennium bug
Roll-out for Branson spaceliner
Sir Richard Branson shows off the rocket plane he will use to take fare-paying passengers into space.
Google launches real-time search
Google search results will now display information from news organisations, blogs and Twitter as soon as it is published.
Online retailers 'extremely busy'
Amazon says business has been "extremely busy" on the day when online retailers are expected to take record sales.
Geological maps released online
The British Geological Survey's new OpenGeoscience portal allows anyone to study the rocks lying under their feet.
Software models aid genetic study
Computer models of the workings of genes are helping unpick the process of aging and how toxins poison the body.
NHS IT system to be scaled back
The government is to scale back a new multi-billion pound NHS IT system in what the Conservatives are calling a "massive U-turn".
US balloon hunt tests internet accuracy
US defence experts launch 10 red balloons across the country to assess the accuracy with which information spreads on the internet.
How to avoid online fraud on 'Cyber Monday'
Electric cars are starting to take off in Japan
Groove Armada to play PS3 gig
Users will be able to see a video of the group's new album Black Light inside Home, the virtual world for PS3.
The iPhone orchestra is ready for its debut
Smartphone symphony: a group of US students have built music applications and written scores for their iPhones.
Bing search site suffers outage
Microsoft has apologised for a brief outage which saw its search site Bing disappear from the internet.
The gaming worlds the industry wishes didn't exist
Grid helps tune tiny transistors
A vast network of thousands of computers is being harnessed to design the building-blocks for future silicon chips.
Mobiles 'not causing brain risk'
There has been no substantial change in the number of adult brain tumours since mobile phone usage sharply increased in the mid-1990s, Danish scientists say.
Pompeii joins Google Street View
Google adds Pompeii to its Street View service, allowing internet users to take a virtual tour of the ancient Roman city.
Google to offer property service
Google has discussed plans to add property for sale to its online mapping service, expected to launch next year.
World Cup to be shot in 3D
The 2010 World Cup in South Africa will be filmed in 3D for the first time, football's governing body Fifa announces.