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World Wide Web founder wants human rights to be applied.
Motorbike crash victim receives pioneering treatment to fix facial damage.
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Social network service Twitter blames software glitch for second crash in nine days.
Derivatives regulator looks at whether electronic currencies such as bitcoin need to be regulated.
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HP goes RISC hunting with the first Xeon E7 v2 server to market.
Andy Archibald admits lack of programmers could hamper cyber crime investigations.
Prime Minister talks up development of ultra-fast mobile broadband.
Steve Cassidy braves the tech jungle that is CeBIT to hear the security guru give some sage advice.
The update most notably speeds up the iPhone 4 when using Apple’s newest operating system.
Almost 100,000 protected accounts had their private tweets sent to non-approved Twitter users for four months
Investors asked to follow suit.
Dell takes the fight to Apple with its latest premium laptop. Can the XPS 15 defeat the MacBook Pro?
Former contracter defends position via videolink to SXSW.
Sundar Pichai hints at world of interconnected Android devices.
Mystery surrounding Bitcoin exchange's demise deepens with allegations of financial deception.
European Internet of Things fund also announced.
Abortion service blasted over poor data handling in wake of £200,000 data breach fine from the ICO.
The perils of using public Wi-Fi spots are growing as hackers use simple methods to steal sensitive data.
Workers protest terms of Lenovo takeover.
Telecoms overseer wants to open up industry.
Roll up, roll up see the amazing folding computer!
It's all about Apple in this week's web comments round-up, with its connected car plans and market share figur
Clear understanding of personal data use policies needed, claim groups.
Transport Scotland invests £863,000 on wireless infrastructure at stations.
Silverlight and Windows vulnerabilities will also be addressed.
Businesses and the economy stand to gain by attracting and retaining more female IT workers, EC Commissioner has said.
Browser maker anger as Dell charges £16 to pre-install its software.
With the release date scheduled for later this year, Kyle Nazario wonders if the world is really ready for Google Glass.
PayPal managers insist eBay and PayPal 'better together'.
IDC predicts less than 20 per cent expansion.
Humanoid robots present new security problems, it is claimed.
Ernst & Young IT security expert urges firms to consider BYOD as a way off Windows XP.
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