(BBC) One Laptop Per Child does a deal which it hopes will deliver machines to every primary school child in East Africa.
(BBC) Nineteenth century mathematician Ada Lovelace retains her crown as a role model for women.
(BBC) The dawning age of the agricultural automatons
(BBC) Icelandic MPs and whistle-blowing website Wikileaks put forward a proposal to turn Iceland into a "journalism haven".
(BBC) Web browser Opera has closed a loophole which allowed Chinese users to access sites banned by the government.
(BBC) A detailed, functional artificial human brain can be built within the next 10 years, a leading scientist says.
(BBC) A majority of tech workers in the public sector do not know about the emission reduction targets they face, says a survey.
(BBC) Internet traffic in Sweden falls by a third as the country's new anti-piracy law came into effect, reports suggest.
(BBC) A watchdog says a privacy law is needed to protect users' rights after Facebook was forced to do an about-turn.
(BBC) Three foundations announce a "mobile health" effort to use mobile technology to provide better healthcare worldwide.
(BBC) Software giant Microsoft warns that the economic downturn will lead to an increase in security breaches by insiders.
(BBC) A new Google tool allowing users to share their locations with friends raises concerns over rights to privacy.
(BBC) Google has unveiled an expansion to Google Earth that includes large swathes of the world's oceans.
(BBC) Every home should have access to broadband within three years, the government pledges.
A proposal to change the way online encyclopedia Wikipedia is edited has sparked a row among its many contributors.
(BBC) An encyclopaedia announces plans to let users and experts contribute to entries in the reference work.
(BBC) Two Google searches produce as much carbon dioxide as boiling a kettle, according to research by a Harvard University physicist.
(BBC) On Christmas Day, most of us pick up the phone and give our friends and family a seasonal greeting. But for people in remote locations, sending a festive message is not always an easy thing to do.
(BBC) Two studies show the first direct images of planets outside our solar system, including a three-planet system.
The internet needs a way to help people work out if they can trust what they read online, says the World Wide Web's creator.
(BBC) - Computer experts and historians celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of the birth of the first modern computer, known as Baby.
Professor Robert Langer, one of the most prolific inventors in medicine, wins the Millennium Technology Prize.