BBC Technology News

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  • FBI probes 'Cloud' celebrity leaks
  • The FBI looks into allegations that the online accounts of celebrities have been hacked, leading to intimate pictures being posted online.   More
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  • Google 'discourages' old browser use
  • Google has started showing old versions of its search page to people using out-of-date versions of web browsers.   More
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  • Samsung phones to get Nokia maps
  • Samsung has signed a deal with Nokia to use its Here mapping service on its smartphones and the Gear S smartwatch.   More
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  • BBC begins push to help kids code
  • The BBC unveils plans to support England's computer coding curriculum with a new section of its Bitesize learning site and tech-themed TV shows.   More
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  • Iran clerics 'must accept internet'
  • Iranian President Hassan Rouhani urges Iran's clerics to be more tolerant of the internet and new technologies after recent criticism from hardliners.   More
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  • Pupils begin 'tough' new curriculum
  • Teaching of a "tough" new national curriculum including computer coding classes begins in England.   More
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  • MSN Messenger to end after 15 years
  • Microsoft's MSN Messenger will be switched off in China in October, bringing a final end to the 15-year-old service.   More
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  • 2.6m historical pictures put online
  • An academic is posting millions of historical photos and illustrations to Flickr where they can be searched and copied without charge.   More
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  • Top school's lessons free on iTunes
  • A leading independent school is making dozens of its courses available free online, so lessons can be downloaded by pupils or teachers at other schools.   More
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  • Google trials drone deliveries
  • Google reveals it has built and tested its own drones as part of a plan to make automated deliveries to remote homes as well as disaster-hit zones.   More
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  • Robot printer 'comes to your desk'
  • Fuji Xerox develops robotic printer that can move around a lounge or office to bring documents to the person who printed them.   More
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  • Man guilty of Salmond Twitter abuse
  • A man has been convicted of behaving in a threatening or abusive manner towards First Minister Alex Salmond on Twitter.   More
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  • Low-key GCHQ protest under way
  • A low-key protest by online activists has started outside the UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).   More
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  • 'Fashionable' smartwatches announced
  • South Korean tech firms LG and Samsung have announced more smartwatches, ahead of a widely anticipated entry to the sector from Apple.   More
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  • Police seize video gamer live on cam
  • Armed police dramatically raid the office of a video gamer near Denver, US - and the incident was broadcast live online.   More
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  • FBI probes JP Morgan 'cyber-attack'
  • The FBI says it is investigating reports in the US media of recent cyber-attacks against several US banks.   More
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  • Ecuador to bring in digital currency
  • Ecuador says it will introduce the world's first digital currency issued by a central bank and it will go into circulation in December.   More
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  • Bionic pancreas: A new dawn for diabetics?
  • A teenager tells how a bionic pancreas transformed his summer.   More
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  • VIDEO: The 'house of hacking horrors'
  • A suburban house has been transformed to help specialists find security flaws in smart devices and stop hackers taking control.   More
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  • VIDEO: Blass: 'My leaks give phones a buzz'
  • One of the world's top technology leakers explains how he gathers his secrets.   More
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  • VIDEO: The most future-proof profession?
  • BBC News talks to Ian Lowe, a blacksmith who teaches other people an ancient art he believes to be future-proof.   More
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  • VIDEO: FBI to investigate celebrity hacking
  • The FBI are investigating after many famous women have had their nude photographs posted online anonymously after being hacked.   More
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  • VIDEO: Eat, sleep, code: Ten-year-old's routine
  • Max started writing code when he was six. He told BBC News why he thought more children being taught how to program in schools was a good idea.   More
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  • VIDEO: Turning internet radio into art
  • LJ Rich looks at how one artist is using computer code to turn internet radio from across the globe into a unique piece of music.   More
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  • VIDEO: Chip and pin security fears revealed
  • Could chip and pin technology be open to a new type of "skimming" fraud which is being used to steal people's cash?   More
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  • VIDEO: Tech review: This week's headlines
  • A camera harness for dogs from GoPro, plus other tech news.   More
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  • VIDEO: Twitter's map of Mid-East conflict
  • How people are reacting across social media in the Gaza-Israeli conflict.   More
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  • VIDEO: 'White space' internet developed
  • David Grossman reports from the Isle of Wight, on the "white space" which could help remote areas access fast broadband.   More
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  • Can geeks rescue science education?
  • Would you take your kids to a geek festival?   More
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  • Windows XP: Your upgrade experiences
  • Readers share their experiences of replacing their operating system   More
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  • Hi-tech cars pose security risk
  • Researchers worry new cars could be vulnerable to hackers   More
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  • A computing revolution in schools
  • The challenge of introducing England's new coding curriculum   More
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  • VIDEO: Tech search for 'perfect dance track'
  • The quest to find the perfect party anthem.   More
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  • Has the humble password had its day?
  • What new techs can reliably establish our identities?   More