19 December 2014
Automated translation is no longer the stuff of sci-fi fiction, since Skype launched a beta version of its Translator service.
Sony Pictures is distributing its film The Interview online, after a cyber-attack and a row over its release.
Internet services in North Korea continue to be unstable, with significant periods of downtime, according to reports.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba says it has spent more than $160m fighting fake goods on its websites over the last two years.
Apple rushes to fix new bugs with an automatic update for Mac computers around the world.
Sony Pictures Entertainment is threatening to sue Twitter if the company doesn't suspend accounts that are sharing hacked emails. Newsbeat
The yearly task of finding St. Nick heats up between Google and Microsoft
The agents fighting online jihadists
GPS brings the world to your front door
How tech can help you concentrate better
Tech Tent examines the case against North Korea
Can LEDs change the way we light up the world?
Botswana's plans to move away from a reliance on diamonds
Explore the neglected island where Father Christmas sought refuge
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