15:55 UK time, Monday, 17 June 2013
The government and the internet companies are not talking the same language when it comes to discussing harmful internet content.
Huawei unveils the world's slimmest smartphone saying the handset will work "miracles" for its brand.
Sharp puts a record-sized TV on sale in Europe, but its 1080p resolution means owners will need a relatively large room to be able to watch it.
Yahoo is the latest firm to reveal the extent of US government snooping on its users following Prism leaks.
Ministers say agreements reached with internet firms will lead to a "fundamental change" in how images of child abuse are dealt with online.
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