Yahoo will be offering five-minute video clips containing highlights of Barclays Premier League football matches from next season, after securing an exclusive deal.
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Google has launched a free app for Android-based mobile phones that offers users turn-by-turn voice and visual navigation.
More than a third of Brits (35 percent) think super-fast broadband services will encourage illegal downloading, says Moneysupermarket.
More than half of PCs purchased for use by under 15s in 2015 will have touchscreen, says <a href="http://www.gartner.com">Gartner</a>.
A third of Brits think using pirated software either at home or work is acceptable, says Microsoft.
Google has begun rolling-out changes to its privacy settings to all users of its Buzz social network.
Mobile phones should be fitted with porn filters to stop children accessing inappropriate content from their handsets, says Professor Tanya Byron.
Facebook has backtracked on plans to install a 'panic button' on the social network that would allow users to report abuse.
Illegal file-sharers will cost the European creative industries $A356bn (£215bn) by 2015, says Tera Consultants.
Microsoft has removed the cut and paste function from its forthcoming mobile phone OS, Windows Phone 7.
Security questions that allow web users to access online accounts if they forget their passwords can easily be answered by hackers willing to spend time surfing the web, say researchers at the University of Cambridge.
YouTube is rolling out automatic captions to millions of the clips hosted on the video-sharing site.
A legal firm which has accused a number of Brits of illegally file-sharing, is being investigated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
Tuesday May 4 has been named as this year's Day against Digital Rights Management (DRM) by the President of the Free Software Foundation.