12:36 UK time, Friday, 7 March 2014
Newsweek's claim to have tracked down the elusive founder of Bitcoin, has echoes of the "Hitler's diary" affair of the early 1980s.
Google has bought up much of Green Throttle Games, a firm that created gaming peripherals, for an undisclosed sum.
New York's financial regulator calls on firms to submit proposals to set up 'regulated' exchanges for digital currencies like Bitcoin.
A survivor of a serious motorbike accident has pioneering surgery to reconstruct his face using a series of 3D printed parts.
The Home Office says border checks are still a priority after an official reveals its key E-borders programme has been "terminated".
Lara Lewington finds out how a smartphone app could help to recreate the smells of cooking.
A business card fitted with a computer capable of playing a number of games including Tetris, plus other tech news.
How one man's 'boring' game became the unlikeliest of smash hits
Four lives transformed by www
Where the only rule is 'be cool'
Ultra-cheap microscope that can be printed on a sheet of paper
Microsoft's latest big budget game for PC and Xbox One is released globally this week.
What's the future for venture capital?
How big data could help feed the world
What communication worked best in the WW1 trenches?
Meet the New York model who dreams in code
Animals and electronic noses may soon transform medical diagnosis
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