Major news organisations in Slovakia erect a pay wall for online access
Researchers reveal how your phone tracks and stores your movements
Andrew Keen and Jeff Jarvis debate whether online sharing destroys personal privacy
A discussion of First Orbit, Chris Riley's film of Yuri Gagarin's space flight 50 years on
Researchers are using crowdsourcing to monitor radiation levels in Japan
UN Disaster 2.0 report on using technology in the aftermath of a disaster
Wireless monitoring of the Jindo Bridge
Special panel at SXSW Interactive Festival asks whether openness is killing creativity
A report on the internet black out in Libya
Microsoft's Craig Mundie outlines the Xbox future of Kinect
Do we really own our digital content and devices? A Digital Planet openness special
Rory Cellan-Jones reports from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
An international think tank tries to draw up the rules of engagement for cyber warfare
As Egypt's internet blackout continues, we look at openness and control in technology
What are the prospects of all-out cyber warfare? A new report assesses the risks.
Did social media bring about social change in Tunisia? Evgeny Morozov gives his view.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas showcasing new gadgets and tech trends
Where does technological innovation come from?
The best of 2010 in this special programme, including the film The Social Network
Do we reveal more about ourselves than we realise when we upload photos to the web?
The new Wikileaks splinter group, Open Leaks, and the latest developments in the story
Biz Stone, the co-founder of Twitter discusses how to keep over 170 million users happy
Colin Grant reports on how to make your own home with the push of a button on a 3D printer
Nokia raises the bar with its new N8 phone and throws down the gauntlet to its rivals.
Nicolas Roope launches a celebration of the Net's achievements in Internet Week Europe.
David Hockney pushes the boundaries of digital art, presenting fresh flowers on his iPad
Could digital technology provide more accurate data in estimating malaria deaths in India?
A report on the robotic snake helping cardiac surgeons in the operating theatre
Should we worry about corruption from the Stuxnet worm?
News of the website raising awareness about one billion hungry people around the world