Scientists are attempting to make history with the first ever landing on a comet. At 9am the lander separated successfully from Rosetta.Read the full story ›
Elite was launched in the early 1980s and allowed players to fly a spaceship in a 3D universe and has ow had a 21st century makeover.Read the full story ›
A campaign to reboot one of the most popular computer games of all time has been successful.
Elite was originally launched in the early 1980s and allowed players to fly a spaceship in a three dimensional universe. It was designed by two Cambridge University students created the groundbreaking game
Now more than 20,000 people have backed a project by the original designers to reboot the game.
The game has been completely redesigned and rebranded as Elite:Dangerous.
Facebook has said requests by governments for user information rose by about a quarter in the first half of 2014 over the second half of last year.
In the first six months of 2014, governments around the world made 34,946 requests for data.
During the same time, the amount of content restricted because of local laws increased about 19%.
Three million pounds is being invested in revolutionary drug screening technology being developed in Norwich.
The funding has been secured by Intelligent Fingerprinting which hopes to have its new testing unit on the market next year.
It can detect drug use by analysing fingerprint sweat.
New electronic passport checks are being introduced at Stansted Airport.
The 15 new gates can check passports electronically using a chip in the passport itself.
They've been officially opened by Security and Immigration Minister James Brokenshire.
They're part of a £260m investment programme at the airport.
A judge has described the fake bomb detectors produced by a couple from Bedfordshire as "like something out of Alice in Wonderland".Read the full story ›
A man has been jailed for making bogus bomb detectors in his garden shed which he claimed could find missing Madeleine McCann.Read the full story ›
A man from Dunstable have been jailed for making bogus bomb detectors. Sam Tree, 68, has been given a three-and-a-half years sentence at London's Kingston Crown Court. His wife, Joan Tree, 62, was handed a two-year suspended prison sentence and ordered to carry out 300 hours of unpaid work in the community for her role in the scam.
A new workshop in Cambridge is encouraging more of us to think about fixing broken technology instead of throwing it away.Read the full story ›