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VIDEO: How to broadcast a torch relay

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Covering a continuously moving object is no easy task and involves some new broadcasting ideas, as technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones has been finding out....
VIDEO: How to broadcast a torch relay
Suddenly getting notifications from old Facebook Groups? It's a glitch, and the company is investigating

Marissa Mayer Proves 'Superhuman' Millionaires Really Can Have It All

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Ms. Mayer (Photo: Google+) When the news broke yesterday afternoon that Marissa Mayer would be taking over as Yahoo’s CEO, one detail was left out until long after market hours: Close to midnight last night, Fortune reported that Ms. Mayer will be starting her new job today six-months pregnant. As...
Marissa Mayer Proves 'Superhuman' Millionaires Really Can Have It All

Breaking News Rules

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But when it comes to the verdict, surely the reporter should rush to the live microphone or camera first – even if that means being beaten by a rival tweeter? – BBC technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones on the BBC’s new guidelines that prohibit its reporters from breaking news on Twitter...
Breaking News Rules

AUDIO: Are we all at risk of cyber-attack?

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Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones looks at the security of the internet, the risks of cyber attacks, and how a technology writer had his accounts hacked....
AUDIO: Are we all at risk of cyber-attack?

VIDEO: How to avoid web game extra charges

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The BBC's Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones explains some of the things you can do to prevent charges from web and phone games....
VIDEO: How to avoid web game extra charges

VIDEO: Could you go web free for a day?

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BBC Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones goes a day without access to the web to see if it makes him connect with people more....
VIDEO: Could you go web free for a day?

The 16GB black iPad mini joins every white SKU in selling out its pre-order stock

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Four out to the six available iPad mini SKUs are sold out on the Apple online store, having their shipping date pushed back several weeks. It appears that today the 16 gigabyte, black-color iPad mini sold through the last of its initial batch of pre-order stock. It is a standard...
The 16GB black iPad mini joins every white SKU in selling out its pre-order stock

VIDEO: 2012: 'Year of the touch screen'

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Consumers have much more choice when it comes to tablets, smart phones and e-readers, than they did at this time last year, says the BBC's technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones....
VIDEO: 2012: 'Year of the touch screen'

John Oliver of The Daily Show to host 2012 Crunchies

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Veteran technology correspondent — I mean, hilarious Daily Show comedian John Oliver — has been tapped to host the 2012 Crunchies later this month in San Francisco. Oliver, also known for his standup work in addition to his long-running stint on The Daily Show as a wacky political correspondent, will...
John Oliver of The Daily Show to host 2012 Crunchies

Jeff Bezos Reveals Amazon Makes No Dough On Its Hardware

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Jeff Bezos, in the U.K. to launch the Kindle Paperwhite and Amazon's Lending Library service, has told the BBC that his firm makes no money on its Kindles. "We make money from when people use our devices, not when people buy our devices," he told technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones. "That...
Jeff Bezos Reveals Amazon Makes No Dough On Its Hardware

VIDEO: Facebook reveals 'new information'

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BBC Technology Correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones discusses what the public has learned about Facebook as a result of the company's decision to sell shares....
VIDEO: Facebook reveals 'new information'
Medium Acquires Matter As Long-Form Journalism Site Joins Evan Williams Startup

Channel 4 News tech correspondent to leave to 'make millions'

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Benjamin Cohen to return to technology startup world after joining ITN-produced news programme in 2006Benjamin Cohen, the Channel 4 News technology correspondent, has left the programme after six years to return to the technology startup world with a new internet company.Cohen joined the ITN-produced news programme in 2006 as its...
Channel 4 News tech correspondent to leave to 'make millions'

Why buy an iPhone 5? Because you're caught in Apple's world | Benjamin Cohen

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The iPhone 5 is far from revolutionary, but millions of people have realised they're now committed to Apple's ecosystemA few days after I left my job as the technology correspondent for Channel 4 News, I spent time advising a major mobile phone manufacturer. The collection of marketing executives I sat...
Why buy an iPhone 5? Because you're caught in Apple's world | Benjamin Cohen

VIDEO: Hands on with Facebook search

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The BBC's technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones tries out Facebook's new search engine, called graph search....
VIDEO: Hands on with Facebook search

VIDEO: Raspberry Pi put to test by student

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A-Level computing student Isabell Long and technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones put the Raspberry Pi computer through its paces....
VIDEO: Raspberry Pi put to test by student

VIDEO: 'Highlights of my tech year'

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The BBC's technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones reflects on his technology highlights of 2012....
VIDEO: 'Highlights of my tech year'

Boot up: Microsoft Won't Track, faked science reviews, Samsung's next phone? and more

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Plus Yahoo and Hotmail's secret domain blacklist, what the Surface really means, Nokia and Sony prevail against Apple, and moreA quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamOne O'Clock News Christmas 1986 Part One >> YouTubeIncludes the sound from the producer's gallery....
Boot up: Microsoft Won't Track, faked science reviews, Samsung's next phone? and more

AUDIO: Will MPs deliver digital government?

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Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones looks at how the internet revolution has - or has not - changed government and its use by politicians....
AUDIO: Will MPs deliver digital government?
Five Christmas Presents That Could Change Your Life

VIDEO: Is it possible to live on mobile money?

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BBC Technology Correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones tries to live without cash for a few days using just mobile phone payment applications instead....
VIDEO: Is it possible to live on mobile money?

Ian Breach obituary

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Former Guardian journalist and television presenter who became one of the BBC's first environment correspondentsSome Guardian journalists stay for life; others move on. Ian Breach, who has died aged 72, was in the second category at a time when many stayed. He joined the Manchester features department as a young...
Ian Breach obituary

London tube stations to get Wi-Fi

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Passengers will be able to check emails at 80 stations starting in the next few weeks, with 40 more connected later this yearThe last sanctuary from the incessant red light blinking on BlackBerry devices will begin to vanish in the next few weeks as Wi-Fi coverage is extended to the...
London tube stations to get Wi-Fi

AUDIO: The 'big data' revolution

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Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones reports on the new industrial revolution of "big data" mining and James Murray, European vice-president of Splunk, a big data company, explains why data is big business....
AUDIO: The 'big data' revolution
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