Google Doodle celebrates the 63rd anniversary of the Peak District National Park

Peak District National Park celebrates 63rd birthday (and its stunning views) with a Google Doodle

Google's latest Doodle marks the 63rd anniversary of the Peak District's designation as Britain's first national park.

Going down: Google's ambition to build an elevator into space isn't likely to be fulfilled any time soon

Google finds a lift into space will never get off the ground as there is no material strong enough for a cable from Earth into orbit

The only material that fitted the profile – the immensely strong graphene derivative known as carbon nanotubes – has yet to be manufactured in lengths exceeding a metre

Sweden launches campaign to spread peace, love and democracy - through videogames

Country says gamers have had enough of the male-dominated violence of Battlefield, until now its most famous gaming export

An Android smartphone, unrelated to heartbleed

Heartbleed: 50m Android phones may be affected, report shows

Data assessing smartphones in the US revealed that tens of millions of phones are at risk of being harvested

A teenage girl's terror threat 'joke' to American Airlines went badly wrong when she was faced with the prospect of an FBI investigation

American Airlines Twitter threat: Dutch 14-year-old girl released by police ‘pending further enquiries’

Girl tweeted @AmericanAir that she was going to 'do something really big'

480,000 inquiry forms submitted online may have been accessed

US Airways tweet pornographic photo response to customer who complained

Airline apologises and promises to investigate after extraordinary gaffe eclipses Pulitzer Prize in terms of discussion on social media

The parenting website Mumsnet claims to have 1.5 million registered members

Mumsnet users urged to change password after Heartbleed hackers target site

Cyber-thieves may have obtained passwords and personal messages

Ukraine crisis: Crimea made part of Russia on Google Maps – but only for Russian users

When viewed from Ukraine and the rest of the world, Crimea’s border is ‘disputed’

Are you comfortable with your waiter looking up your details?

Restaurants - do they know too much? Top maître d' admits researching diners online

Is this 21st-century service or tasteless snooping?

Americans are set for a debate in the Senate over how to balance privacy against national security

Heartbleed bug: NSA denies exploiting glitch to harvest information

The statement comes after claims made by sources 'close to the situation' alleging that the spy agency knew about Heartbleed for two years

New app turns food pictures into calorie counts

The technology is being developed by the team behind Apple's Siri and they're currently looking for partners to bring the app to the mainstream

Sony issues recall for Vaio laptops that may catch fire

Third-party batteries built by Panasonic are overheating with three reported cases of "burns to the chassis" prompting the recall by Sony

This robotic printer fits on the palm of your hand and trundles around your documents

The Mini Mobile is being funded on Kickstarter. It comes with a rechargeable battery, prints a page a minute and has enough ink for 1,000 pages

Heartbleed: Coder responsible for 'catastrophic' bug says it can be 'explained pretty easily'

Robin Seggelmann says that Heartbleed was an honest mistake and had nothing to do with surveillance by government security agencies

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