A busy week in tech has seen Apple announce the iPhone 5 and EE launch the UK's first 4G network
Five of the most-read stories from the Computeractive website this week.
High-speed 4G mobile broadband has finally arrived in the UK with the launch of a new network called EE.
Germany's data-protection authority has re-opened its investigation into whether Facebook has breached privacy laws by automatically tagging photos of users.
Manufacturing of Raspberry Pi is making the move from China to Wales following an agreement with technology giant Sony.
The Raspberry Pi foundation, the charity behind the tiny computer, said nearly all units would now be made in the UK. The job is being taken on by Sony's UK manufacturing plant, located in Pencoed, South Wales.
The new iPhone 5 has a larger 4in display with a resolution of 1,136x640 pixels, whereas the previous iPhone 4S had a smaller 3.5in screen with a resolution of 960x640 pixels.
The special edition Monopoly board tells the story of Turing's life, with houses and hotels replaced with huts and blocks, the buildings used to house Turing's codebreaking machines at Bletchley Park during World War II.
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