Tropical forests speed their own recovery, capturing nitrogen and carbon faster after being logged or cleared for agriculture. Researchers working at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama think the discovery that trees "turn up" their ability to capture or "fix" nitrogen from the air and release it into the soil as the forest makes a comeback has far-reaching implications for forest restoration projects to mitigate global warming.
Apple says it's fixed a bug that's been causing some apps downloaded from its store to crash as soon as they're launched.
The Iranian government says it has a removal tool for the Flame malware targeting the country's oil industry, and says it will give it to any Iranian organization that's been affected.
As promised, Apple's released iOS 5.0.1, the update designed to fix the battery problems many users have been experiencing with the new iPhone 4S.
Apple's confirmed that a series of iOS 5 bugs are causing battery problems for many iPhone 4Ss.
Somewhat belatedly, perhaps, Apple has admitted that its OS X operating system is being targeted by the MacDefender fake security software, and is taking steps to combat it.
Hotmail users are gradually regaining access to their inboxes after a bug left many staring at a blank page.
Oops: Twitter says it had already identified and fixed the security flaw that left the site in chaos yesterday - but then messed up that fix with a later update.
Apple has issued an official statement rebuffing claims that its popular iPhone 4 shipped with a faulty antenna design.
DirecTV has blamed a transmission "glitch" - caused by an apparently buggy software update - for freezing a number of HD DVR units.
A recent FCC inquiry has apparently prompted Google to slash its Nexus One early termination fee (ETF) from $350 to $150.
Meanwhile, a $250 fee for existing T-Mobile customers upgrading to the smartphone was lowered to $50.