The robot that could shake up law
16 May 2016 3:46:37
The tech start-up planning to shake up the legal world
VIDEO: 'Disrupting the status quo in law'
16 May 2016 3:46:26
The company hoping that its artificial intelligence tools will make lawyers' lives easier.
VIDEO: The drink of the future?
16 May 2016 3:32:28
The BBC's Michelle Fleury put nutritional drink Soylent to the taste test on the streets of New York.
What jobs will flying robots be doing in future?
16 May 2016 3:23:01
How co-operating flying robots will change the way we work
Bison calf put down after car boot trip
16 May 2016 1:34:23
Officials at Yellowstone National Park reveal that they had to put down a newborn bison after some tourists put it in the boot of their car.
Twitter 'to loosen character limit'
16 May 2016 1:25:26
Microblogging site Twitter is to stop counting photos and links in its 140-character limit for tweets, a report says.
Hacker pleads guilty to insider trading
16 May 2016 9:51:30
A Ukrainian man has pleaded guilty to his role in a hacking and insider trading scheme, US officials say.
Warren Buffett reveals $1bn Apple stake
16 May 2016 7:56:02
The billionaire investor Warren Buffett has revealed that his investment firm Berkshire Hathaway has bought a $1bn stake in Apple.
British Airways 'mulls meal charges'
16 May 2016 6:22:40
British Airways customers could be charged for meals on short-haul flights to help the airline compete with budget rivals, according to media reports.
This scientist can hack your dreams | Moran Cerf
16 May 2016 4:48:24
What if we could peek inside our brains and see our dreams -- or even shape them? Studying memory-specific brain cells, neuroscientist (and ex-hacker) Moran Cerf found that our sleeping brains retain some of the content we encounter when we're awake and that our dreams can influence our waking actions. Where could this lead us? "Neuroscientists are now giving us a new tool to control our dreams," Cerf says, "a new canvas that flickers to life when we fall asleep."
'Smart leg' makes engineering prize list
16 May 2016 3:35:35
An "intelligent" prosthetic limb, improved MRI scanners and green engines are the three finalists for a major UK engineering prize.
Pfizer strikes $5.2bn eczema firm deal
16 May 2016 2:15:47
Drugmaker Pfizer will acquire the maker of a new eczema treatment in a deal worth $5.2bn (£3.6bn).
April breaks global temperature record
16 May 2016 2:08:33
April was the seventh month in a row to have broken global temperature records, Nasa figures show.
Philips launches sale of lighting unit
16 May 2016 1:00:12
Dutch electronics firm Philips plans to sell 25% of shares in its Philips Lighting division on the stock market.
Bloodhound Diary: Riding four 'gyroscopes'
16 May 2016 0:57:13
The effects from riding four 'gyroscopes'
Steel tubes plant set to reopen
16 May 2016 0:55:32
The former Capro steel tubes plant in Blaenau Gwent is set to reopen next month, with new owners Liberty House hoping to expand its range of products.
Spanish home investors could get payout
16 May 2016 9:56:42
Up to 100,000 UK investors who lost money from the collapse of the Spanish property market could get a payout as a result of a Spanish court ruling, a law firm now estimates
VIDEO: UK investors set for a refund from Spain
16 May 2016 8:14:56
Tens of thousands of British investors who lost money when the Spanish property market collapsed could be in line for major payouts.
India to 'divert rivers' to tackle drought
16 May 2016 8:01:04
India is to divert water from major rivers like the Brahmaputra and the Ganges to deal with severe drought, a senior minister tells the BBC.
Miners rise but FTSE starts lower
16 May 2016 7:32:04
The FTSE 100 starts the week with modest falls despite gains for leading mining companies.
Nissan accused of emissions cheating
16 May 2016 6:45:56
Nissan has been accused of manipulating emissions tests for its popular Qashqai model by the South Korean government.
Largest plane draws crowds in Australia
16 May 2016 4:56:01
Thousands of Australian aircraft enthusiasts have watched the world's largest plane, the Antonov An-225 Mriya, arrive in Perth.
VIDEO: Eurostar boss: 'Oh, he's French!'
16 May 2016 4:54:37
Nicolas Petrovic, chief executive of Eurostar, offers the business advice he wishes he'd been given before he started out, for the BBC News series CEO Secrets.
Global flooding 'will threaten billion'
16 May 2016 4:28:34
By 2060 more than a billion people worldwide will live in cities at risk of catastrophic flooding as a result of climate change, a UK charity warns.
Asia stocks shrug off poor China data
16 May 2016 2:52:41
Asia Pacific stock markets are mostly higher, with investors shrugging off disappointing economic data released by China over the weekend.