TED: Pia Mancini: How to upgrade democracy for the Internet era - Pia Mancini (2014)
08 Oct 2014 6:05:29
Pia Mancini and her colleagues want to upgrade democracy in Argentina and beyond. Through their open-source mobile platform they want to bring citizens inside the legislative process, and run candidates who will listen to what they say.
Low interest rates 'risk' to economy
08 Oct 2014 5:30:24
A new IMF report warns that there are risks to global financial stability that could derail the economic recovery.
VIDEO: US independent bookshops fight back
08 Oct 2014 4:48:22
Despite the growth of internet retail, some independent bookshops in the US are seeing an increase in popularity, reports the BBC's Victoria Fritz.
VIDEO: EE launches home TV service in UK
08 Oct 2014 4:41:45
Mobile network EE has announced a TV service that lets up to three phones or tablets be used to watch different live programmes in the home simultaneously.
Old face job ad 'discrimination'
08 Oct 2014 3:41:32
The government's Universal Jobmatch website is publishing adverts using terms that could be breaking anti-age discrimination laws, the BBC finds.
ATM hack 'gives out wads of cash'
08 Oct 2014 3:28:11
Interpol issues a warning as a flaw in cash machines that allows criminals to quickly steal wads of cash is discovered.
Dealing with Dounreay's leftovers
08 Oct 2014 1:46:13
Dealing with the leftovers from the Dounreay demolition job
Europe backs Hinkley nuclear plant
08 Oct 2014 0:47:40
A new £16bn nuclear power station at Hinkley Point in Somerset is to go ahead after it received final approval from European Union regulators.
Ministers meet over budget deadlock
08 Oct 2014 0:41:25
A Northern Ireland Executive meeting to discuss its budgetary crisis, initially supposed to be an 'away day' for ministers, is expected to last a few hours.
Mobile firm Three fined over gripes
08 Oct 2014 0:39:12
Mobile operator Three has been fined £250,000 by regulator Ofcom by failing to handle customer complaints in a "fair and timely manner".
VIDEO: The 'Harry Potter' password
08 Oct 2014 0:07:03
A Silicon Valley start-up company has developed a way of replacing passwords by allowing users to create their own unique "air signature".
Microscope work wins Nobel Prize
08 Oct 2014 9:57:56
Nobel Prize for chemistry is awarded to three scientists for their work on boosting the resolution of microscopes.
Virgin Galactic: Space could finally be getting closer
08 Oct 2014 9:42:57
Is Virgin Galactic any closer to realising dream of commercial spaceflight?
EE launches home TV service in UK
08 Oct 2014 9:33:44
The mobile network EE launches a service that allows four people to watch different TV shows at once via the same set-top box.
Cigarette staff in shock at closure
08 Oct 2014 9:32:57
Staff at JTI Gallaher cigarette plant in County Antrim are given time off to absorb the news that all 877 jobs are to be lost.
House price growth 'will moderate'
08 Oct 2014 8:14:14
Annual house price growth in the UK will moderate during the rest of the year, having peaked at about 10%, according to the Halifax.
VIDEO: Up close with Curiosity Mars rover
08 Oct 2014 8:02:45
BBC Click gets rare access to the twin of Nasa's Curiosity Mars rover which is helping scientists solve problems on the Red Planet.
World Bank executive gives up bonus
08 Oct 2014 7:17:25
The World Bank chief financial officer is giving up part of his bonus after an uproar over cost-cutting measures at the lender.
VIDEO: Twitter founder talks 'evolving' media
08 Oct 2014 7:01:39
BBC Click talks to Twitter co-founder Biz Stone about the growth of social media.
Ashley bids to oust Rangers chief
08 Oct 2014 6:54:03
Newcastle Utd owner Mike Ashley calls for an extraordinary meeting of Rangers in a bid to oust their chief executive.
Strike to cost Air France €500m
08 Oct 2014 6:43:05
Air France estimates that last month's two-week pilots strike will cost it about €500m (£393m) in lost revenue.
Nokia to mothball India mobile plant
08 Oct 2014 6:25:49
Nokia plans to suspend production at its mobile phone factory in India because of a dispute with the country's tax authorities.
Flipkart sorry for sale glitches
08 Oct 2014 6:12:56
India's biggest online retailer Flipkart apologises to customers for glitches during Monday's 'Big Billion Day' sale.
UK to open 'solar storm' centre
08 Oct 2014 5:08:31
The UK Met Office formally opens its Space Weather Operations Centre on Wednesday, to lead the forecasting of the Sun’s disruptive effects on Earth.
Yahoo set to cut '400 jobs' in India
08 Oct 2014 3:49:19
Tech giant Yahoo plans to cut jobs in Bangalore, India, which is considered one of its largest engineering hubs.