VIDEO: Microsoft fined over web browsers
07 Mar 2013 5:30:57
Microsoft is fined 561m euros ($731m; £484m) for failing to promote a selection of web browsers alongside its own.
UK in court on air pollution levels
07 Mar 2013 3:40:40
The UK faces a Supreme Court case over failure to clean up city air in line with EU laws
Native frogs beat invasive toads
07 Mar 2013 3:10:53
The tadpoles of Australia's native frogs can outcompete invasive toads, scientists say.
DNA ancestry akin to 'astrology'
07 Mar 2013 3:05:05
Scientists describe some services provided by companies tracing ancestry using DNA as akin to astrology.
AirAsia wins India carrier approval
07 Mar 2013 2:24:37
A bid by Asia's largest low-cost carrier, AirAsia, to set up an airline in India wins approval from the Indian government.
Salt 'linked to immune rebellion'
07 Mar 2013 2:18:30
The amount of salt in our diet could be driving our own immune systems to rebel against us leading to diseases such as multiple sclerosis, very early research suggests.
Millions 'stop work to be carers'
07 Mar 2013 1:56:36
More than two million people in the UK have left jobs to care for disabled, sick or elderly loved ones, a survey by Carers UK suggests.
VIDEO: Moon mining race under way
07 Mar 2013 1:34:10
Google has offered a $20m grand prize to the first privately-funded company to land a robot on the moon and explore the surface.
We will hold firm on economy - PM
07 Mar 2013 0:25:01
Changing course on the economy would plunge the UK "back into the abyss", David Cameron is expected to warn.
Hyundai and Kia gain from European crisis
07 Mar 2013 0:02:00
Korea's Hyundai and Kia benefit from woes of European rivals
Google Street View - a closer look
07 Mar 2013 0:01:49
Google revamps its street photo service - but is it useful?
Cull half of UK's deer - scientists
07 Mar 2013 0:00:58
Around half of the UK's deer population needs to be shot each year to stop extreme devastation to the countryside, scientists claim.
Business group cuts growth forecast
07 Mar 2013 0:00:44
As the Bank of England decides whether to do more to stimulate the economy, the BCC cuts its forecasts for growth this year and next.
Time Warner spins off Time Magazine
06 Mar 2013 3:56:16
Media giant Time Warner says it will spin off its Time Inc magazine unit into an independent, publicly traded company by the end of the year.
Fresh problems for NatWest customers
06 Mar 2013 3:39:56
NatWest appears to be having problems with its computer systems, less than a year after millions of customers were left unable to move money for days.
VIDEO: Audubon: An American woodsman
06 Mar 2013 3:07:17
John Audubon rose from an ignoble childhood to become one of America's most important artists and naturalists. The New York Historical Society celebrates his work in a new book.
In pictures: Mammal photo winners
06 Mar 2013 0:57:54
The Mammal Society's Mammal Photographer of the Year 2013 finalists have been announced
Cable queries borrowing restraint
06 Mar 2013 0:39:59
The government may need to borrow more to fund capital spending if the UK's economy is to recover, Business Secretary Vince Cable suggests.
VIDEO: Lord Sugar meets apprentice in court
06 Mar 2013 9:17:37
Lord Sugar has been giving evidence to an employment tribunal today over the way he treated the winner of his show, The Apprentice.
VIDEO: Thomas Cook to cut 2,500 jobs in UK
06 Mar 2013 8:54:20
The world's oldest travel firm Thomas Cook has announced plans to cut around 2,500 jobs in the UK and close nearly 200 high street travel agencies
Easyjet and LSE promoted to FTSE 100
06 Mar 2013 8:23:01
No-frills airline Easyjet and the London Stock Exchange are promoted to the FTSE 100 index as part of the latest quarterly review.
MPs agree new biofuel subsidies
06 Mar 2013 7:41:27
MPs have agreed new subsidies for burning wood and plants in the UK's power stations.
Volvo unveils cyclist alert system
06 Mar 2013 6:20:12
Volvo is to offer a product that can scan the road for cyclists and apply the brakes if it thinks a collision is imminent.
TED: Ron Finley: A guerilla gardener in South Central LA - Ron Finley (2013)
06 Mar 2013 6:06:58
Ron Finley plants vegetable gardens in South Central LA -- in abandoned lots, traffic medians, along the curbs. Why? For fun, for defiance, for beauty and to offer some alternative to fast food in a community where "the drive-thrus are killing more people than the drive-bys."
Budget Day strike for civil servants
06 Mar 2013 5:57:35
The UK's largest civil service union, PCS, has picked Budget Day - 20 March - to start its industrial action over pay and pensions.