How sensors in the boots of firefighters help locate them in burning buildings
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales on a new ethical mobile phone operator
The app that can take EEG brain scans to enable the correct diagnosis of seizures
Smarter mobile phones and invisible, wearable technologies vie for attention at CES
Is 3D printing set to revolutionise manufacturing?
A code of conduct for digital volunteers in the aftermath following disasters
The portable scanner that can target and detect concealed weapons from a distance
How virtual patients help medical students with their bedside manners
The Mother of all slingshots propels India’s orbiter to Mars
The digital humanitarian workers making sense of crisis information to help relief effort
Is your information safe? Professor Matthew Green explains the weaknesses in encryption
A from report Kigali on how technology is transforming Africa
Highlights from CEATEC include the glasses that can translate foreign menus
Should access to videos on the internet be free and open or encrypted and tied to a cost?
How sound is a character in films like Gravity
The new app and widget that lets you send smells with a text message
Does the future lie in The Internet of Things - where all our devices are connected?
How the electric car is touted as one of the biggest trends at the Frankfurt Motor show
The artistic tribute to Nasa's Voyager-1 using audio from Earth and data from Voyager
Meet the artists attempting to visualise everyday technologies that we can't see or feel
Prof Takao Someya on how the bionic skin, the e-skin, will connect people to machines
The teddy bear that flew 39 km above an English Village and came back
Ditch-digging volunteers lay fibre optic cables to bring broadband to remote areas
Microsoft launches its 4Afrika Scholarship scheme for a thousand African students
How do you stop online abuse and bring perpetrators of criminal activity to justice?
The US unveils legislation to crack down on the criminal dumping of electronic waste
Academic Ethan Zuckerman on why the internet has failed to connect us across cultures
Click debates how technology can help to crack the gridlock that is modern life
How farmers in remote parts of New Zealand gain wi-fi connectivity via hot air balloons