How technology could help to prevent violence in next year's elections in Kenya
Accents, emotion and preserving for the future: how synthesised voices are changing
Citizen journalists take to the Twittersphere in Sierra Leone
The 5,500 year old mummy whose murder is solved by a virtual autopsy
Listen to WITCH doing the two times table
How illiterate Ethiopian children taught themselves to use tablet PCs without instructions
Electronic voting in the US
Africa's latest digital dreams might soon be realised as technophiles launch Demo Africa
London's 3D Printshow heralds a brave new world of printing your own everyday objects
A 'blind' robot in Slovenia aims to enable humans to be more human
Brian Eno: Scape - Colin Grant talks to Brian Eno about his new music/art app for iPads
The battle raging between the big tech giants at Asia's biggest gadget show, CEATEC
FutureScapes: What will the digital world look like in 2025?
Gareth Mitchell reports on the battle for the consumer at the IFA trade fair in Berlin.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee discusses monitoring the impact of the web.
When computers compose music what's left for the musicians?
What if Geeks ruled the world? A report from the Cambridge Geek Night.
Behind the scenes of the high-definition dazzling display at the London Olympics
Rory Wilson discusses the tag that monitors your mood
How a person with paralysis might control a wheelchair with eye movements alone
A report on London through the ages via a captivating app
Researchers turn images into sound to help the blind and partially-sighted.
Simon Morton reports on the winners of the Imagine Cup, plus poetry for smartphones
Andrew Blum goes behind the scenes of the internet in his book, Tubes.
A report on the bear at the centre of an interactive documentary.
Asi Burak discusses how video games can bring about social change
We look at SMS software, a new digital arts platform, and the limits of copyright
A report on the Islamic challenge to Facebook by Salamworld
Author Andrew Keen on how today's online social revolution may be affecting us adversely
In a special edition of Click, Gareth Mitchell examines the rise of video games.