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.
Cecilie Andreassen discusses Facebook addiction.
Nick Harkaway offers a survival guide to a digital life
Analysis of a court ruling to block The Pirate Bay website
Jimmy Wales gazes into the future twenty years on from the birth of the Internet Society
Click looks at the future of books in the world of digital publishing.
There is a report on Life Online, charting the evolution of the internet.
A report on how the British government plans to monitor emails and social networks
Erik Hersman and Nigel Snoad discuss technology's role in helping after natural disasters.
Jenna Gorlewicz describes her App for helping the visually impaired.
Gareth Mitchell reports from the South by Southwest Festival in the USA.
A report on the website aiming to shed light on the violence in Syria.
Click reports on the highlights from the Mobile World Congress.
A report on the next stage in the development of a single-atom transistor.
This week's UNESCO World Radio Day is a celebration of the power of our favourite medium