The new way of texting and will Kinect take off?
Dell mulls Google Chrome, and an iPhone record deal.
Graeme McDowell first European to win U.S. Open in 40 years
Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland has won the U.S. Open, holding off France's Gregory Havret to become the first European to win America's national championship since 1970.
Banking Lobbyists Make Final Run at Reform Bill
Maneuvering continues over risky wagers on the market and selling off hedge funds and private equity units.
Make-up artists and others on adapting to HDTV challenges.
IT gets a Royal seal of approval
One of the world's newest industries is given a rare Royal Charter at a ceremony steeped in arcane ritual at St Paul's Cathedral.
Why Medal of Honour has moved to the present day
London to Brighton cyclist dies
A 48-year-old man dies in hospital after collapsing while taking part in the London to Brighton bike ride.
Gift of gaffe
Why is BP's boss getting the PR battle so wrong?
Retirement age 'should be ended'
Age UK says the Government ought to use current public support to abolish the compulsory age for retirement.
Government warned over CGT rise
Raising the rate of capital gains tax (CGT) could result in a fall in tax revenues, one think tank warns.
Senate Grapples With Tax and Safety Net Legislation
There's less urgency to confront pressing issues in Congress as a key concern gets resolved.
Selling products with just five musical notes.
Mining chiefs missing in Africa
A plane carrying several Australian mining executives goes missing on a flight between Cameroon and Congo.
Vintage computers celebrated at Bletchley Park computer festival
More than 2000 retro-computing fans descended on Bletchley Park for Britain's first Vintage Computer Festival.
French quiz Google on wi-fi data
An early look at wi-fi data 'accidentally' gathered by Google in 30 countries suggests it contains sensitive information.
Birmingham's £545m Queen Elizabeth Hospital takes its first patients as the move from Selly Oak Hospital begins.
Russia cuts gas supply to Belarus
Russian gas monopoly Gazprom begins to cut supplies to Belarus over its debt after President Dmitry Medvedev orders the cuts.
Gulf states eye China bank float
Qatar and Kuwait are reportedly lining up to invest $3.6bn in the upcoming flotation of the Agricultural Bank of China.
Defence spending in the continent is rising