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The BBC, in collaboration with tech company This Place, develops a way people can select TV programmes using a cheap, brainwave-reading headset.
A survey by Which? suggests that millions of UK homes are failing to achieve top advertised broadband speeds.
Scientists use genetic markers to build a criminal's face
Britain is holding a host of events to mark its success at the Battle of Waterloo 200 years ago - not so the French, as the BBC's Hugh Schofield explains.
The threat of the UK and Greece leaving the European Union could only be the start of its problems, says Mark Mardell.
YouTube takes on Twitch in live gaming showdown
How beautiful calligraphy refuses to die
Finance is at the forefront with a proposed relaxation of pension charges and the continuing Greek crisis featuring on the front pages.
Many head teachers in England will refuse to teach five traditional GCSE subjects to all pupils, a director of a prominent education body has said.
The rise of father and daughter firms
Short BBC reporter investigates why the Dutch grow so high
The great Moldovan bank robbery - and the UK's role
The railway authorities in India are offering yoga sessions to help train drivers deal with stress.
One of the UK's most threatened birds - the bittern - is returning to England and Wales, according to conservationists.
Universities in England and Wales paid £400,000 in compensation to students last year.
Human breast milk being bought online by fetishists, bodybuilders and cancer patients is a danger to health, say UK researchers.
How US economist Prof Richard Thaler broke with conventional thinking to say that people don't make rational decisions with their money.
What options does Greece have in debt talks?
Greece says it will "set the scene" of its "moral duty" at a eurozone meeting on Thursday and that a deal on the nation's finances is unlikely.
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah missed two drugs tests in the two years leading up to London 2012, claims the Daily Mail.