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They raised more than £2.3m on Kickstarter but have struggled to meet expectations. This week, the first batch of Zano drones should finally be shipped.
A tiny drone that was crowdfunded in November is almost ready to be shipped, but is still missing some promised features.
So your child wants to be a games designer
Wayne Rooney says he is strong enough to handle being criticised after he ended his 10-game goal drought for Manchester United.
The final novel by author Sir Terry Pratchett is about to hit bookshops, almost six months after his death.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United are in the Champions League group stage draw on Thursday (16:45 BST).
For 2,000 years Chinese people have relieved stress by having a foot massage, now it's the only way Mr Qi can relax.
Alex Danson's hat-trick helps England beat Germany 4-1 to secure top spot in Pool B at the EuroHockey Championships.
Wayne Rooney scores a hat-trick as Manchester United ease past Club Brugge to reach the Champions League group stages.
One of the panda cubs recently born at the National Zoo in Washington, DC has died, the zoo confirmed. No official cause of death has been named.
England beat Australia by seven wickets in the first Twenty20 to keep the Women's Ashes series alive with two games left.
Are Australians more rule-bound than laid-back?
Culture Secretary John Whittingdale says the BBC should make "the same efficiency savings as we're asking every public body to do".
Austria's Foreign Minister, Sebastian Kurz, says the Dublin regulation, which is part of the EU's asylum policy, is not working.
In the latest BBC profile of the candidates, Vicky Young has been to find out more about Labour leader hopeful, Jeremy Corbyn.
The Franklin Country Sheriff has sad the man who shot and killed a reporter and a cameraman during a live television interview was "disturbed in some way".
Convicted terrorists are being recruited by the Metropolitan Police as part of efforts to stop more people being lured to join the conflict in Syria.
Spurs are in talks to sign £22m-rated Bayer Leverkusen striker Son Heung-min and consider ending Saido Berahino interest.
Comedy writer Armando Iannucci uses the Edinburgh TV Festival's annual MacTaggart Lecture to call for a stout defence of the BBC and British TV.