Levein hints at Ferguson return
Scotland manager Craig Levein insists the door remains open for midfielder Barry Ferguson to end his international exile.
'Anti-Facebook' debuts first code
Developers have been given their first glimpse of an open source alternative to Facebook called Diaspora.
Riley 'backed Bolton over Cahill'
Bolton boss Owen Coyle claims referees' chief Mike Riley backed his objection to Gary Cahill's red card at Arsenal.
The 90-year-old US blogger
Phyllis Greene, who is in hospice care in Ohio, talks about why she decided to start a blog at the age of 90 and how technology has brought a new dimension to her life.
Hodgson defends start to campaign
New Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson, who side face Steaua Bucharest in the Europa League on Thursday, says criticism of results so far this season is unfair.
Wenger confident of Arsenal glory
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger thinks they will be hard to stop this season after a 6-0 Champions League thrashing of Portuguese side Braga.
Anelka key to win, says Ancelotti
Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti feels striker Nicolas Anelka was the key to his side's 4-1 Champions League win over MSK Zilina.
Why people are choosing to disconnect from social networks
The online generation comes of age
What are the effects of spending so much time updating that all consuming status bar? Daniel Sieberg has been taking a closer look.
Microsoft debuts latest browser
Microsoft launches the latest version of its popular web browser, Internet Explorer 9, as it looks to regain market share from competitors.
HTC pushes its Android momentum
Mobile maker HTC hopes that its two new phones running the Android operating system will secure its status as one of Apple's top competitors.
UK 'behind' on security spending
UK companies plan to spend less than their global counterparts on protecting corporate information, says research.
A look at Microsoft’s new browser
Microsoft's Leila Martine shows Rory Cellan-Jones the 'high graphic power' of its new web browser.
Richards targets Europa success
Manchester City defender Micah Richards says his side will "take the Europa League seriously" this season as they try to end a 34-year trophy drought.
Salzburg v Man City
Preview followed by live coverage of Thursday's game between Salzburg and Manchester City in the Europa League.
Villa confirm Houllier start date
New Aston Villa manager Gerard Houllier will take charge of the team after Saturday's match against Bolton.
South Africa police hunt tweeting traffic spy
South Africa's municipal police are searching for a man said to be using Twitter to warn the public of police road blocks and speed traps.
England sixth in world rankings
England's post-World Cup revival continues as they rise to sixth in the Fifa world rankings.
Czechs halt Google Street View
Authorities in the Czech Republic have stopped Google from collecting images for its Street View mapping service amid privacy concerns.
Edwards signs new Wolves contract
Wolves midfielder Dave Edwards signs a new contract that will keep the Wales international at the Premier League club until 2013.