Viagra: Can BBC show help men talk about erectile dysfunction?

By Garry Owen and Peter Shuttleworth BBC News It’s the Russell T Davies flagship BBC festive…

Cameroon starts world-first malaria mass vaccine rollout

By Paul Njie & Natasha Booty BBC News, Yaoundé & London The world’s first routine vaccine…

Samsung warns of worse than expected profits fall

Technology giant Samsung Electronics says it is likely to see its profits for the last three…

Apple overtakes Samsung as world’s biggest phonemaker

By Katie Silver Business reporter Apple now has the lion’s share of the global smartphone market,…

Apple watch: US upholds ban on sale over patent dispute

By Annabelle Liang Business reporter Apple has once again been banned from selling two smartwatch models…

Amazon takeover of iRobot to be blocked by EU

By Shiona McCallum Technology reporter Amazon’s takeover of vacuum cleaner maker iRobot is set to be…

Google: Political adverts must disclose use of AI

By Shiona McCallum Technology reporter Google will soon require that political ads on its platforms let…

What happens when you think AI is lying about you?

Imagine the scene: you’re at home with your family and your phone starts pinging… people you…

Oscars nominations 2024: Barbie and Oppenheimer set to dominate

By Steven McIntosh Entertainment reporter Nominations for the 2024 Oscars will be announced later, after a…

Umar Khalid: Indian activist languishes in jail without bail or trial

By Soutik Biswas and Umang Poddar BBC News, Delhi In an interview in January 2020, Umar…

Kim Jong Un: Is North Korea’s leader actually considering war?

North Korea experts – by nature, a cautious group who seek to avoid sowing panic –…

Tencent’s Riot Games cuts 11% of global workforce

Tencent Holdings’ Riot Games has said it will cut 530 jobs which account for about 11% of its…

Florida asks Supreme Court to allow its anti-drag law to take effect

Florida’s attorney general on Tuesday asked the US Supreme Court to allow a law that a…