German researchers have built shoe-sized devices that harvest power from the act of walking.
Richard Taylor tests the latest tech to stay fit and be more relaxed.
Both Argos and Homebase miss sales forecasts despite a considerable boost from Black Friday promotions.
Man City eye Messi deal, Arsenal move for Borussia Dortmund duo, Man Utd's bid for Argentine striker rejected, plus more.
Firefighters are tackling a "major" fire at council offices in Oxfordshire.
Scientists in Edinburgh investigate the effects of ageing on the brain as the population continues to grow older.
Satellite images of Nigerian towns attacked by Boko Haram earlier this month show widespread destruction and suggest a high death toll, Amnesty International says.
The father of a man from Ohio who has been charged with plotting an attack on a government building in Washington said his son had only recently converted to Islam.
Former Australia fast bowler Brett Lee is retiring from all forms of cricket after a 20-year playing career.
Rain and gale force winds cause travel disruption and flooding, while about 750 homes around Wales are without power.
New pensioner bonds paying an annual interest rate of up to 4% are now on sale with experts predicting a surge of interest.
Heavy rain and gale force winds are expected to batter the UK, bringing more problems for commuters.
Heather Watson reaches the third WTA semi-final of her career with victory over Roberta Vinci at the Hobart International.
The first hubs aimed at helping more Welsh students to get Oxbridge university places are launched as the number of applications hits a 14-year low.
India's central bank makes a surprise move to cut its interest rate to 7.75%, after lower-than-expected inflation figures.
The Irish Congress of Trade Unions criticises the Stormont House Agreement as a "bad deal".
Daughter of Guantanamo inmate tells her family's story
Five Yemeni men held at the US prison in Guantanamo Bay in Cuba for more than a dozen years are transferred to Oman and Estonia, US officials say.
A leading drugs expert says cannabis addicts are being let down because there is too much focus on helping people hooked on class A substances.
The BBC's global health correspondent Tulip Mazumdar tries on full protective equipment whilst at an Ebola treatment centre in Freetown, Sierra Leone.