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Voice-activation functions on smartphones and other devices can be a significant security risk, warn researchers.
Boris Johnson brings out fish puns to mock his political opponents and pledges to fight UKIP on the beaches.
News images from around the world: 30 September
David Cameron smiles as Boris Johnson gives Tory delegates "permission to purr" over the Scottish referendum result.
Is Theresa May's plan to tackle extremists workable?
The BBC is launching a campaign to get every child in the land familiar with a piece of classical music.
X Men star James Marsden talks to BBC Breakfast about his new film The Best of Me and why he has not seen the ending
Is there any chance of compromise in Hong Kong?
It is more than 30 years since it became illegal to drive without a seatbelt, yet up to two million drivers in the UK are still risking it.
New technology allows security services to analyse the contents of the sewers to discover where people are making home-made bombs.
The new Afghan government is to sign a deal on Tuesday that will permit a reduced contingent of US troops to remain in the country beyond 2014.
Health spending is expected to get a boost when the Welsh government unveils its draft budget for 2015-16.
A teenage girl from Bristol who was reported missing may be attempting to get to Syria, police say.
Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong are being urged at stop their campaign "immediately" and go home.
The Northern Ireland secretary of state will later say that Stormont needs to be in the best possible shape if it is to take on the devolution of corporation tax rates.
An Austrian balloon pilot has succeeded in taking a balloon deep underground.
World number one golfer Stacy Lewis says she would be keen to see the introduction of a mixed-gender 'Ryder Cup' tournament.
Pledges from the Conservative Party conference dominate front pages, with some focusing on measures to expand GP cover and others examining the benefits freeze.
Efforts to recover the bodies of at least 24 climbers are suspended again after the eruption on Japan's Mount Ontake intensifies.
Hong Kong leader CY Leung urges pro-democracy protesters to "immediately" stop their campaign, as crowds bring parts of the city to a standstill.