BBC Tech India police arrest 'world's cheapest smartphone' firm boss 2017-02-24T05:59:23.000000Z A distribution company says many of the 251 Freedom handsets it paid for have not been delivered. Searching for Genghis 2017-02-24T00:30:54.000000Z How satellite images shared via the cloud are helping us discover more about the earth. New £1 'most secure coin in the world' 2017-02-23T22:34:18.000000Z A new 12-sided coin comes into circulation in March, and the Royal Mint is working 24/7 to make 1.5bn of them. Fitness data and photos help expose race cheat 2017-02-23T14:28:39.000000Z The runner missed out more than a mile of the Fort Lauderdale race to clock a fast time Russian military admits significant cyber-war effort 2017-02-23T14:04:28.000000Z Country's defence minister admits the presence of a powerful military team focused on controlling information. Ad blocking usage 'not growing', says report 2017-02-23T12:20:40.000000Z Some 22% of UK adults are using ad blocking software, says the Internet Advertising Bureau. Faulty tumble dryers: More than 40,000 sign recall petition 2017-02-23T11:51:57.000000Z Whirlpool insists its repair programme is the best way to go, but thousands of owners want a recall. Router hacker suspect arrested at Luton Airport 2017-02-23T10:53:39.000000Z The "mastermind" behind a massive 2016 attack may face sabotage charges in Germany. Amazon resists Echo murder evidence call 2017-02-23T10:23:54.000000Z Amazon issues formal legal response to requests to hand over information from its smart speaker Echo. How iBeacons could help blind people navigate roadworks 2017-02-23T08:47:26.000000Z BBC Click's Lara Lewington finds out how iBeacons could help blind people navigate roadworks.