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While the company's founders spend their billions, the once-invincible tech giant's new boss is trying to save it

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The initiative states "it must be right for under-18s to have an easy and clearly signposted way to retract, correct and dispute online data that refers to them"

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Ever fancied testing your driving skills on an F1 circuit? Thanks to £1m of ultra-realistic simulation technology, we can all feel the thrill of the 'race'. Rory Buckeridge gets behind the wheel and explains how it works
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Twitter accused of 'Facebookisation' over plans to overhaul reverse-chronological timeline

Facebook exasperates its users by deciding which posts they can and can’t see. So why has Twitter announced plans to do the same? Emma Gannon explains why this is a bad move

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A virtual reality headset ensures a hair-raising new cinematic experience

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Aviation is full of evolutionary culs-de-sac, but none has been so spectacular

Exposure: The Ashley Madison website

Ashley Madison hack: Cyber vandalism isn't only a problem for cheating spouses...

The case has yet again demonstrated the fragility of online security

Pepper is the world's first humanoid robot designed to live with humans

Social robots such as Pepper can help with household chores - but at what cost to privacy?

Japanese consumers are snapping up the humanoid-looking robots
Say my name: Caitlyn Jenner accepting a courage award this week

When Siri is spot on with cultural references – who makes it happen, man or machine?

Rhodri Marsden explains why it's a bit of both
Girls, uninterrupted: Lena Dunham

Lena Dunham launches feminist e-newsletter called 'Lenny' for fellow-millenials

Gillian Orr explores why old-fashioned emails are a hit with modern women
The new Density app offers a handy way of beating queues

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The small device attaches to the door of a venue and is the infrared equivalent of a person holding a click counter

Unless we form rich connections in our own minds, we don’t create knowledge, we access it

Google Effect: is technology making us stupid?

Can't remember phone numbers or birthdays? You may be suffering from the 'Google Effect' – a theory that we've outsourced our memories, safe in the knowledge that answers are just a click away. Genevieve Roberts investigates
Best foot forward: revellers make the most of a dance floor lit by their steps
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Can Apple Pay overcome security concerns and transform contactless payment in the UK?

As Apple's new mobile-based payment system launches in the UK, questions remain over security and privacy, as it can collect a detailed profile of its users’ shopping habits. Jamie Nimmo reports on the new contactless technology

iOS 9 beta: is it worth downloading new iPhone operating system?

It can slow down your phone and cause hiccups with apps — but you also get access to a whole range of stuff before the general public

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Charlie Austin: ‘If the move is not right, I’m not going’

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