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Last.fm users will now have access to the 20 million songs available on Spotify

David Cameron prepares for G8 summit with early morning dip... but Vladimir Putin did not join him

PM takes tha plunge in Lough Erne, joined by one of his ever-present bodyguards

A view of Wembley Stadium

FA deny banning bagpipes from Wembley for match between England and Scotland

The sides meet this August for the first time in 14 years

Chinese astronauts (front L-R) Wang Yaping, mission commander Nie Haisheng and Zhang Xiaoguang prepare to board the Shenzhou-10 spacecraft

Shenzhou-10: Capsule docks with space lab

China's fifth manned space mission is its longest

'Game changing' cancer database pushes fight against disease forward

Database will include millions of records detailing individual cancers and treatments

Tim Cook from Apple's WWDC 2012.

Apple's WWDC 2013 conference: What to expect, from iOS 7 and Mac OS 10.9 to iRadio

New MacBook air and Mac Pro are possible, but Apple needs to revamp its software most of all

Tim Cook from Apple's WWDC 2012.

WWDC predictions: Apple will focus on platforms, not products

New MacBook air and Mac Pro are possible, but Apple needs to revamp its software most of all

The Vodafone Smart 3

Hands on review: Vodafone Smart 3

This is not a premium smartphone but it is certainly a good-looking, capable and highly affordable alternative, says David Phelan

The Apple logo at the Yerba Buena Center for Arts in San Francisco before Apple's special media event to introduce its much anticipated next generation iPhone

Advantage Samsung in patent battle with Apple: Old iPhones and iPad models banned from sale

But the latest iPhone and iPad are not covered by the ruling

Start all over again: Microsoft admits defeat and brings back the Start button for Windows 8.1

Microsoft has confirmed the latest edition of its Windows operating system will include a Start button.

NHS to boost number of staff trained to treat dementia patients

The number of NHS staff with dementia training will reach 100,000 by March next year under a shake-up of medical education in England.

Research by Whitehall's 'NudgeUnit' has suggested that charities could reap an annual windfall of up to £4bn if people were automatically prompted to remember good causes in their will

The ‘nudge’ that could generate £4bn annual bequest to charities

Just asking people to donate in their wills could create windfall, says Whitehall behavioural unit

The 10 Best sleeping bags

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Hungry? Print a pepperoni pizza

Nasa is funding the development of printed food with an eye on the long-haul, long-stay space missions of the future

The 10 Best cycle helmets

There are as many high-tech skull protectors available as there are bikes, but which to choose? Here are a few ideas...

Six of of 10 UK internet users access BBC website - but even that is below target

BBC Online also failing to meet target of 22m clickthroughs a year for connecting users to external sites

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Robert Fisk in Abu Dhabi: The Emirates' out-of-sight migrant workers helping to build the dream projects of its rulers

Robert Fisk in Abu Dhabi

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Iwan Rheon interview: Game of Thrones star returns to his Welsh roots to record debut album

Iwan Rheon is returning to his Welsh roots

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