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The suprise sale allows Google to drop a struggling part of their business and lets Lenovo leapfrog their way to third place in smartphone sales

Gary Lineker (left) is unimpressed by Greg Dyke's choices

Gary Lineker rejects Greg Dyke's FA panel as 'pointless... a missed chance'

Much-hyped commission attacked for uninspiring selections while Campbell criticises lack of ethnic minorities involved 

More than 20 per cent of fatal crashes in the UK involve young drivers, yet they account for only 5 per cent of miles driven

Driving age could be raised to 18 in UK - with a curfew and strict rules for recently-qualified drivers

MPs will soon consider a green paper based on proposals from Government-commissioned research

Sweet deal for Yorkshire as Haribo announces new factory in Castleford

Yorkshire has a long history of manufacturing treats to feed the British sweet tooth. Jonathan Brown finds out more

New sensation: Disney invents touchscreen that lets users 'feel' images

Scientists at Disney have taken the touchscreen experience to the next level by creating a textured screen that allows viewers to feel videos and images. 

Chilling testimonies: Victoria Derbyshire explored domestic abuse on Five Live

The Week in Radio: Unique insights into the dark side of human nature in The Abuser's Tale

"I used to call her names, swear at her," recalled "Stuart", as he had consented to be called, about his relationship with his girlfriend. "I've hit her... and given her a black eye... I've punched her in the face a few times and kicked her in the legs." This was just one of the recollections of a man who had spent years terrorising his partner in The Abuser's Tale, a study of domestic abuse on BBC Five Live's Victoria Derbyshire.

Brits spend one in 12 waking minutes online

More time spent living on the web has been matched by an increased spend from companies on online ads

Carpetright crisis forces Harris return

Lord Harris of Peckham has come out of retirement to take over the running of Carpetright after an unexpected profit warning and the shock resignation of Darren Shapland, the chief executive.

Video: Self-assembling robots cubes jump and snap together

Palm-sized cubes use flywheels and magnets to snap together with future applications including emergency repairs and configurable furniture

Lord Harris back into Carpetright after chief quits

Lord Harris of Peckham has been forced to come out of retirement to take over the helm of Carpetright after a shock profit warning and the unexpected resignation of chief executive Darren Shapland.

Sir Mark Walport: 'We are very good as a race at adapting'

Top scientist Sir Mark Walport urges climate change deniers to give in

Environment Secretary Owen Paterson played down the dangers of global warming recently

Only 14 per cent of UK adults exercise regularly

Exercise ‘just as good as drugs’ for treating heart failure and strokes

A ‘blind spot’ exists about the true benefits of being more active, claims a new study

Farage: Ukip would consider not running candidates against Eurosceptic MPs

The UK Independence Party may avoid putting up candidates to contest the seats of existing Eurosceptic MPs, its party leader has said.

Maggots are considered universally repulsive

Revealed: How feelings of disgust over vomit, faeces and putrid flesh govern our lives

New book by 'disgustologist' highlights how reactions to key triggers keep us safe – and  help us find a mate

Marine Le Pen and her father acknowledge the audience after delivering a speech during the FN summer congress

National Front leader Le Pen gets a double election boost

Far-right party benefits from fatal shooting of armed robber and former PM’s comments

Labor defeat: Australian PM Kevin Rudd and his wife last weekend

Julia Gillard: ‘Grief’ at no longer being Australian PM

Former leader of the Australian Labor Party stated after her defeat that she would leave politics for good

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