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The search giant had originally claimed that it should be tried in the US

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Australian Open 2014: Juan Martin Del Potro crashes out after shock five-set defeat to Spain's Roberto Bautista

Former Grand Slam winner becomes the first major casualty of the men's singles draw after his second round exit

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World Cup 2014: England to play Peru, Ecuador and Honduras in preparation for 'Group of Death'

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Government sets up national 3D printing centre

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Yahoo boss Marissa Mayer fires number two Henrique de Castro

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Apple claim that the parental controls in their iOS operating system are strong

Apple will pay parents £20m over in-app purchases

Apple is to refund at least $32.5m (£20m) to customers whose children made in-app purchases without their permission, using the parents' iPhones or iPads. The technology firm reached a settlement with the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), following an FTC complaint that found many of Apple's child-friendly apps offered virtual goods and other chargeable items within the apps, costing anything from 99c to $99.99.

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On Wednesday the moon will appear to be 4 per cent smaller than usual as it reaches its apogee

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The moon will reach its apogee three hours after it rises

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Ebola outbreak: Billy Graham’s son declares righteous war on the virus

Billy Graham’s son declares righteous war on Ebola

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Will Barcelona's hopes go out of the window?

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