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    Apple health data used in murder trial

    Data suggesting movements correlating to how a suspect disposed of a body used as evidence.

    CES 2018: A look at the show’s highlights

    BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best technology at CES 2018.

    PubG ‘not eSports-ready’ yet – but ‘will be one day’

    The brains behind PubG, one of the most popular games in the world, talks eSports with the Radio 1 Gaming Show.

    China shuts Marriott’s website over Tibet and Taiwan error

    The hotel chain apologises, saying it "respects and supports" Chinese sovereignty.

    Facebook plans major changes to news feed

    CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he plans to make posts from businesses, brands and media less prominent.

    CES 2018: Omron’s ping pong robot keeps ball in play

    A robot that matches its ping pong-playing skill level to its human opponent's is on show at CES.

    CES 2018: Panasonic’s concept car has pick-your-own views

    Panasonic shows off a concept car with windows that can swap out the real view for one you prefer.

    CES 2018: Square Off smart chessboard moves its own pieces

    The internet-connected device is designed to make it easier to play with a friend based elsewhere.

    US retirement village to have ‘largest’ self-driving taxi scheme

    Start-up company Voyage will start rolling out the service at The Villages, Florida next year.

    US man charged over 15-year spying campaign

    The attacked allegedly spied on users via webcams and stole personal data and login information.

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