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We round-up the latest tech news headlines from the past seven days.
Users will be able to test some apps before deciding if they want to download them.
The alternative to the News Feed had previously been a test feature.
Mutual human actuation lets users work together despite working on very different tasks.
The car will race in 2018, and the car giant wants to set a new record for electric vehicles at the event.
Despite the general approval of the announcement, there was also some trepidation around the layout of the controller and the attached cable.
The supermarket’s Chop Chop grocery delivery service can now reach more than 1.7 million people.
The universe is your oyster as you can discover Saturn's moons, the International Space Station and Pluto through Google Maps.
The Scout Traks is a health and fitness companion for man’s best friend.
Some social media users accused the feature of being insensitive to eating disorder sufferers.
The Japanese car giant has previewed three driverless mobility solutions for the future, including a hoverboard-style device.
The incident comes after it was reported a drone “put 130 lives at risk” near London Gatwick Airport over the summer.
The social media site’s boss Jack Dorsey promised changes in a series of tweets last week.
The upgraded display screen will use recognition technology to analyse foot and road traffic and show targeted ads.
The tbh app has confirmed it is joining Facebook.
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Scientists at Harvard have tested the new system on diabetes patients for 12 weeks.
A new scheme will train pupils to help tackle cyberbullying in secondary schools.
It’s called the Virtuali-Tee.
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Users have noticed some strange goings on.
Journalist Heidi Moore led the boycott after Rose McGowan was temporarily blocked by the site.
In many ways, it’s still pretty unclear.
KIA’s Beat360 in Seoul wants to become the standard setting for finding and buying a new car.
A senior member of the Hyundai Motor Group’s R&D team believes automated cars will soon be on the road.
BT and other ISP's commit continue partnership with online e-safety group for another three years, to help keep children safe online.
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