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Why are employers using wearable tech to monitor their workers?
Employers are fitting their staff with heart and fitness monitors. But not everyone is hailing it as a great step forward for health
Facebook wins legal victory over allegations it broke privacy rules
Austrian court says it does not have the authority to hear case against social network giant
Mobile phone calls to 0800 numbers are now free
As of Wednesday, 0800 and 0808 numbers will not be charged for when making mobile phone calls
First pictures of the iPhone 6s 'leaked online'
Pictures of what appears to be the iPhone 6s have appeared online, suggesting very minor changes from its predecessor
Apple Music, critic's review: 'clunky, fussy, confusing and flawed'
A new dawn? Apple's new streaming service leaves music critic Ed Power fuming
Google Photos assigns 'gorilla' tag to photos of black people
Google has removed the 'gorilla' tag from its new Photos app, after it was found to be misidentifying images of black people
The best of Siri: 11 funny responses from the iPhone's virtual assistant
As asking Siri how to divide zero by zero takes over the internet, we go through more of the best answers when you ask for Siri's help
Apple Music vs Spotify: How do the two streaming services compare?
Now that it's finally available to download, how does Apple Music compare with Spotify, and which deserves your money?
The future of Facebook is telepathy, reveals Mark Zuckerberg
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says technology will become so advanced that people will be able to send thoughts to their friends
Apple Music: four key facts about the music streaming service
Following the launch of Apple Music, Apple's online music streaming service, The Telegraph's Rhiannon Williams gives her verdict on its key features