The chairwoman of HTC tells the BBC her company is "co-operating" with Half-life for its virtual reality helmet.
A 55-year-old man dies following a two-vehicle crash on the A1 near Dromore, County Down.
Two pupils have been injured in an incident outside a secondary school in south Glasgow, police say.
The FA rescinds Sunderland defender Wes Brown's red card in his side's loss at Manchester United on Saturday.
Prime Minister David Cameron dismisses concerns raised by the head of the US Army about the impact of cuts on the UK's armed forces.
Police say two men behind a tunnel discovered in Toronto last week built it for "personal reasons".
Nearly 100 South African firefighters are battling a blaze on Cape Town's mountain range.
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Eurostar services are suspended after a person was hit by a train on the line in Kent.
Islamist militant Mohammed Emwazi was never a cause of huge concern to staff at his former London school, his former head teacher says.
Police launch an investigation after reports of racist and abusive behaviour from a group of Chelsea fans on a train from London to Manchester.
Bill Gates is declared the richest man in the world for the second year running by Forbes magazine's annual ranking of global billionaires.
The parents of a girl born with a large birthmark on her leg get matching tattoos in a show of support for their 18-month old daughter.
A superb behind-the-back pass from Rangi Chase sets up Salford's Josh Griffin to score in the Super League Show's Try of the Week.
Mick Schumacher, son of seven-times Formula 1 champion Michael, has signed a contract to race in Formula 4 next season.
Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson formally announces the names of the nine new Stormont departments that will replace the current 12 in 2016.
Two RAF training jets came close to colliding over the north Wales coast, a report on collision risk incidents finds.
Ten men are charged by police investigating child sexual exploitation in Rochdale, Greater Manchester.
South Sudan's army says it has summoned for questioning a militia leader accused of abducting hundreds of boys from school.
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