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NASA’s Em Drive actually works, and science can’t explain why

Nov 23, 2016 03:37 pm

The saga surrounding NASA’s development of a new deep space exploration engine – known as the Em Drive – took another twist as the concept is published in a peer reviewed journal, despite it defying what we know about physics.

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UK to make £1bn investment in fibre and 5G

Nov 23, 2016 03:30 pm

In its Autumn statement, UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s government is making big bets on the digital future of Britain including investments driverless cars and some £1bn towards fibre and 5G.

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WhatsApp reveals video streaming capabilities for next upgrade

Nov 23, 2016 02:37 pm

WhatsApp is continuing its upgrades push with a tweak to its video tools – users will soon be able to stream content before it’s fully downloaded.

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Siemens targets blockchain for answer to solar problems

Nov 23, 2016 01:41 pm

Siemens is teaming up with solar energy start-up LO3 Energy to build blockchain protocols into the renewable energy management world.

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Birchbox’s Katia Beauchamp: ‘There is beauty to be found in data’

Nov 23, 2016 01:35 pm

Six years ago at business school, Katia Beauchamp and her pal Hayley Barna pretty much invented the subscription box service with Birchbox. The next step: focusing on the 80pc of women the multibillion-dollar beauty business ignores.

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5 things growing start-ups need to know

Nov 23, 2016 11:57 am

For growing start-ups, there are a lot of things to consider at the start. How are you going to make money? What do you need to get started? Jelle Frank van der Zwet of Interxion has five essential tips to get you on the right road.

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5 ways to make sure your first IT contracting job is a success

Nov 23, 2016 11:50 am

This week, we’ve been looking at IT contracting. Here, Hays Recruitment’s Daniel Dubbert tells us how to ensure that your first contract job is a success.

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New Snapchat-like Facebook filters really know their audience

Nov 23, 2016 11:39 am

Having announced a clear competitor to Snapchat, Facebook has begun rolling out its filters in Ireland, available directly through the mobile app.

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Cyberattack sees ATMs spitting out cash throughout Europe

Nov 23, 2016 11:28 am

Security firm Group-IB pins the latest wave of ATM cyberattacks firmly on a group called Cobalt, blaming it for a series of attacks throughout Europe.

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‘Microbubbles’ are here to help power tiny medical robots

Nov 23, 2016 10:16 am

Researchers in Germany think they’ve found a way to harness magnetic fields to greater effect in tiny robots, using microbubbles to power devices.

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