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3 mistakes you should avoid when writing a job advert

Jan 04, 2017 03:50 pm

The new year is typically a time for growth and change. For businesses, that can mean hiring for a slew of new roles. Hays’ Susie Timlin offers some tips on crafting the perfect job advert.

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Intel buys 15pc stake in Here to develop autonomous car mapping tech

Jan 04, 2017 03:06 pm

Intel has become the latest investor in the mapping and location software firm Here purchasing a 15pc stake to develop the company’s autonomous car tech.

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Nokia to develop 5G in France through R&D pact with B-com

Jan 04, 2017 02:40 pm

Nokia is to advance the development of 5G in France through an investment in French R&D powerhouse B-com.

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Hate your job? Here’s how to change your mindset

Jan 04, 2017 01:00 pm

If you’re just back at work, this can be one of the toughest weeks to get through. Is it just the January blues or are you really not happy? It might not be your job that’s the problem.

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3 simple ways to make your cover letter shine

Jan 04, 2017 11:50 am

With many job applications becoming streamlined on the internet, you might be lucky enough to evade the dreaded cover letter. But if you need to send one or you simply want to stand out, here’s how to make it shine.

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Amazon’s robot workforce grows by 50pc in just one year

Jan 04, 2017 11:49 am

E-commerce and cloud giant Amazon has revealed that it now has 45,000 robots across 20 fulfilment centres around the world.

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Possible Apple ‘theatre mode’ could help people use phones in cinemas

Jan 04, 2017 11:28 am

In what would surely be a very controversial move from Apple, the possible addition of a ‘theatre mode’ option in the next iteration of iOS would allow someone to look at their phone during a film in the cinema.

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Extremely rare, dual ringed galaxy discovered in deep space

Jan 04, 2017 10:26 am

Astronomers have captured the first glimpse of a ringed galaxy more than 359m light years away that is so rare, it is believed to exist in only 0.1pc of the known universe.

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Tesla in for a shock as Faraday Future EV makes its debut

Jan 04, 2017 08:59 am

With CES about to get underway in Las Vegas, the talk of the town has been the debut of the Faraday Future semi-autonomous electric vehicle, which logged a faster track time than Tesla’s fastest model.

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You can now 3D print your own sonic tractor beam

Jan 04, 2017 08:24 am

With some materials and a 3D printer, anyone can now 3D print their very own sonic tractor beams that use sound to attract the minutest of objects.

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