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Walmart now want to test drones for home delivery

Oct 27, 2015 09:00 am

Walmart has latched onto the thinking of home delivery rival Amazon and start investigating if drones can do the leg work.

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15-year-old Antrim schoolboy arrested in connection with TalkTalk hack

Oct 27, 2015 07:39 am

Scotland Yard has confirmed that a 15-year-old schoolboy from Antrim in Northern Ireland has been arrested over suspicion of his involvement in last week’s TalkTalk website attack.

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AI player Nuritas raises US$3.2m in record first-round financing

Oct 27, 2015 07:20 am

Dublin start-up Nuritas, which specialises in artificial intelligence to reinvent therapeutics, has raised US$3.2m, from Singapore-based New Protein Capital.

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Gadgets news: Jet surfboard and Xiaomi mini scooter

Oct 26, 2015 03:00 pm

This week in gadget happenings, Xiaomi is releasing a mini Segway-like scooter, while someone has only gone and built a surfboard with a jet engine attached.

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Watch: How autonomous cars were envisioned in 1956

Oct 26, 2015 12:00 pm

We hear a lot about the development of autonomous cars these days by the likes of Tesla and Volvo, but 60 years, ago the idea was already being hashed out by futurists at General Motors (GM).

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4 points on what WP29’s statement on the Schrems ruling means for business

Oct 26, 2015 11:00 am

Mason Hayes and Curran looks at the statement published by the EU's body of data protection regulators following the recent ruling in the Max Schrems case.

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