The traditional manufacturing market is worth $12tn, and HP is betting that 3D printing will take a big slice of that lucrative pie.
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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has accused the owner of US gossip magazine the National Enquirer of blackmail and extortion for threatening to publish “intimate photographs” of him and his lover.
Information technology giant IBM has a novel approach to improving an organisation’s response to a cyberattack: a state-of-the-art cyber watch floor located in an 18-wheel truck.
During the Super Bowl Halftime Show last night 150 glowing, synchronised drones floated over the playing field as Maroon 5 performed ‘She Will Be Loved’.
Oracle Executive Vice President and General Counsel Dorian Daley has branded Google’s attempts to overturn a jury decision to side with Oracle in the long-running dispute over Google’s use of Java code in its Android operating system as a “fabricated concern about innovation”.
Google has announced that it will appeal a €50m fine levied by French data regulator CNIL.
Google has been slapped with a €50m (£44m) fine by the French data regulator CNIL for breaching data protection law in the EU under GDPR.
Whilst the battle for market share between Android and iOS remains as fierce as ever, the demand for the latest Apple handset seems to be slowing.
Facebook’s future video strategy could involve selling its users subscriptions to pay-TV networks, such as HBO, in the hope that users will watch the content on Facebook Watch.
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2018 was undoubtedly the year that data privacy took centre stage, with the questionable practices of several social media giants concerning the use of user data held up for public scrutiny.
Queen Elizabeth Tower and the Great Bell, better known as Big Ben, are currently undergoing extensive renovation works, with the tower covered by 98m scaffolding while the 159-year-old structure is being repaired.
The first ever Boring Company tunnel will open later today in California after a delay of a week, offering an unprecedented view of Elon Musk’s novel approach to urban transport.
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Google has revealed the top Google searches of 2018, with celebrity deaths second only to the FIFA World Cup.
The hype surrounding the fifth generation of mobile internet has been around for a while now, but it looks like 2019 will be the year that consumers will finally get their hands on a 5G smartphone.
Businesses around the world are now spending more on digital and technology assets than on traditional mergers and acquisitions, a comprehensive report by leading global law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has found.
Smartwatch prices are set to reduce in the next year, fuelling 26% growth in the wider wearable device market, according to research by Gartner.
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