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Reporting on automated poverty: How tech is punishing the poor
By Jessica Reed & Ed Pilkington*
'Ghost' footprints from Pleistocene Era revealed by radar tech
Invisible footprints hiding since the end of the last ice age — and what lies beneath them — have been discovered by Cornell University researchers using a special type of radar in a novel way.
UK tech firms secure record amount of foreign investment
Fast-growing UK tech companies secured a record of £5.5 billion in foreign investment in the first seven months of this year, according to research for the government’s digital economy council.
Microsoft invests millions, opens new tech center in Sydney
Microsoft opened a new multimillion-dollar technology center in Sydney, Australia, backed by strategic partnerships with DXC Technology — a B2B multinational corporation — and the New South Wales (NSW) government.
Tech giants won’t like it, but digital tax must become reality
Tax authorities across Europe are increasingly asking themselves why, in the digital age, an ordinary citizen would pay tax if they could avoid doing so.
ANU applies space tech to predict future droughts and bushfires
Large swathes of Australia have been in drought for several years, continually resulting in difficult farming conditions and increasing instances of bushfires across the country.
Tech revolution will help farmers harvest sunshine with their crops
By Emma Bryce*
Tech firms see good times as flexible displays roll and fold
Electronic displays that fold, roll and bend have finally arrived after years of development, and tech firms are touting the technology as a potential source of growth and new applications.
Marketing services deals reached $33b in 2018, tech companies lead
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the marketing world reached $33 billion in 2018, an increase of 144 percent on the previous year, according to consultancy R3.
Tech preview of most new gadgets to be showcased at CES 2019
The CES trade show is powering up again in Vegas, the US. Most of the biggest names in tech and stacks of startups you have never heard of will compete for attention over the next week (Jan 8-11).
The tech firm whose staff are all autistic
By Jane Wakefield*
Eight themes that tell 2018 tech story
By Shira Ovide*
If tech experts worry about AI, shouldn’t you?
By John Naughton*
Shenzhen, China's reform pioneer, leads tech revolution
The southern city of Shenzhen is the symbol of the transformative reforms launched by China 40 years ago: Former fishing villages that morphed into a global manufacturing hub.
Tech firms dominate Dublin office space take-up
As many as 6,700 jobs were created in the tech sector in the Irish capital of Dublin between July and September this year, according to a report from Savills.
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