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Onkalo aims to solve the 100,000-year problem of nuclear waste storage

Nuclear waste will remain a deadly threat for hundreds of thousands of years. Despite having decades of hazardous waste in temporary storage, the world is only now finalising plans for long-term containment

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Business The phones at this year’s MWC have taken cues from the past, as rivals look to capitalise on Samsung’s recent weakness

Mobile World Congress goes back to the future as old becomes new

The phones at this year’s MWC have taken cues from the past, as rivals look to capitalise on Samsung’s recent weakness

Technology BlackBerry's last keyboard phone, the Classic, will no longer be produced, drawing the curtains on what was once the world's leading mobile

BlackBerry to end production of Classic keyboard phone

BlackBerry’s last keyboard phone, the Classic, will no longer be produced, drawing the curtains on what was once the world’s leading mobile

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Technology What happened to bring mobile device goliath Blackberry to its knees?

The decline of BlackBerry

What happened to bring mobile device goliath Blackberry to its knees?

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Strategy Once dominant in the mobile phone market, Nokia has all but retreated. But don’t write it off just yet; the company could be about to make a return

Nok over yet: could Nokia’s fortunes be about to change?

Once dominant in the mobile phone market, Nokia has all but retreated. But don’t write it off just yet; the company could be about to make a return

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