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Just when Google thought it was safe to enter the water to lay its giant internet cable between the US and Japan, it discovered it must contend with the ocean’s top predator

The sharks that are biting into Google’s cable systems

Just when Google thought it was safe to enter the water to lay its giant internet cable between the US and Japan, it discovered it must contend with the ocean’s top predator

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Crowdfunding success: how Kickstarter kicked off

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C02 emissions per passenger

The world may be becoming more environmentally conscious, but carbon emissions are still a major source of concern. We examine the modes of transport with …

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US workplace fatalities decline

Workplace fatalities in the US are decreasing, according to the Bureau of Labor. However, this is not cause to be complacent – accidents at work …

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Papering over the damage

As more people shift to computers, smartphones and tablets to read the news, one could be forgiven for thinking this is having a positive impact …

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The EADS Airbus A300 Beluga

An Airbus A300 Beluga aircraft is loaded with wings at the Airbus SAS wing assembly factory in Broughton, England. EADS, the owner of Airbus, has …

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3D printing: voyage into the third dimension

Additive manufacturing – or ‘3D printing’ as it is popularly known – has been used to manufacture prototypes for almost 30 years. In the past …

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It’s going to be lonely at the top

On May 28, a 408ft spire was fitted to the top of One World Trade Centre (1WTC) in New York. While the developers will tell …

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28,000 rivers disappear

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Tesla’s positive buzz

Though it revealed a net loss of $90m for Q4 2012 ñ approximately $0.79 per share ñ electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla maintained its predictions of …

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