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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

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 South Korean special prosecutors have charged the Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman with bribery and embezzlement

Samsung heir formally indicted in South Korean bribery scandal

South Korean special prosecutors have charged the Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman with bribery and embezzlement

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 Finally, 3D TV has met its end, with the last two manufacturers winding-up production in 2017

Sony and LG the last two to bid adieu to 3D TV

Finally, 3D TV has met its end, with the last two manufacturers winding-up production in 2017

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Technology After exhaustive investigations, Samsung has finally explained the reason for the explosive failure of the Galaxy Note 7

Samsung reveals cause of Galaxy Note 7 explosions

After exhaustive investigations, Samsung has finally explained the reason for the explosive failure of the Galaxy Note 7

Business Senior Samsung executives are to be questioned by South Korean special prosecutors over an ongoing political corruption investigation

Top Samsung executives questioned in government corruption probe

Senior Samsung executives are to be questioned by South Korean special prosecutors over an ongoing political corruption investigation

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Technology As reports flood in of replacement Galaxy Note 7s still catching fire, Samsung is temporarily halting the production of its flagship phablet

Samsung halts production as ‘fixed’ Galaxy Note 7 devices continue to ignite

As reports flood in of replacement Galaxy Note 7s still catching fire, Samsung is temporarily halting the production of its flagship phablet

Technology Samsung has entered the Chinese mobile payments market in a bid to boost its reputation in the country

Samsung Pay launches in China

Samsung has entered the Chinese mobile payments market in a bid to boost its reputation in the country

Mobile World Congress 2016 After its market share plunged in China, Samsung's mobile chief says his company's fortunes are about to turn around

Samsung is getting over its Chinese burn

After its market share plunged in China, Samsung’s mobile chief says his company’s fortunes are about to turn around

Technology Samsung has released its own mobile payment service to rival Apple Pay, and believes that its expansive coverage could lend it the upper hand

Samsung Pay opens – a rival to Apple Pay

Samsung has released its own mobile payment service to rival Apple Pay, and believes that its expansive coverage could lend it the upper hand

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Technology Samsung has been ousted as the largest seller of smartphones in India by domestic vendor Micromax for the first time

Micromax overtakes Samsung in Indian phone market

Samsung has been ousted as the largest seller of smartphones in India by domestic vendor Micromax for the first time

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Business Samsung CEO Boo Keun Yoon has pledged $100m to make an open system for its hardware in a bid to hasten the impending Internet of Things revolution

Samsung to invest $100m to advance Internet of Things

Samsung CEO Boo Keun Yoon has pledged $100m to make an open system for its hardware in a bid to hasten the impending Internet of Things revolution

Technology A slowing smartphone market combined with a strong Korean currency and the rise of local competitors has cut Samsung’s profits for a third consecutive quarter

Samsung’s profits fall again as smartphone market declines

A slowing smartphone market combined with a strong Korean currency and the rise of local competitors has cut Samsung’s profits for a third consecutive quarter

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