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Many believe the US is on the brink of a new industrial age, as it benefits from a recent energy boom. Here we look at the major components of hydraulic fracturing, its environmental implications, and its impact on the US and global economies

Shale gas extraction explained

Many believe the US is on the brink of a new industrial age, as it benefits from a recent energy boom. Here we look at the major components of hydraulic fracturing, its environmental implications, and its impact on the US and global economies

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Technology The company’s latest high-profile acquisition will further the tech giant’s plans to beam internet from drones to rural and underdeveloped areas

Google beats Facebook to buy drone-makers Titan Aerospace

The company’s latest high-profile acquisition will further the tech giant’s plans to beam internet from drones to rural and underdeveloped areas

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Technology In the latest of patent infringement cases between Apple and Samsung, Apple is now claiming $2.2bn in damages following expert testimony

Apple-Samsung patent case reaches billion-dollar height

In the latest of patent infringement cases between Apple and Samsung, Apple is now claiming $2.2bn in damages following expert testimony

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Technology The New Economy travels to the 2014 Innorobo conference in France to meet Nao: a humanoid robot capable of emulating human behaviour and expressing emotions

Nao is the time for robolution: humanoid robot creates a buzz at Innorobo 2014 | Video

The New Economy travels to the 2014 Innorobo conference in France to meet Nao: a humanoid robot capable of emulating human behaviour and expressing emotions

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Technology The New Economy speaks to Jeffrey Budiman and Michael Budi from Southeast Asia's largest augmented reality and innovation technology company, Augmented Reality & Co, to discuss the future of augmented reality

Augmented reality to make dreams come true | AR&Co | Video

The New Economy speaks to Jeffrey Budiman and Michael Budi from Southeast Asia’s largest augmented reality and innovation technology company, Augmented Reality & Co, to discuss the future of augmented reality

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Technology Microsoft has announced that they will end XP, which has served to frustrate consumers and businesses that are left with no option but to upgrade

Microsoft to retire Windows XP support despite high user rates

Microsoft has announced that they will end XP, which has served to frustrate consumers and businesses that are left with no option but to upgrade

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Technology We examine the top 20 cities that look the likeliest to drive change in the future, in The New Economy’s Smart Cities 2014

The rise of the smart city

We examine the top 20 cities that look the likeliest to drive change in the future, in The New Economy’s Smart Cities 2014

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Technology Across the US and Europe, smartphone manufacturers have been locked in battle over patent disputes, with some of the most prolific cases revolving around Samsung and Apple. As damages reach into the billions, Selwyn Parker surveys the carnage

Game of Phones: tech kings clash in smartphone patent wars

Across the US and Europe, smartphone manufacturers have been locked in battle over patent disputes, with some of the most prolific cases revolving around Samsung and Apple. As damages reach into the billions, Selwyn Parker surveys the carnage

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Technology From telepresence to home surveillance, the future of robotics looks bright, as The New Economy found out at the Innorobo 2014 conference in Lyon earlier this month

Future of robotics gets people talking at Innorobo 2014 | Video

From telepresence to home surveillance, the future of robotics looks bright, as The New Economy found out at the Innorobo 2014 conference in Lyon earlier this month

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Technology Television is dead and the laptop’s the box they’re going to bury it in. Business models are shifting and new players are coming through as TV goes digital

How Netflix et al are killing off television as we know it

Television is dead and the laptop’s the box they’re going to bury it in. Business models are shifting and new players are coming through as TV goes digital

Technology Thanks to a young, talented workforce and a citywide scheme to create a sustainable society, Utrecht has recently been voted the most competitive region in Europe

Utrecht’s competitive edge is taking its economy to new heights

Thanks to a young, talented workforce and a citywide scheme to create a sustainable society, Utrecht has recently been voted the most competitive region in Europe

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Technology With impressive image clarity and precision, PCO's sCMOS image sensors are aiding scientific advancement and fast gaining attention among photography enthusiasts

PCO’s sCMOS camera systems give science new focus

With impressive image clarity and precision, PCO’s sCMOS image sensors are aiding scientific advancement and fast gaining attention among photography enthusiasts

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Technology The e-City initiative has transformed the City of Luxembourg; it has brought internet access to public places and connected mobile devices to a citywide information platform

The e-City of Luxembourg

The e-City initiative has transformed the City of Luxembourg; it has brought internet access to public places and connected mobile devices to a citywide information platform

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