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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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Technology Scientists are developing a way of editing genes to prevent illnesses, and some major pharmaceutical companies think it could revolutionise healthcare

Gene therapy could eradicate cancer and heart disease

Scientists are developing a way of editing genes to prevent illnesses, and some major pharmaceutical companies think it could revolutionise healthcare

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Featured Ruth Porat has traded Morgan Stanley for Google and joined the growing list of Wall Street names jumping ship to Silicon Valley

Google hires Wall Street’s most powerful woman

Ruth Porat has traded Morgan Stanley for Google and joined the growing list of Wall Street names jumping ship to Silicon Valley

Featured Google's new system will change the way businesses advertise on television by more accurately measuring viewing behaviour

Google makes a play for television advertising market

Google’s new system will change the way businesses advertise on television by more accurately measuring viewing behaviour

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Featured An increasing number of wealthy and well-educated women are driving China’s e-commerce, outspending their US equivalents by double

Women to thank for China’s tech boom

An increasing number of wealthy and well-educated women are driving China’s e-commerce, outspending their US equivalents by double

Technology GE Healthcare's innovations focus on improving access, quality of care, and cost

Is wearable technology the new panacea for our healthcare ills?

GE Healthcare’s innovations focus on improving access, quality of care, and cost

Featured For years the video game powerhouse refrained from bringing classic Nintendo games to mobile platforms, but has now bowed to the pressure

Mario goes mobile: Nintendo to rethink its strategy

For years the video game powerhouse refrained from bringing classic Nintendo games to mobile platforms, but has now bowed to the pressure

Technology Condeco Software CEO Paul Statham explores how Singapore and neighbouring Asian hubs are investing heavily in talent and innovation

Statham: ‘Asia could rival Silicon Valley as future tech hub capital’

Condeco Software CEO Paul Statham explores how Singapore and neighbouring Asian hubs are investing heavily in talent and innovation

Featured Facing a cyber security breach lasting over four months, the State Department has enforced the planned outage of its internet system for upgrading

US steps up its action against cyber attacks

Facing a cyber security breach lasting over four months, the State Department has enforced the planned outage of its internet system for upgrading

Technology Craig Erlam speaks to The New Economy about how the Apple Watch's success is as much about profits as it is about proving Tim Cook’s innovation heir apparent status to Steve Jobs

Is the Apple Watch living up to the hype?

Craig Erlam speaks to The New Economy about how the Apple Watch’s success is as much about profits as it is about proving Tim Cook’s innovation heir apparent status to Steve Jobs

Technology The New Economy speaks with Frank Abagnale author of Catch me if you can and The art of the steal on advising the FBI and his tricks of the trade

Abagnale: You’ve had your ID stolen

The New Economy speaks with Frank Abagnale author of Catch me if you can and The art of the steal on advising the FBI and his tricks of the trade

Featured Direct phone calls can be made between Cuba and the US for the first time in well over a decade, signalling huge potential for internet access in the poorly connected country

US and Cuba re-establish phone lines

Direct phone calls can be made between Cuba and the US for the first time in well over a decade, signalling huge potential for internet access in the poorly connected country

Featured Although the Apple Watch is the subject on everyone's lips, there was an even more important announcement made this week by the tech powerhouse

Apple’s ResearchKit revolutionises medicine

Although the Apple Watch is the subject on everyone’s lips, there was an even more important announcement made this week by the tech powerhouse

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