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Uber has been a major success story, reaching a valuation of $50bn after just five years. But it’s not been a smooth ride and the firm is engaged in regulatory battles around the world

What problems does Uber currently face?

Uber has been a major success story, reaching a valuation of $50bn after just five years. But it’s not been a smooth ride and the firm is engaged in regulatory battles around the world

Social network participation among Fortune 500 CEOs Positive trends point to a US embrace of solar power

Technology

Technology Chinese firms are ramping up investment in virtual reality, approaching from the software and hardware sides. If handled well, it could be the boost the ailing Chinese economy needs

China looks to dominate the burgeoning virtual reality scene

Chinese firms are ramping up investment in virtual reality, approaching from the software and hardware sides. If handled well, it could be the boost the ailing Chinese economy needs

Technology A neurological study by a team at Imperial College London has uncovered previously unknown specifics of how LSD affects the brain, and how it could be used to treat psychiatric conditions and widen our understanding of the mystery of consciousness

Groundbreaking LSD study opens up new medical and philosophical applications

A neurological study by a team at Imperial College London has uncovered previously unknown specifics of how LSD affects the brain, and how it could be used to treat psychiatric conditions and widen our understanding of the mystery of consciousness

Technology The unveiling of Tesla's latest car signals the company's intention to make its cars a common sight on American roads

Tesla goes mainstream with Model 3

The unveiling of Tesla’s latest car signals the company’s intention to make its cars a common sight on American roads

Technology Susanne Chishti, CEO of angel investor network FinTech Circle, on financial technology innovation

How the $22bn fintech sector can change finance as we know it

Susanne Chishti, CEO of angel investor network FinTech Circle, on financial technology innovation

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Technology Steve Dunbar explains where the money is in IoT at the Wearable Technology Show

Microsoft lead on monetising the Internet of Things

Steve Dunbar explains where the money is in IoT at the Wearable Technology Show

Technology The Internet of Things is stated to be big. Estimates vary between 25bn to 50bn connected objects by 2020

Wearables will be the most visible area in the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things is stated to be big. Estimates vary between 25bn to 50bn connected objects by 2020

Technology Much like smartphones and tablets, wearables and the IoT are the next hot technology expected to take over

SAP: In the future everything will be connected

Much like smartphones and tablets, wearables and the IoT are the next hot technology expected to take over

Concerning:
Technology People and companies have struggled to escape passwords, but credible alternatives might finally be emerging

The slow death of passwords

People and companies have struggled to escape passwords, but credible alternatives might finally be emerging

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

Technology The smartwatch maker that popularised wearables is cutting back its workforce as the industry appears to be on unsteady ground

Pebble cuts 25 percent of staff

The smartwatch maker that popularised wearables is cutting back its workforce as the industry appears to be on unsteady ground

Technology Technology is disruptive and new advances even more so

Are fashion and digital functionality compatible?

Technology is disruptive and new advances even more so

Technology What is driving the innovation behind the Internet of Things, and what industries stand to be revolutionised?

Consumers want their wearables to be more human-like

What is driving the innovation behind the Internet of Things, and what industries stand to be revolutionised?

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