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Tidal bore energy was harnessed as far back as the 1960s. It’s predictable, renewable and can produce massive amounts of power; but it’s also costly and damaging

Tidal bore energy: how its harnessed

Tidal bore energy was harnessed as far back as the 1960s. It’s predictable, renewable and can produce massive amounts of power; but it’s also costly and damaging

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Technology The Jennifer Lawrence nude photo leak put the world's attention on cyber-crime as a pervasive issue, affecting virtually every corporation around the world - but do firms need to be worried?

The cyber-crime threat: are you the problem? | Video

The Jennifer Lawrence nude photo leak put the world’s attention on cyber-crime as a pervasive issue, affecting virtually every corporation around the world – but do firms need to be worried?

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Featured With goals beyond profit-making, charitable organisations are seeing the benefit of crowdfunded financing

Why non-profits are flocking to crowdfunding platforms

With goals beyond profit-making, charitable organisations are seeing the benefit of crowdfunded financing

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Featured The TV streaming company is evolving to reach a greater proportion of the available market, leading to a slower growth rate

Could Europe be to blame for Netflix’s low subscription rate?

The TV streaming company is evolving to reach a greater proportion of the available market, leading to a slower growth rate

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Featured Finland's prime minister has blamed the tech giant for undermining its two chief industries. But is he being a bit unfair?

Dear Finland, it’s not Apple’s fault your economy’s flagging

Finland’s prime minister has blamed the tech giant for undermining its two chief industries. But is he being a bit unfair?

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Technology A subprime auto loan boom following the financial crisis has brought about a new evil, in the form of the virtual repo man

Loan providers to punish late payers through car disablement

A subprime auto loan boom following the financial crisis has brought about a new evil, in the form of the virtual repo man

Technology Wearable tech has been a hot topic ever since Google announced its glasses and Samsung helped pioneer the smartwatch. Now a slew of young researchers are investing in wearable fashion that generates sustainable energy

Sustainable style: the young designers revolutionising clothing

Wearable tech has been a hot topic ever since Google announced its glasses and Samsung helped pioneer the smartwatch. Now a slew of young researchers are investing in wearable fashion that generates sustainable energy

Technology In the wake of its most successful iPhone launch in September, Apple fails to impress with the iPad Air 2

Apple divides the crowd at underwhelming iPad launch

In the wake of its most successful iPhone launch in September, Apple fails to impress with the iPad Air 2

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Technology Professor Karsten König of JenLab explains how femtosecond lasers are making an impact in nanosurgery, from stem cells to sunscreen

JenLab’s nanotechnology solutions speed up skin cancer detection

Professor Karsten König of JenLab explains how femtosecond lasers are making an impact in nanosurgery, from stem cells to sunscreen

Technology Britain has a rich and proud history of invention – it helped create the modern world. However, it has a lousy track record in making any money from its innovations

The Brits: great at inventing, not so successful at monetising

Britain has a rich and proud history of invention – it helped create the modern world. However, it has a lousy track record in making any money from its innovations

Technology SynCardia, winner of the 2014 New Economy Award for Best Medical Device Company, explains how its temporary Total Artificial Heart bridges the gap to a donor heart transplant

Hundreds of lives transformed by SynCardia’s artificial heart

SynCardia, winner of the 2014 New Economy Award for Best Medical Device Company, explains how its temporary Total Artificial Heart bridges the gap to a donor heart transplant

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Technology Medical technology is a competitive market in which only truly groundbreaking products thrive. Stryker, winner of our Best Endoscopic Innovations Company 2014 award with its 1488 Endoscopic Camera, tells us how it is done

Stryker’s 1488 Endoscopic Camera a ‘game changer’ for healthcare

Medical technology is a competitive market in which only truly groundbreaking products thrive. Stryker, winner of our Best Endoscopic Innovations Company 2014 award with its 1488 Endoscopic Camera, tells us how it is done

Home It looks like cloud gaming will render the dedicated games console redundant, and transform gaming from a product into a service. Matt Timms picks up a controller and finds out

The future is cloudy for consoles as video games move online

It looks like cloud gaming will render the dedicated games console redundant, and transform gaming from a product into a service. Matt Timms picks up a controller and finds out

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