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A British design firm has big plans for its latest project. Out of fashion for 80 years, the airship could be about to rise again

Hybrid colossus takes to the sky

A British design firm has big plans for its latest project. Out of fashion for 80 years, the airship could be about to rise again

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

Technology

Featured Spotify's CEO has apologised, after recent changes to the music streaming service's privacy policy angered customers

Spotify angers users with privacy policy changes

Spotify’s CEO has apologised, after recent changes to the music streaming service’s privacy policy angered customers

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

Technology Canadian tech start-up Kik receives $50m investment from Tencent - China’s largest internet firm

Tencent invests $50m in Canadian app

Canadian tech start-up Kik receives $50m investment from Tencent – China’s largest internet firm

Technology Adding athletic, muscular definition with technology and technique

Six pack or 1080-pack? Exploring high definition lipo-sculpture

Adding athletic, muscular definition with technology and technique

Technology A young Dutch inventor is on a mission to pluck plastic pollution out of the world’s oceans, but will his system work?

Boyan Slat: the 21-year-old saving our oceans

A young Dutch inventor is on a mission to pluck plastic pollution out of the world’s oceans, but will his system work?

Technology The EU Commission has offered the US tech giant more time to respond to allegations that the company abused its search engine’s market dominance to favour its shopping service

Google given more time to answer EU anti-trust charges

The EU Commission has offered the US tech giant more time to respond to allegations that the company abused its search engine’s market dominance to favour its shopping service

Technology Here we look at some of the biggest names in tech and how their commitments to diversity compare

Five big tech companies and their diversity statistics

Here we look at some of the biggest names in tech and how their commitments to diversity compare

Business How are technological innovations changing the financial landscape, and why are many institutions falling behind?

Fintech: resupplying the supply chain

How are technological innovations changing the financial landscape, and why are many institutions falling behind?

Technology Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation hopes to find matching commercial funding to invest in its successful start-ups

“Bet on the jockey, not the horse”: HKSTP launches $6.5m fund for tech start-ups

Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation hopes to find matching commercial funding to invest in its successful start-ups

Technology John Brough explains how building automation systems can help win back budget and create safer environments for patients

Delta Controls provides smarter solutions for patient safety

John Brough explains how building automation systems can help win back budget and create safer environments for patients

Technology Google has announced the creation of Alphabet, a new holding company that will preside over many its more unconventional acquisitions

Google creates ‘Alphabet’ in surprise restructuring

Google has announced the creation of Alphabet, a new holding company that will preside over many its more unconventional acquisitions

Featured This week the online social networking service saw its shares fall by more than 10 percent after attempts to replace its former CEO failed, leaving the door wide open for a potential takeover bid

Google eyes up Twitter as the latter’s shares plummet

This week the online social networking service saw its shares fall by more than 10 percent after attempts to replace its former CEO failed, leaving the door wide open for a potential takeover bid

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