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Nuclear waste will remain a deadly threat for hundreds of thousands of years. Despite having decades of hazardous waste in temporary storage, the world is only now finalising plans for long-term containment

Onkalo aims to solve the 100,000-year problem of nuclear waste storage

Nuclear waste will remain a deadly threat for hundreds of thousands of years. Despite having decades of hazardous waste in temporary storage, the world is only now finalising plans for long-term containment

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Technology Growing media giant Snapchat has rebranded itself to reflect that it is no longer just a social network, as it unveils its first piece of hardware

Snapchat rebrands as ‘Snap’

Growing media giant Snapchat has rebranded itself to reflect that it is no longer just a social network, as it unveils its first piece of hardware

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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

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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?

Technology Wearable technology is developing at an exponential rate – what innovation can we expect in the future?

How can wearables solve problems of the future?

Wearable technology is developing at an exponential rate – what innovation can we expect in the future?

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Technology The Internet of Things promises both disruption and innovative solutions – what do businesses need to know?

Why should businesses care about the Internet of Things?

The Internet of Things promises both disruption and innovative solutions – what do businesses need to know?

Technology The market for wearable technology is expected to reach $70bn this year. Despite that fantastic growth, the potential for wearables in healthcare has been overlooked

The wearable technology market is still undervalued

The market for wearable technology is expected to reach $70bn this year. Despite that fantastic growth, the potential for wearables in healthcare has been overlooked

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Technology The Internet of Things has reached baby grows, but experts warn there is no evidence monitoring devices on infants can keep your child safe

Does wearable tech for babies help anyone?

The Internet of Things has reached baby grows, but experts warn there is no evidence monitoring devices on infants can keep your child safe

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Strategy Employers are making use of firms such as Virgin Pulse to monitor the health of their workers. While presented as a benefit to employees, these services raise a number of concerns

Virgin on the extreme: businesses use wearable tech to spy on employees

Employers are making use of firms such as Virgin Pulse to monitor the health of their workers. While presented as a benefit to employees, these services raise a number of concerns

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Technology Levi Strauss and Google have teamed up to produce the jeans of the future – denim with the power to connect users to their smartphones and tablets

The super jean is here! Levi’s and Google collaborate

Levi Strauss and Google have teamed up to produce the jeans of the future – denim with the power to connect users to their smartphones and tablets

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Perspectives Google Glass was the most hotly anticipated invention of last year – until it flopped and was shelved. Laura French looks at what went wrong

Google Glass: the post-mortem

Google Glass was the most hotly anticipated invention of last year – until it flopped and was shelved. Laura French looks at what went wrong

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