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Facebook has confirmed the legitimacy of recent reports highlighting the company's data-sharing relationships with several Chinese tech firms, some of which have since been restricted in the US on security grounds Technology

Facebook confirms data-sharing relationships with Chinese companies

Facebook has confirmed the legitimacy of recent reports highlighting the company’s data-sharing relationships with several Chinese tech firms, some of which have since been restricted in the US on security grounds

Toshiba has offloaded a majority stake in its PC business, Toshiba Client Solutions, to Japanese rival Sharp. The move will see Sharp re-enter the PC market after an eight-year absence Business

Sharp re-enters PC market with purchase of Toshiba subsidiary

Toshiba has offloaded a majority stake in its PC business, Toshiba Client Solutions, to Japanese rival Sharp. The move will see Sharp re-enter the PC market after an eight-year absence

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As of September, international diamond group De Beers will start selling lower-priced, lab-made gemstones to non-industrial consumers via its newly formed subsidiary, Lightbox Technology

De Beers set to begin selling synthetic diamonds to retail customers

As of September, international diamond group De Beers will start selling lower-priced, lab-made gemstones to non-industrial consumers via its newly formed subsidiary, Lightbox

In a case that stretches back to 2011, Samsung has been ordered to pay damages to Apple for patent infringements Technology

Apple awarded $539m in patent infringement damages from Samsung

In a case that stretches back to 2011, Samsung has been ordered to pay damages to Apple for patent infringements

China has announced it will reduce tariffs on both cars and auto parts, providing foreign companies with better access to the Chinese market and further easing trade tensions with the US Strategy

China set to cut tariffs on auto imports

China has announced it will reduce tariffs on both cars and auto parts, providing foreign companies with better access to the Chinese market and further easing trade tensions with the US

Sony has reached an agreement to purchase the controlling stake in EMI for $2.3bn, giving the tech giant access to more than two million songs from hit artists such as Kanye West, Pharrell Williams and Queen Business

Sony buys controlling stake in music publisher EMI

Sony has reached an agreement to purchase the controlling stake in EMI for $2.3bn, giving the tech giant access to more than two million songs from hit artists such as Kanye West, Pharrell Williams and Queen

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Facebook has confirmed the legitimacy of recent reports highlighting the company's data-sharing relationships with several Chinese tech firms, some of which have since been restricted in the US on security grounds

Facebook confirms data-sharing relationships with Chinese companies

Facebook has confirmed the legitimacy of recent reports highlighting the company’s data-sharing relationships with several Chinese tech firms, some of which have since been restricted in the US on security grounds

As of September, international diamond group De Beers will start selling lower-priced, lab-made gemstones to non-industrial consumers via its newly formed subsidiary, Lightbox

De Beers set to begin selling synthetic diamonds to retail customers

As of September, international diamond group De Beers will start selling lower-priced, lab-made gemstones to non-industrial consumers via its newly formed subsidiary, Lightbox

In a case that stretches back to 2011, Samsung has been ordered to pay damages to Apple for patent infringements

Apple awarded $539m in patent infringement damages from Samsung

In a case that stretches back to 2011, Samsung has been ordered to pay damages to Apple for patent infringements

Concerns about data security skyrocketed following Facebook's data breach scandal. Businesses must protect their data, but employee privacy shouldn't be compromised in the process

Protection vs privacy: the problem with mobile device management

Concerns about data security skyrocketed following Facebook’s data breach scandal. Businesses must protect their data, but employee privacy shouldn’t be compromised in the process

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Solar panels will adorn every new home built in California from 2020, as the state pushes forward with its progressive climate change goals

California becomes first state to require solar panels on all new homes

Solar panels will adorn every new home built in California from 2020, as the state pushes forward with its progressive climate change goals

A report by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers has proposed a new method of energy storage using hydrogen, which it says works more effectively than lithium-ion batteries

Hydrogen could be the answer to energy storage conundrum

A report by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers has proposed a new method of energy storage using hydrogen, which it says works more effectively than lithium-ion batteries

French oil and gas major Total has strengthened its position in its home market with the purchase of Direct Énergie, further expanding its business downstream

Total buys controlling stake in natural gas and renewables company Direct Énergie

French oil and gas major Total has strengthened its position in its home market with the purchase of Direct Énergie, further expanding its business downstream

Developing nations stand to suffer the most if climate change isn’t dealt with. As such, scientists from these countries are proposing to invest more in solar geoengineering research

Developing nations lead the charge in tackling solar radiation

Developing nations stand to suffer the most if climate change isn’t dealt with. As such, scientists from these countries are proposing to invest more in solar geoengineering research

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Business
Toshiba has offloaded a majority stake in its PC business, Toshiba Client Solutions, to Japanese rival Sharp. The move will see Sharp re-enter the PC market after an eight-year absence

Sharp re-enters PC market with purchase of Toshiba subsidiary

Toshiba has offloaded a majority stake in its PC business, Toshiba Client Solutions, to Japanese rival Sharp. The move will see Sharp re-enter the PC market after an eight-year absence

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Sony has reached an agreement to purchase the controlling stake in EMI for $2.3bn, giving the tech giant access to more than two million songs from hit artists such as Kanye West, Pharrell Williams and Queen

Sony buys controlling stake in music publisher EMI

Sony has reached an agreement to purchase the controlling stake in EMI for $2.3bn, giving the tech giant access to more than two million songs from hit artists such as Kanye West, Pharrell Williams and Queen

PayPal’s purchase of point-of-sale firm iZettle, the fintech start-up that helps small businesses avoid some of the prohibitive costs associated with taking card payments, will be the company’s biggest acquisition to date

PayPal agrees to buy payments start-up iZettle for $2.2bn

PayPal’s purchase of point-of-sale firm iZettle, the fintech start-up that helps small businesses avoid some of the prohibitive costs associated with taking card payments, will be the company’s biggest acquisition to date

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YouTube will launch the latest version of its music streaming service on May 22, updating old features and replacing Google Play Music in the process

YouTube to launch revamped music streaming service

YouTube will launch the latest version of its music streaming service on May 22, updating old features and replacing Google Play Music in the process

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China has announced it will reduce tariffs on both cars and auto parts, providing foreign companies with better access to the Chinese market and further easing trade tensions with the US

China set to cut tariffs on auto imports

China has announced it will reduce tariffs on both cars and auto parts, providing foreign companies with better access to the Chinese market and further easing trade tensions with the US

Russian antivirus provider Kaspersky Lab aims to relocate the majority of its operations to Switzerland by the end of next year, as the company seeks to soothe fears that its products are being used to spy on users

Kaspersky Lab set to leave Russia in a bid to “increase its transparency”

Russian antivirus provider Kaspersky Lab aims to relocate the majority of its operations to Switzerland by the end of next year, as the company seeks to soothe fears that its products are being used to spy on users

On May 25, GDPR will come into force, requiring companies to comply with strict new data protection laws. To do so successfully, they must understand the difference between structured and unstructured data

Securing data in the lead up to GDPR

On May 25, GDPR will come into force, requiring companies to comply with strict new data protection laws. To do so successfully, they must understand the difference between structured and unstructured data

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Virgin has partnered with the State of Maharashtra to build the world's first hyperloop track. The ultra-fast rail system will connect Mumbai and Pune, decreasing commute times and helping to modernise India’s transport infrastructure

India and Virgin reveal ambitious plans for the world’s first hyperloop

Virgin has partnered with the State of Maharashtra to build the world’s first hyperloop track. The ultra-fast rail system will connect Mumbai and Pune, decreasing commute times and helping to modernise India’s transport infrastructure

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