(Bloomberg) -- It’s the kind of balancing act Britain may have to get used to as the country forges its way in the world after leaving the European Union.Three days before Brexit becomes reality after years of infighting, the government in London is trying to reconcile an increasingly truculent U.S.
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The information was found in a pre-launch video on the high-end folding Android device, slated for launch on February 14.
As the iPad marks the tenth anniversary of its unveiling, industry experts examine how the tablet has changed the technology industry.
A pioneer of the increasingly crowded market for online mattress sellers has said it could be worth 40pc less than previously thought as investors’ appetite for loss-making “unicorn” start-ups wanes.
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'The world is changing now': why education and climate activism go hand in handFor students and universities, tackling the climate crisis is a shared responsibility
A report, led by an international team of scientists, mapped over 100 locations where tropical forests and coral reefs have been affected by hurricanes, floods, heatwaves, droughts and fires.
Default passwords such as 1,2,3,4 are to be banned in smart devices, the Government has announced as part of a crackdown on hacking.
Internet users across the world are struggling to access Google Docs applications after the service went down.The word processing app, which also hosts Google's spreadsheet service Sheets and submission host Forms among others, failed to load for users across the world at around 6:30pm GMT with many
MPs warn against "nesting the dragon" in UK network as the United States puts pressure on PM to block tech giant.
People who develop Parkinson's disease before the age of 50 may have been born with disordered brain cells, according to new research. Scientists say the abnormalities may have gone undetected for years, and their research also suggests they could be treated with a drug that already exists. It