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Two years ago a single bitcoin was worth around $5. Today it is worth around $600. Now one economist has worked out exactly what forces are behind this dramatic increase.
A simpler programming language from Apple could broaden the pool of apps and help make them more interactive.
Some of the machines acquired recently by Google represent a giant leap forward for robot-kind.
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Google came up with a new approach to its self-driving car project because humans trusted its previous prototypes too much.
Early testers are building a range of prototypes from drones to immersive video games using Google’s 3-D mapping smartphone.
Samsung's wrist-worn Simband prototype could be the basis for a new wave of personal health tracking devices.
A recent demonstration involving two trucks tethered by computer control shows how automation and vehicle-to-vehicle communication are creeping onto the roads.