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5 Apr 2017
A team of scientists have discovered why malaria mosquitoes prefer to feed on blood from people infected with malaria, and their research could lead to new ways to fight the disease.
1 Apr 2017
Behind every order, you place online is a picker, a person who navigates a warehouse to find the item you ordered, picks that item off a shelf and brings it to be shipped.
30 Mar 2017
Scientists use stem cells to grow a near life-like mouse embryo in a lab in Cambridge, a breakthrough with implications for research into the early stages of human pregnancy.
28 Mar 2017
The Israeli makers of Optimus, a fully automated drone, hope it will be rolled out in industrial facilities, seaports, power plants, and oil and gas facilities across the globe.
27 Mar 2017
A San Francisco start-up is embracing environmental sustainability and cashing in with a line of woman's shoes made of recycles water bottles.
23 Mar 2017
Adrian Ludwig, Google's director of Android security, discusses Android's security year in review and the planned update to the Android operating system with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Technology."
21 Mar 2017
As drones get cheaper and more powerful, even off-the-shelf consumer drones are being turned into weapons.
18 Mar 2017
The future is racing towards electric cars. They’re getting greener, faster and more accessible by the day. Yet their impact on the environment is real.
16 Mar 2017
The U.S. government accused Russia of directing some of the world’s most notorious cyber criminals to break into computer systems, namely half-billion accounts at Yahoo, in a broad scheme that married illicit profits and intelligence gathering.
4 Mar 2017
Chief information officers from major oil and gas companies speak at the Bloomberg Future of Cyber Security.
3 Mar 2017
Nintendo's Switch console goes on sale in a global launch seen as key to the Japanese video game giant reversing flagging sales and moving past the failure of its last console, the Wii U.
1 Mar 2017
A robotics platform for the evaluation and the rehabilitation of the lower limbs and body has been developed by a spin-off of the Italian Institute of Technology.

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