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2 days ago
#WEF2017: Job-stealing robots a concern
#WEF2017: Job-stealing robots a concern
World Economic Forum

Open markets and global trade have been blamed for job losses over the last decade, but global CEOs say the real culprits are machines

3 days ago
China’s $30bn plan to advance chip plans
China’s $30bn plan to advance chip plans

Tsinghua Unigroup plans to build a $30 billion memory-chip production complex that will become China’s largest.

3 days ago
Kenya targets 1 million digital jobs
Kenya targets 1 million digital jobs

Kenya has started a digital skills training programme to enable 1 million young people to secure freelance online work in the next year.

3 days ago
WeChat's mini programs could disrupt market
WeChat's mini programs could disrupt market

The biggest long-term threat to the iPhone isn’t Android, Samsung or China’s bevy of cheap phones.

4 days ago
Netflix soars as more viewers go online
Netflix soars as more viewers go online

The future of television just got a little clearer.

4 days ago
Toshiba fears larger than expected losses
Toshiba fears larger than expected losses
International

Toshiba could post a much larger loss than previously expected on its nuclear power business in the US.

4 days ago
Samsung chief staves off arrest
Samsung chief staves off arrest

A South Korean court dismisses an arrest warrant against the head of Samsung Group.

5 days ago
#WEF2017: Digitalisation needs to be harnessed
#WEF2017: Digitalisation needs to be harnessed
World Economic Forum

Digitalisation could benefit consumers more than businesses - but only if it was harnessed properly.

5 days ago
#WEF2017: AI and what it means for humans
#WEF2017: AI and what it means for humans
World Economic Forum

The fast-growing development of artificial intelligence should be used to augment - not replace - human capability and opportunity.