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Apple faces tough competition in China: ‘Alipay or WeChat Pay?’

Dong Ximiao was buying a meal at KFC in Hangzhou on a recent Sunday and pulled out his phone to pay, like everyone does in China, when the cashier asked: “Alipay or WeChat Pay?” The problem was, Dong wanted to ...

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Scientists find how using ‘satnav’ switches off parts of brain

LONDON: If you have long feared that using a ‘satnav’ navigation system to get to your destination is making you worse at finding the way alone, research now suggests you may be right. Scientists studying what satnavs do to the ...

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Cord-cutting millennials may break America’s Internet

Good news! There’s something else we might be able to blame on those darn millennials besides killing breakfast cereal and shunning the Olympics. They might also crush our disappointingly fragile digital highways. The US (and the world) is in the ...

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China’s police are now shooting down drones with radio-jamming rifles

A Chinese city’s police department is arming itself with more than 20 drone-jamming rifles to crack down on illegal drone flights. Police in Wuhan, central China , are going to be equipped with 20 of these rifles, which work by ...

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Hoverbike Scorpion-3 TRAILER 2017

They Wanted To Defy The Laws Of Gravity And They Invented A Unique Concept Taken From Science Fiction Movies- Discover The Invention Of The Future And You Will Love It!

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These BMW Designers Made a Hover Bike Out of LEGO and Turned It Into a Life-Size Replica

It all started last year when LEGO and BMW teamed up to release a replica LEGO version of the popular BMW R 1200 GS Adventure motorcycle. To take the collaboration one step further, the two design teams created a conceptual ...

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Robots will take over most jobs within 30 years, experts warn

The rise of robots could lead to unemployment rates greater than 50 per cent, according to Professor Moshe Vardi Robots will have taken over most jobs within 30 years leaving humanity facing its ‘biggest challenge ever’ to find meaning in ...

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Volvo’s first electric car is coming in 2019 with a $40,000 price tag

Volvo has revealed more details about the electric car it plans to launch in 2019. Volvo told Automotive News that the vehicle will have a 250-mile range and a starting price between $35,000 and $40,000. The news highlights how automakers ...

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Why the CIA uses board games to train its officers

Dungeons and Dragons, Pokémon card games and role-playing games are more than entertainment — they’re inspiration for the CIA. David Clopper, senior collection analyst with 16 years’ experience at the CIA, also serves as a game maker for the agency. ...

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Why Employees At Apple And Google Are More Productive

Companies like Apple, Netflix, Google, and Dell are 40% more productive than the average company, according to research from the leadership consulting firm Bain & Company. You might think that it’s because these companies attract top-tier employees–high performers who are ...

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