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Sweden's flat-pack giant won't spend £524m in UK until we commit to greener future.
So long Apple.
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Luxury is being designed in a whole new way.
Hope in the darkness.
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ElliQ might ease the emotional challenge faced by millions of aging Brits.
Is your red light district ready?
Hushme: The gadget to silence those gasbag gossips.
You'll never lose your car in a car park ever again.
The Paperfuge has been inspired by a 5,000-year-old toy.
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The chatbot will see you now.
As many as one in three Brits are sitting on a story idea - one to cross off your list?
Smell is a technology that has eluded invention for years, until now.
Women lean towards stereotypically gendered areas including designing bras and makeup, report finds.
A glimpse of what lies ahead.
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Elevate app isn't about getting 'likes'. It's about keeping a record of positive thoughts to look back on.
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Nesta puts its stake in the ground looking ahead to what might happen next year.
All eyes on Project September.
Finally, no need for piles of parcels at work thanks to Xpreso.
A demographic with firepower.
Crowdfunding: Gift giving and getting just got smarter.
Julien Hervouet is on a mission to get real life experts to help you spend more.
From energy use to air pollution and traffic flows, Bristol is now one of the most connected cities in the world.
We asked three entrepreneurs to explain why AR toys are going to be the next big trend.
A tantalising taste of the future.
From the fine texture of an animal's fur, to the shiny scales on the back of a reptile, Planet Earth II is getting even better.
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One in three companies are underprepared, new report reveals.
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Carv snaps onto your boot to give you the data you need to improve.
It’s going to feel just like shoplifting.
Driverless cars: We need to think differently about 'the moral algorithm'.
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All your cake needs in one box - perfect for festive baking.
Unlikely innovation from the Catholic Church in Scotland.
Political shockwaves are becoming the norm, blame Facebook and filter bubbles.
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Patent reveals Dyson's plan to give your mouth a good going over.
The online retail giant has something special planned for its first grocery.
IBM Watson: The doctor of the future will see you now.
Dr Ali Parsa is building a machine that will diagnose better than a doctor.
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Four developments changing the face of East London.
Just 16% of British women are up for virtual reality sex.
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Walk recognition has been patented by Jaguar Land Rover.
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