Virtual reality ‘is not just for gamers’

The use of virtual and augmented reality technology by businesses is gaining popularity across Asia. Firms are looking for new ways to improve clients’ experience and for some, VR is

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Uber overturns ban on operating in London

Uber’s ban on its licence by London’s transport regulator, Transport for London, (TfL) to operate in the city has been overturned in court. TfL refused to renew the licence when

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Scammers abuse multilingual domain names

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Smartphones often shorten website names, making scams hard to spot, security experts say Cyber-criminals are abusing multilingual character sets to trick people into visiting phishing

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US Supreme Court upholds Trump’s travel ban

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Syrian-American Isra Chaker speaks during a protest outside the US Supreme Court The US Supreme Court has ruled in favour of the Trump administration’s travel

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Struggling Carpetright slumps to loss

Image copyright Reuters Carpetright has reported a full-year loss and falling sales as the retailer struggles to turn itself around. The floor covering retailer agreed a rescue plan earlier this

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US border agents halt migrant family prosecutions

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Officials say that the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” tactics are still in effect A US border security chief says he has temporarily stopped launching

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Wimbledon 2018: AI uses player emotions to edit highlights

Image copyright Getty Images The emotional reactions of top tennis players at Wimbledon will determine which highlights fans get to watch, and how quickly they are available. Wimbledon and its

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How your smart home could generate, store and sell energy

Image copyright Adam Courtney Image caption Adam Courtney generates and stores his own electricity to power his electric cars As we move towards renewables in our efforts to decarbonise our

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World Cup 2018: Switzerland trio avoid bans for ‘eagle gesture’ goal celebrations

Granit Xhaka (left) and Xherdan Shaqiri both play their football in England Switzerland’s Granit Xhaka, Xherdan Shaqiri and Stephan Lichtsteiner have avoided bans for their ‘double-headed eagle gesture’ celebrations in

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Red Hen Yelp listing becomes net battleground

Image copyright Google Image caption The restaurant has received criticism and praise for its action The Yelp page of the Red Hen restaurant has become a political battleground after President

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