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Amsterdam to get driverless ‘roboats’ on its canals

The driverless car revolution may not quite be upon us - but researchers are already planning to bring driverless boats to a famous canal...

Fitness trackers may not help weight loss

Fitness trackers worn every day by millions of people offer no useful weight loss benefit, a study has suggested. A two-year study of almost 500...

Iceland opts out of FIFA 17 game after cash row with...

Iceland has opted out of the latest FIFA video game following a row over money with Electronic Arts. The manufacturer was willing to pay about two...

Gamera solar-powered helicopter makes history with first flight

A group of students have made aviation history with the first flight of a piloted solar-powered helicopter. The team from the University of Maryland got...

Lyft president John Zimmer predicts rise of driverless cars

The co-founder of ride-hailing firm Lyft has predicted that car ownership in major cities will die out almost completely by 2025. Setting out his vision...

Inside Apple’s iPhone 7: Tech secrets revealed

Experts have ripped apart Apple's new iPhone 7 to share the secrets behind its latest features. iFixit stripped the handset down - revealing the...

220 jobs hit as Microsoft shuts Skype office

Microsoft is closing the London headquarters of Skype as part of a review which will put 220 jobs at risk. Skype was launched in the...

Ex-O2 chief warns of UK’s ‘analogue’ thinking on smart cities

The UK could miss out on smart cities because of "analogue" thinking, the former head of O2 has said. In an interview with the Financial...