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California firm's long-anticipated flying motorcycle will set you back $150,000.
The $800 billion company will receive upwards of $2.8 billion in performance-based incentives.
While previous reports had already tipped Crystal City as one of Amazon's picks, the name came as a surprise to local residents who had never heard it before.
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A next-generation supercomputer is set to be installed in Bologna, Italy. The new system could help predict the weather with more accuracy, giving people a better chance of preparing for high-impact events such as windstorms or floods.
"This is a more important time to have positive global impact than ever," Benioff told Recode's Kara Swisher.
European shares rebound as trade hopes chase tech scares
Taiwan grandpa plays Pokémon Go on 15 mobile phones at once, while riding his bike
A 2017 study by the McKinsey Global Institute predicts that by 2030 as many as 800 million jobs will be lost to automation. But who will be the most affected and how can we prepare?
eBay, Airbnb and Facebook have all recently issued statements saying they will no longer require forced private arbitration for sexual harassment claims.
New paper suggests extraterrestrials might mark their presence with a super-luminous laser beam.
Amazon is expected to evenly divide its pledged 50,000 new jobs between the new offices, according to the Wall Street Journal, which first reported the news.
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"There is the idea that we should despair and evacuate this planet and go somewhere else. That's a dangerous delusion."
New series from Spain and Norway have been announced.
Euronews spoke to WorldRemit founder Ismail Ahmed at the Web Summit.
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Two Australian universities have found a way to restore damaged parts of the world's largest collection of coral reefs.
Scooter company wants to use tech to make its riders (and its property) safer.
What can businesses and governments do to stop the spread of disinformation? We hear from top EU and UK policy makers at Web Summit.
Although esports lag behind traditional sports when it comes to making money—the industry makes around 800 million dollars of revenue a year—its 300 million fans put it on the map as one of the globe’s most popular sports.