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Demand for fresh water and food is growing but good farming soil could run short in 50 to 70 years. Nanotechnology and the internet are tackling the problem.
December 9, 2012
The northern European region has weathered the financial storm well, leaving some economists to ask if high taxes and generous welfare systems are economic stabilisers worthy of being adopted elsewhere
December 8, 2012
New technology has enabled human-sized robots to be remotely controlled from anywhere, allowing them to care for the elderly and even help with the shopping.
December 2, 2012
Leakage of confidential company data is not always the result of malicious intent. So vigilance is critical and every possible step must be taken to protect this information.
November 25, 2012
Ignore the lessons of the storm with regard to IT protection at your peril. There are some simple questions that any organisation should ask itself and address.
November 18, 2012
Rare coins can be a great 10-year investment for some, but it helps if you know your history.
November 17, 2012
The search engine giant's dominance has ruffled feathers, with the US being urged to take legal action. But past precedents suggest this is unlikely.
November 11, 2012
Small and non-commercial green projects are being seen as a crucial platform for long-term, ecologically sound investments.
November 3, 2012
The creators of small-scale environmental initiatives are increasingly turning to private investors and philanthropists to finance their projects.
Leon Panetta's plan to safeguard the computers running critical US infrastructure would, analysts say, remove that which keeps the system safe: its fragmentation.
Its new operating system, designed for both consumers and business, has won much early praise, but its complexity may hinder third-party software developers.
October 27, 2012
The dot-com crash that shook Silicon Valley 12 years ago may have faded into memory, but investors are still wary of diving into the IT sector, despite market predictions that another boom is on the horizon.
October 20, 2012
The US music and film industries could lose billions of dollars of future revenues if they cannot prevent internet websites from offering their copyrighted content for free across the world.
Soon your burger order at a fast-food restaurant could be prepared not by a stroppy adolescent but by a sophisticated machine. The age of robotics is nigh.
September 30, 2012
Popular as the iPhone may be, Apple's limited range of offerings could yet prove a handicap as the competition heats up. And the pressure is all on Tim Cook, the company's chief executive.
September 23, 2012
Abu Dhabi expands retail calendar in tourism recovery push
Pakistan imposes Eid holiday shutdown as virus cases soar
Huge Chinese rocket debris will fall to Earth soon, but no one knows where
Expo 2020 Dubai: country participants urged to join vaccination drive
UAE ambassador: UK travel announcement is 'disappointing for families'