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How Apple lost its way: Steve Jobs’ love of simplicity is...

Steve’ Jobs’ vision, strength and charisma made him the benevolent dictator – able to align all the forces within Apple. June 3, 2016: Four years...

Uber lands $3.5bn investment from Saudi Arabia

June 2, 2016: The Saudi Arabian royal government’s investment arm announced Wednesday that it is investing $3.5bn in Uber, one of the largest investments...

The secret army of cheerleaders policing China’s internet

June 1,2016 : If you ever wanted an illustration of why academic research is not just important but vital, then the work of Gary King,...

World’s scariest school run? Chinese children tackle 800-metre cliff

There are 17 vine ladders on the 800-metre-high way home, but the most dangerous part is a path on the cliff without a vine...

Deadly volcanic eruption in Indonesia leaves village swamped by ash

Pic. In this image made from video, hot clouds of ash rise from Mount Sinabung, Indonesia, Saturday, 21 May. Jakarta, May 22, 2016: The death toll from...

‘I just got trapped’: Nepal tries to expand girls’ horizons beyond...

Pic. Sajita Tamang was married at 14 and is now separated from her abusive husband. She has a 17-month-old baby. Kathmandu, May 18, 2016: Sajita Tamang...

South China Sea: Beijing tells G7 foreign ministers to keep out...

  China is “strongly dissatisfied” with a Group of Seven statement calling for restraint in disputed waters, the foreign ministry said on Tuesday, as worries grow...

What are the Panama Papers? A guide to the biggest data...

April 5, 2016:The Panama Papers are an unprecedented leak of 11.5m files from the database of the world’s fourth biggest offshore law firm, Mossack...

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