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Toyota Invests $1 Billion into Self-driving Cars

Toyota is committed to produce artificial intelligent cars to drive automatically on freeways within the next four years.

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How Bill Gates Wants to Reduce Tech Carbon Emissions

Bill Gates has increased his philanthropic focus on clean energy in order to reduce the carbon emissions created by the technology industry.

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Sony Sells 30.2 Million PlayStation 4s

Sony Entertainment Inc. has announced today that they have officially sold over 30.2 million Sony PlayStation 4 units since its launch two years ago.

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Flicker Co-founder on Working Right

“So often people are working hard at the wrong thing. Working on the right […]

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Apple to Pay University US$234m for Patent Infringement

Not too long ago Apple was involved in disputes with Samsung regarding patent infringements.  Now the company has lost a case against the University of Wisconsin for using patented microchips in its devices.

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rAge Expo 2015 Review

This weekend saw the annual RAGE expo at the Ticketpro Dome in Johannesburg showcasing the latest in video gaming, technology, gadgets and geek lifestyle culture.

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Tuluver Vulture Discovery Fake, but for a Good Cause

Celebrating International Vulture Awareness Day on 5 September, BirdLife South Africa made an announcement of the discovery of a new species of bird called the Tuluver discovered in South Africa.

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Samsung Pay Introduced to US Consumers

Samsung Pay is the latest technology from the mobile giant allowing you to pay for goods by placing your Samsung pay enabled smartphone next to any point of sale terminal.

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Microsoft’s Nokia Shutting Down – 7800 to be Jobless

Microsoft has confirmed they are closing down some of their Finland based Nokia Oyj’s sites putting 2300 jobs on the chopping block.

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New Medical Tech We Will See in 2025

New technologies are driving revolutionary change in the medical industry, which will make gathering health data and going to the doctor look a lot different a decade from now. 

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