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The Steve Jobs legacy

Steve Jobs was a complicated man known for his legendary brilliance and a darker, less amiable temperament. While he was widely known to be a very difficult to work for he leaves behind a legacy of incredible products whose influence now extends far beyond Silicon Valley from India all the way to the Republic of Congo.

By Eric Olander

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2017-11-28 technology

A glimpse into the hotels of the future

What new innovations will travelers discover when they check into a hotel in 2060? In TECH24 this week, we tell you what to expect: From augmented reality and artificial...

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2017-11-28 technology

The dangers of social media addiction

What impact does social media apps have on our daily lives and on our psyche? In this edition, we take a look at how big companies are using your posts to push you to buy more...

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2017-11-24 technology

Energy Observer: The world's first hydrogen-powered boat

Welcome aboard Energy Observer! This former racing catamaran powered by hydrogen is on a seven-year voyage around the world and is now sailing along the French Riviera. It's a...

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2017-11-17 technology

The future of surgery

From augmented reality to 3D imagery and advanced robotics, in this edition we tell you how surgeons are using technology to help them prepare and carry out a procedure. We speak...

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2017-11-10 technology

Redefining the big 'K': Scientists change rules measuring weight of kilogram

It may sound like a joke, but the kilogram is believed to have lost weight! Defined by a metal cylinder kept in a highly secured vault in Paris, scientists have now decided to...

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