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Delivery & Logistics Online Furniture Brand Launches Own Last-Mile Delivery Service

Furniture company Article is looking to compete with other digital-first startups offering home delivery for online orders by sending a team of its own experts rather than a third-party service

Cafe & Restaurant Why ‘Craft’ Sparkling Water Is Taking Over The Soft Drink Market

Carbonated water is making a splash as sugary drinks are ditched for healthier options with Instagram-ready packaging

Automotive How To Prepare Self-Driving Cars For The Next Frontier

The next wave of automotive development could see drivers only expected to intervene when a car requests it

Features How Malls And Cities Are Becoming Indistinguishable

From New York to Hong Kong, new malls are thriving by seamlessly blending into the urban fabric

Syndicated Google Is Using The Blockchain To Make Hospitals Run Better

The tech company’s health subsidiary is planning a digital ledger based on blockchain to let hospitals track personal data

Syndicated What The Nintendo Gets Right For Consumers

The Switch has a lot to offer gamers and the industry alike

Syndicated Uncovering Uber's Big Security Problem

A former employee is blowing the whistle on what he sees as abuse of the company's technology

Syndicated High-Tech Replica Brings Prehistoric Art Within Reach

A £48m recreation of the Lascaux Caves in France will let visitors experience the unique place for the first time in decades

Features What PSX 2016 Tells Us About The Modern Games Industry

Nostalgia and big brands are defining how the console market is being shaped

Analysis What Does The Future Of Android Look Like In A World With The Pixel?

Google’s decision to make its own phone might have looked like a blow to the likes of Samsung but the reality is much more interesting

Features This Videogame Was Inspired By The Creator Escaping From Secret Police

The experience of fleeing communist Czechoslovakia in the 1980s has shaped a fascinating survival horror driving game

Features How Technology Is Shaping The Future Of Fitness

New devices and services are creating a workout that's more data-rich, smarter and convenient than before

Syndicated These 22¢ Glasses Will Help You Fool Facial Recognition Software

A team of researchers have found that eyewear printed with a wild pattern is enough to get around most commercial identification systems

Features Forward-Thinking Entrepreneurs Are Driving The Clean Car Revolution

Key business leaders speak on pioneering technologies for low-emission vehicles

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