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Robots ‘have created 261,000 new jobs’ in the US automotive sector, reports Computing.co.uk. According to the Statistical Department of the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), the US automotive industry installed 17,600 industrial robots in 2016, with the number of jobs between 2010 and 2016 increasing by 260,600.

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Six per cent of all IT procurement in the UK is made on a completely ad hoc basis, in a trend known as ‘shadow IT’, reports Computing.co.uk. This is where business owners and technology departments are unaware of the tools,... Read more

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Two Russian spies are among four indicted by the US Department of Justice (DoJ) over a theft of Yahoo user accounts, reports BBC.co.uk. Announcing the charges, DoJ officials claimed that the members of the FSB conspired with criminal hackers, alleging... Read more

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Nine UK SMEs and local planning authorities have been awarded £200,000 from the UK’s centre of excellence in urban innovation to help transform the urban planning system, reports Silicon.co.uk. Nearly 90 entries were submitted, and the winners now have 12... Read more

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Intel acquire Mobileye, a self-driving technology company utilised by Tesla, for $15.3bn, reports Computing.co.uk. Mobileye develops vision-based technology used in self-driving vehicles, with its driver-assistance technology providing warnings before collisions. Tesla began incorporating the company’s technology into its Model S... Read more