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BT has announced plans to scrap half of the UK’s remaining 40,000 telephone boxes in the next five years, reports TheInquirer.net. The cost of maintaining these phone boxes is £6m per year, with over a third never used for calls.

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Tesla, led by Elon Musk, is set to build the world’s largest lithium ion battery in South Australia, reports TheGuardian.com. The installation will store renewable energy in partnership with French energy utility Neoen. Musk confirmed his Twitter pledge, stating should... Read more

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Thousands of images promoting goods sold online through sites such as Amazon have been removed following a change in terms and conditions, reports BBC.co.uk. The image host, Photobucket, now requires a charge for images embedded into third party sites.

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The business which allegedly facilitated the Ukraine cyber attack has had its servers seized amid a criminal investigation, reports BBC.co.uk. Despite security experts from Microsoft, Symantec and Cisco pointing to evidence that the malware was spread via an update to tax... Read more

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Samsung announce plans to invest $18bn in memory chip business, reports TheGuardian.com. This investment will focus on upgrading its chip plants in South Korea, potentially expanding its lead in the global memory chip and smartphone markets.

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The National Grid has launched a new project to boost power capacity and flexibility in the South East, reports BusinessGreen.com. The service is aimed at cutting costs for new renewables connecting to the grid – without the need for costly... Read more