Ian Calvert

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Supermarkets are cashing in by selling standard own-label products that are 'identical to their value range'

• <b>Probe found no difference between the two price tiers across range of products</b>• <b><br>Honey, corned beef and UHT milk were all affected, as was mild</b> …

NatWest launches robo-adviser charging just £10

High-street bank NatWest has launched a fully regulated robo-advice proposition charging £10 for customers seeking to invest sums as low as £500.<p>The …

Tesla's Solar Roof tiles are out... and OMG

We've been anticipating the release of Tesla's Solar Roof tiles, and the four sleek styles do not disappoint. Elon Musk shared pictures of the …

Clean Energy

Sony is launching a robot dog that will help you around the house

Sony is set to release a robot dog designed to live in your house and control your electronics, a new report says.<p>The device could also learn new …

Pets

Box-fresh McLaren F1 goes on sale at British car dealer

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Facebook buys teen app tbh

The app, an acronym for "To be Honest", allows users to anonymously answer multiple choice questions about friends, who then receive the poll results …

Introducing Virgin Hyperloop One

By Shervin Pishevar and Josh Giegel, Co-Founders, and Rob Lloyd, CEO, Hyperloop One<p>We have a new ally in our mission to reinvent transportation, and …

Uber London loses licence to operate

<b>Uber will not be issued a new private hire licence, Transport for London (TfL) has said.</b><p>TfL concluded the ride-hailing app firm was not fit and proper to hold a London private hire operator licence.<p>It said it took the decision on the grounds of "public safety and security implications".<p>Confirming …

Uber

iPhone X: Forget the experts, here’s what real people think

Commentary: Tim Cook says Apple doesn't make phones just for the rich. So I roamed around California and asked real, non-rich people whether the iPhone X excited them.<p><i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>The tech world often behaves as if …

Santa Ana

Entrepreneurs: Meet the Duck boss gearing up for London Fashion Week

Lindsay Lowe has had to handle mischievous llamas, rock'n'roll stars and A-list celebrities in her colourful career, but pulling the strings of her …

Sharon Osbourne

Entrepreneurs: The youth development agency building a runway for young talent to soar

Struggling under a mountain of debt, Kojo Marfo was on the brink of committing suicide before he found the impetus for his business. This week, he’ll …

Entrepreneurship

How to see all the companies tracking you on Facebook — and block them

Facebook is a great utility if you want to stay in touch with friends and family, share photos, and see what other people are up to in their …

Facebook

The lawyers taking on Silicon Valley sexism: 'It's far worse than people know'

From Google to Uber, Silicon Valley’s tech giants have a woman problem. Meet Lawless & Lawless, the sisters fighting back<p>On the wall of Lawless & Lawless’s San Francisco office is a framed, full-page newspaper advert with a black background and just two words in white text: “Thanks Ellen”. The ad, …

Gender

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New 8,400 mile route will link London to Tokyo via train

Passengers might soon be able to travel from London to Tokyo on the Trans-Siberian railway via an 8,400 mile route, in an ambitious proposal by the …

Banbury’s Longford Park school opens this week

The primary school for the new Longford Park Estate in Banbury is to open on Thursday, September 7.

Education

Harriers Banbury Academy seeking bags of money

Harriers Banbury Academy is bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative for a unique project.

Oxfordshire

Shopping centre transformation set to move forward

An outdated 1960s shopping centre in Coventry has been earmarked for a major transformation, with the city council set to agree a 150-year lease with …