British exploration companies strike oil off the Falkland Islands in a successful start to a new drilling campaign A group of British exploration companies have discovered oil and gas in an offshore area
Inflation skids to a halt in world's third largest economy, putting pressure on Bank of Japan to bring forward monetary easing plans Japanese price growth ground to a halt in February as inflation fell
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Last week, researchers claimed to have developed a poker-playing computer program that is nearly unbeatable. What are the implications for the old debate about whether poker is a game of skill or luck?
Is Apple finally making a cheaper laptop? Apple appears to be working towards a thinner and totally redesigned MacBook. A curiously timed report from 9to5Mac, just as the Consumer Electronics Show opens
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