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Cooking And Cleaning Robots To Make Your Housework A Little Lighter

• Social cooking: “How can design overcome problems with shortage of entertaining space and preparation time, whilst allowing us to live a healthier …

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Against Multinationals, Local Business is Back by Popular Demand

<b>What's the Latest Development?</b><p>The era of the multinational corporation is increasingly unpopular, at least when compared to a hypothetical era of …

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Tuesday's Daily Telegraph front page: 'China freezes out Cameron for meeting Dalai Lama'

Three missing women found alive a decade on in Cleveland, Ohio Three brothers arrested after Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, as well as a six-year-old, were found in a house a few miles from where they disappeared http://gu.com/p/3fjth?CMP=SOCNETTXT6966 Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Bashing the metal-bashers

CONTRARY to what many imagine about affluent Singapore, the economy is not all about banks and shopping malls. Manufacturing and industry account for …

Economics

Money talks: How low can it go?

Amanda Berry disappeared aged 16 in 2003. She was due to get a lift home from work at Burger King. Gina DeJesus went missing at the age of 14 a year later. She was walking home from school: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-22430145 They were all found alive and apparently in good health in Cleveland, Ohio, after a neighbour heard screaming coming from a house. Photo: Amanda Berry & Gina DeJesus

The Real Reason ARM Will Menace Intel in the Data Center

Researchers at HP, chipmaker ARM, and Facebook have dreamt up a new breed of server processor specifically designed to provide quick and efficient …