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Do companies need to use technologies like iris recognition when it's our mobile phones that have, in effect, become extensions of ourselves?
A booming population of affluent newcomers is pushing long-term residents out of their homes and fuelling talk of class war in San Francisco, the once mellow haven for hippies.
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Is the singularity edging ever closer? Tech giant Google buys robotics firm Boston Dynamics.
A new way to make internet searches quicker - sounds good, right? But imminent changes to the way the web works have potential implications we should all be aware of.