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DeepMind Research Cracks Structure of Almost Every Known Protein
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DeepMind Research Cracks Structure of Almost Every Known Protein

Scientists at DeepMind used its AlphaFold algorithm to predict the 3D shape of almost every known protein.

Internet Explorer Shutdown to Cause Japan Problems 'For Months'
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Internet Explorer Shutdown to Cause Japan Problems 'For Months'

Microsoft's termination of the Internet Explorer browser has sparked panic among businesses and government agencies in Japan that delayed updating their websites...

Lego to Expand Online Ambitions by Tripling Total of Software Engineers
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Lego to Expand Online Ambitions by Tripling Total of Software Engineers

The world's largest toymaker has long feared the digital world could erode the appeal of its bricks.  

Robots Give Surgeons a Helping Hand
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Robots Give Surgeons a Helping Hand

About 6,700 Da Vinci robots in place at hospitals across the globe have performed more than 10 million surgical procedures.

Quantum Advantage Next Goal in Race for New Computer Age
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Quantum Advantage Next Goal in Race for New Computer Age

Experts envision quantum advantage as the next step in the race toward practical quantum computing applications.

A License to Print Houses
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A License to Print Houses

Three-dimensionally-printed homes are starting to catch on.

AWS Outage Ripples Through U.S.
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AWS Outage Ripples Through U.S.

An outage of Amazon Web Services Tuesday angered millions of U.S. users

Supermarkets Grapple with Checkout-Free Stores
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Supermarkets Grapple with Checkout-Free Stores

J Sainsbury recently opened a checkout-free shop in London's Holborn district, where Amazon and Tesco also operate checkout-free stores.

Big Tech Talent War Threatens Kenya's Startups
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Big Tech Talent War Threatens Kenya's Startups

Technology giants like Microsoft that have set up operations in Kenya are poaching talent from local startups.
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