Sunday, December 17, 2017

Tesla turns on world’s biggest lithium ion battery in Australia to boost power grid

Tesla switched on the world’s biggest lithium ion battery on Friday in time to feed Australia’s shaky power grid for the first day...

Robots could force 800 million people out of a job, finds study

As many as 800 million people could be forced out of employment by 2030 due to the rise of robots in the workplace,...

North Korea’s latest missile much more technologically advanced than predecessors, experts warn

A day after its latest intercontinental ballistic missile launch, North Korea released photos of what it's calling the “Hwasong-15.” And the collective response...

White House infested with cockroaches, documents reveal

The White House is plagued with cockroaches, mice and ants, building maintenance files have revealed.  Cockroach infestations were found in at least four parts...

Bitcoin value crashes more than $2,000 amid rollercoaster day of trading

Bitcoin fell as low as $9,000 after losing more than a fifth of its value having hit an all-time high of $11,395 on Wednesday. The...

The €50bn Brexit bill: Paying it makes sense. Staying in the EU makes more

Recall how Brexiteers said this was all going to be easy. The EU would be falling over itself to give Britain everything it...

10 ways to have a cheaper Christmas

Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone. There are no more made-up or imported days that promise discounts and savings. Yet despite...

European Court ruling ‘shows how Brexit will be a disaster for workers’ rights’

A European court ruling in favour of a gig economy worker who never got a paid holiday in 13 years has been declared...

Forget bitcoin, here are four shares that have risen more than 1,000% this year

Bitcoin is all the rage, but there are also a handful of stocks that have equalled the digital currency’s gravity-defying surge this year. Lesser-known...

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