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Is Hyperloop the future of transport? Elon Musk seems to think so, as well as the many people who've backed the project for the 700 mph vehicle. http://hubs.ly/H087j_S0
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Smart technology needs smart users to properly optimise all of the uses and ensure that energy use isn't extremely high. What can be done to ensure everyone knows how to work with smart technology to reduce energy consumption? Read this article to find out.

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Do you have a moment spare to take part in a survey helping us see the future of the Data Centre in Asia? http://hubs.ly/H0878ck0
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Tech Radar did a review of the Snapchat Spectacles, and it's brilliant because it perfectly sum up both sides of the story, why you should and shouldn't buy them. The pros and cons right at the top are expanded in the article to give you a real dilemma over buying the sunglasses which double as a camera. http://hubs.ly/H0878370
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Beauty is completely subjective, however a group of researchers think that they've managed to teach an AI robot how to recognise beauty. http://hubs.ly/H086mcY0
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Did Richard Branson get a speeding ticket when he got his electric cars up to 150mph in New York? We hope not! http://hubs.ly/H085prN0
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The future is here and it is strange! http://hubs.ly/H085plF0
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Could the future look more like an episode of Doctor Who than Futurama? Humans could have the potential to 'upgrade' themselves and live as robots, not just be happy alongside them. http://hubs.ly/H084GB80
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From AI caddies to grip guides and swing sensors: how data is driving golf forward is an article presented by Wired to help us understand that data can be used for everyday things and things which you may not think are related in anyway. http://hubs.ly/H080Wkd0
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