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Shell to cut further 2,200 jobs from global workforce as oil price remains low

Oil giant Shell has said it will slash a further 2,200 jobs from its global workforce as it expects the oil price to remain "lower for longer".

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Marks & Spencer's chief warns over profits in price-cutting turnaround plan

Marks & Spencer's new boss Steve Rowe has pledged to slash prices and put more staff in stores to turn around its beleaguered clothing arm, but warned profits will ...

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Eurozone creditors approve new rescue loans for Greece

Greece has won a new batch of rescue loans from international creditors following agreement among the 19 eurozone finance ministers.

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Body Shop running 'bio-bridges' programme to help threatened species

A programme to regenerate thousands of acres of forest and link up habitats in wildlife-rich parts of the world has been launched.

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Twitter stops media attachments from affecting word count

Twitter has announced it is making changes to its 140 character limit.

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Gamers are absolutely loving the diversity of Overwatch's characters

The Blizzard video game has 21 different and diverse characters that are going down a storm with gamers.

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Here's what it's like to be served drinks by a robotic bar on a cruise ship

The future’s bright, the future’s bionic.

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Got a problem with Windows 10? Microsoft wants to know about it

New app the Feedback Hub has been launched for users to tell Microsoft of issues and bugs with the operating system in the hope of making it better.

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Third of top UK companies 'withhold information from annual reports'

A third of top companies in the UK are being accused of withholding information from annual reports, giving an "incomplete" picture of business performance.

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Stocks dip slightly as markets await Federal Reserve decision on rates

Stocks ended a quiet day slightly lower on Monday as investors sat on the sidelines waiting for more clues about whether the Federal Reserve might raise interest ...

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This drone can be controlled using a hacked fitness tracker and hand motions

There’s something of the Jedi about the whole experience.

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There's a portable microwave going on sale next year

The Wayv Adventurer looks like a flash but is a battery-powered microwave for cooking your food.

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Google's new app gives everyone the chance to be a scientist

Science Journal can be used to carry out your own experiments using your smartphone.

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Uber reveals it knows when your phone battery is going to run out

Battery life is one of the factors in deciding whether or not to pay surge prices in the app, according to Uber.

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Samsung's new S7 edge billboard is the size of a building

There’s a new landmark on the Moscow skyline.

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Axa Insurance cuts ties with tobacco industry

Axa, one of the largest insurance companies in the world, will stop investing in the tobacco industry, it has announced.

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Ryanair to cut fares as it sees profits surge for 2016

Ryanair has witnessed a massive surge in profits.

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Pilots fear drone collisions amid rise in near misses

There have been 49 proximity reports from pilots in two years, according to new figures.

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Research shows recession delayed some building projects by four years

New research shows that construction investment was ravaged by the recession.

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Brexit would see family shopping bills rise by £220 a year warns PM

Family shopping bills are set to rise by £220 (€284.45) a year if Britain quits the European Union, David Cameron has warned.

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Profits at Ryaniar expected to soar

The City will look for more details on how the new boss at Marks & Spencer plans to turn the retailer around, profits at airline Ryanair are expected to soar despite ...

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£2.45bn NHS trusts deficit sparks fears over future UK patient care

NHS trusts have recorded the biggest ever deficit in the history of the health service, prompting fears about the future of patient care.

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Uber now lets family members track your journey in real time

Uber has introduced a new tracking feature to their Family Profiles

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City awaits new M&S boss' turnaround proposals

The City will look for more details on how the new boss at Marks & Spencer plans to turn the retailer around, profits at airline Ryanair are expected to soar despite ...

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Uber confirms it's testing a driverless car

The riding sharing app could one day get rid of drivers entirely if their technology takes off.

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Ryanair extends its seat sale so expats will fly home to vote Remain

The airline’s ‘Fly Home to Vote Remain’ offer will end on Friday evening.

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See how to become a dancing Orc in Total War: Warhammer

Inside the motion capture studio where Total War: Warhammer is being built.

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A new facial recognition app is taking dating to a new level

Your soulmate could be just one snapshot away…

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Eir boss says broadband roll-out can happen faster than Government plan

The head of one of the firms bidding for the national broadband contract has said his firm can do the job faster than the Government has planned.

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Google has patented a sticky coating for its driverless cars

The sticky coating is to prevent pedestrians from bouncing off the front of the car in a collision.

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Fast-track planning to clear way for thousands of new Dublin homes

Fast-track planning permission is to be used to provide thousands of new homes in Dublin 4.

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Heathrow expansion 'could create 5,000 jobs in North'

Heathrow could create up to 5,000 new jobs in the North if an expansion bid gets the go-ahead, the London airport's chief executive has claimed.

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Brexit would damage Britain's economy, says US tycoon Michael Bloomberg

Business billionaire and former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has warned Brexit would damage Britain's economy.

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The man who broadcast his child's birth on Facebook Live didn't realise it was public

Make sure you check those privacy settings.

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Apparently, Audi's self-driving car 'Jack' is a courteous driver

Audi’s A7 is “a research car with social competence”.

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Star Wars' BB-8 with a Windows update is amazing

Alternative BB-8 powered by Windows XP is a sight to behold.

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Meet the Omate S3 - a smartwatch that wants to keep elderly people safe

The watch features built-in GPS and a 3G connectivity.

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Deloitte to create 300 jobs in Belfast

Professional services firm Deloitte is to create an extra 300 jobs in Belfast.

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Updates for Windows 7 are about to get a whole lot easier

There’s just a few steps to go through before you can take a walk on easy street.

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Vauxhall recall Zafiras for a second time over fire risk

More than 234,000 Vauxhall Zafiras will be recalled for the second time over a problem that has seen the cars burst into flames.

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Every time you open a beer with this bottle opener it lets your friends know

Because texting people to invite them round for a drink is just too difficult sometimes…

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Ryanair cancel 70 flights due to French strike

Ryanair has been forced to cancel over 70 flights today - to and over France - with delays expected to spill over into tomorrow.

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Opel Ireland recall 8,200 cars over fire hazard issue

Opel Ireland is recalling around 8,200 Opel Zafira B cars to protect them from a fire risk.

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Android Wear 2.0 won't need to be linked to your phone

The first major update to Wear packs some big punches.

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Android N doesn't have a name yet, and that's where you come in

Nuts? Nutella? Nectarine? The fate of Android N is now in the hands of users.

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Meet Google's two new smart communication apps: Allo and Duo

One’s a messenger, the other a video calling service.

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Watch out Amazon Echo, here comes Google Home

Google’s take on the voice activated home-based assistant is coming this year.

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US interest rate forecast to increase in June

US Federal Reserve officials believe an interest rate hike is likely to be agreed at the central bank's next meeting in June if the country's economy keeps improving. ...

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Nokia phones are about to make a comeback

A new branding deal means the phone maker will be launching new models that run on Android.

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