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  • Graduate from plastic to software

    Cliff Saran - Managing Editor 10 Feb 2016
  • In the Mike Nichols 1967 classic The Graduate, Mr Maguire tells Dustin Hoffman's Benjamin, "There is a great future in plastics. Think about it. Will you think about it?So nearly half a century on, ...

  • Ninety nine million year old spider with nine legs discovered

    Karl Flinders - Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly 03 Feb 2016
  • Scientists thought for a moment that they had made the momentous discovery of a spider with nine legs, but were disappointed to find the said arachnid actually had a hard-on.Not just a hard-on, but ...

  • A drone in the claw is worth two in the bush

    Cliff Saran - Managing Editor 01 Feb 2016
  • The Dutch police has launched an initiative to target drones. We've some people use air rifles to shoot down drones. Now here's a totally natural alternative: a proper bird of prey who will happily ...

  • IT to automate domestic chores

    Cliff Saran - Managing Editor 28 Jan 2016
  • Jones has not had much success with Version 1 of his efforts to connect his washing machine to the internet. But help is at hand. Panasonic is working on creating a 'Laundroid,' a washing machine ...

  • Google staff don't like to be poached... with chicken eggs anyway.

    Karl Flinders - Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly 28 Jan 2016
  • It had all the ingredients for a smart way of letting London's tech talent know that they exist, but one company in the recruitment game didn't bank on Michelin Star tastes Clozer, which is a ...

  • US state government forces mid-life crisis sufferers to grow up

    Karl Flinders - Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly 15 Jan 2016
  • Two seat sports cars could regain top billing for those entering their middle ages as a US state gets tough on drone enthusiasts.The sports car industry has been suffering since the popularity of ...

  • Data science blues

    Cliff Saran - Managing Editor 15 Jan 2016
  • As a regular train user, what better way to waste time on a delayed service, than delve into a bit of analytics on the daily commute. First, trains are less busy on Monday - because most of us ...