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Unlikely connections, the dark side of the Internet and guides to some less well known heritage sites are among the subjects of this month’s new titles.
The fiercely competitive consumer electronics sector is squeezing out global players, but a UK engineering group sticks by its business model.
The 3D gaming headset keeps getting smarter.
"Climate change in Antarctica is leading to interest in extracting the region's natural resources, but there's the small matter of a treaty."
- Mobile data more accurate than census, says study
- Asteroid mining experiment destroyed in Antares launch inferno
- Rail decisions made 'using unrealistic analysis'
- £1.5bn for next-gen military air traffic management system
- Yamaha recreates voice of dead artist
- Didcot B power station back on line after fire
- What to Specialise in Electronics Engineering?? [03:02 am 03/04/14]
- Britain to have just one remaining coal pit by the end of 2015 [01:11 am 03/04/14]
- LV Generator Star point earthing - UK [08:35 pm 02/04/14]
- East West Rail - the Oxford to Bedford route [07:33 pm 02/04/14]
- Small nuclear power [06:06 pm 02/04/14]
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