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Pledge by nine companies is biggest step yet to decarbonise ocean shipping
Lawyers tackled legal and data privacy issues to deliver Covid test kits in the UK
Greater openness on hacks is needed to mount a robust defence
Hackers claim to have posted live-streaming site’s source code and business plans
Online shopping giant pushes for incentives as it speeds up distribution in wake of pandemic
Bluewater store will sell products based on reviews on ecommerce company’s website
Artificial intelligence machines are better at sentry duty than being all-purpose androids
Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook defy worries over a sector setback
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AutoStore IPO in store, Ford’s electric truck push, Blue Prism’s new Vista
Company touts AI advancements but privacy advocates warn it could raise risks for consumers
Automation gathers pace as logistics groups struggle to find workers to deal with surge in next-day deliveries
Apple has its first bona fide hit in ‘Ted Lasso’ with 20 nominations
Partnership looks to strengthen the allies’ ability to counter Beijing in the South China Sea
First customer partnership since ecommerce group invested in UK-based food delivery app
The ecommerce company is developing services for consumers and hospitals but faces competition from Google, Microsoft and Walmart
Oxford Nanopore IPO plans, ethereum and the metaverse, Facebook’s Ray-Ban Stories
California group co-founded by Nobel Prize winner Jennifer Doudna seeks to expand use of gene-editing tool
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First legislation of its kind forces warehouses to reveal the quotas that workers must meet
Ecommerce aggregators swoop for independent merchants even as online shopping slows
The Amazon Prime drama, inspired by ‘ER’ and ‘24’, focuses on how hospital staff responded in 2008
Amazon Air’s operations have expanded rapidly during the pandemic
In spite of investment by Big Tech, lack of finesse limits professional use