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Can you imagine a world in which electricity was free? We asked experts what it would mean

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“A brief window of time remains for health authorities around the world to consider what measures they can take to reduce the transmission of the virus and slow its spread—once they acknowledge that containment efforts are futile.”

D-Wave announces Leap 2, its cloud service for quantum computing applications

WPP to target flat 2020 growth after fourth quarter slides

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I am usually an Everything Will Be Fine person but I cannot stand the people doing that about this. There is some ground between "hoard ammunition" and "actually only your relatives over 60 will die, nobody cares"

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Airlines are turning to hard-hitting disinfectants — capable of stopping everything from herpes to MRSA — in the fight against the coronavirus

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Oil prices slid to their lowest in more than a year on fears of lower demand.

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