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The tech industry has spawned 23 new billionaires in the last year

Switched on: the use of gadgets throughout flights is welcome news

Doors to automatic, iPad on

Air regulators are catching up with 21st-century reality

Hard rocks and basking sharks kill off plans for £5.4bn offshore wind farm

Government plans to become a global wind powerhouse were dealt a further blow today, when a giant £5.4bn project off the west coast of Scotland was scrapped, because the sea bed was too hard, the waves were too strong  – and because it would disturb thousands of basking sharks.

Report: Google considering making its own computer chips

The search giant could switch from the currently favoured x86 processors designed by Intel to their customized system based on ARM designs

Imagination Technologies tanks on smartphone slowdown

Shares drop to a three-year low amid slowing smartphone growth and a slide in profits

Foodini: the £835 machine that 'prints' food in your kitchen

A Spanish start-up has created a 3D printer for food, expected to sell in 2014

Market Report: Royal Mail will be bought by a wide range of tracker funds

It is not what business secretary Vince Cable will want to hear: When Royal Mail gets the official sign-off today to enter the FTSE 100, calls that it was sold off too cheaply will re-emerge.

Peter Higgs is to be honoured with a new £11m space technology centre named after him

The Nobel Prize for Peter Higgs recognises truth in an ancient Greek idea

The old system was familiar, the modern one somewhat more intimidating

Low-cost metal 3D printer could be the next step in home manufacturing revolution

Costing less than $1,500, this new experimental design (above) could help make 3D printing more useful for small businesses

Scott Huffman, engineering director at Google: 'I don't have a microchip in my head – yet'

Google's future: microphones in the ceiling and microchips in your head

Google's ideas for a world of search without typing are taking outlandish shape

Microsoft issues warning after fake Xbox One 'hack' leaves gamers with broken consoles

Six step guide promises users they can unlock backwards compatibility but instead leaves consoles completely inoperable

Council bans use of word ‘Commie’ – but ‘fascist’ and ‘Nazi’ are fine

Birmingham City Council has revealed its official email blacklist, with some surprising results

Fury over FTSE 100 ‘blacklister’ Amec’s role in £8bn nuclear plant

Amec’s links to firm that ran secret database may make it unfit for contracts, union says

Johnson once more made mincemeat of the tourists with his searing left-arm pace

Ashes 2013-14: Mitchell Johnson is proving England are spent force

Another spineless batting collapse and the prospect of more pain at Perth means the Ashes have almost slipped from Cook's grasp already, writes Stephen Brenkley in Adelaide

PS4 game reviews: Killzone: Shadow Fall; Knack; Resogun

Killzone: Shadow Fall

Silicon leg-up: London edges beyond New York in the hi-tech race

London has moved ahead of New York as one of the world hubs for hi-tech companies, the Government’s technology tsar has claimed.

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