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Embattled Volkswagen has revealed the production version of its new Beetle, a “more rugged” edition of the automaker’s world famous road vehicle.
Hacker group Anonymous responded to Paris attacks by posting video declaration of cyber warfare against the Daesh.
While France is coming to terms with this weekend’s terrorist attacks in Paris, the world has joined forces to show its support for the country.
It is perhaps Italy's best-known export, but a number of Italy's best-known olive oil producers are being investigated for fraud.
Microsoft's video games console, the Xbox One, has removed the ability to control the device using hand gestures.
A start-up claiming to have built "the world’s smallest computer” has reached its crowdfunding goal in its bid to take on some of the biggest PC firms.
The chief executive of a new messaging firm, that could rival Bloomberg’s service, has spoken of the merits of being backed by tech giant Google.
Xiaomi, the smartphone maker often dubbed "China's Apple", was crowned the big winner of one of the world's biggest shopping days Wednesday.
Tourism in North Korea is growing, according to research which estimates the state earned between $30-40 million from tourism in 2014.
It might be a surprise to many, but Sony has finally killed off its analogue video format Betamax.
A jetpack designed as a first response unit for police, fire and ambulance emergency services is set to go on sale.
The European Commission has expressed "serious concerns" about pressures on media freedom and other civil rights in Turkey.
After a relatively quiet few week for European auto manufacturers, the scandal involving Volkswagen has come back with a vengeance this week.
Should we be having sex with robots? It's a question that has sparked fierce debate among moralists and the robotics industry.
CNBC looks at some of the dangers that could lurk for the world economy next year, including volatile capital flows.
Eight years after the sub-prime mortgage crisis, banks are warning of the risks from booming property markets around the world. Which city is most at risk?
The steel industry's dire straits are in the spotlight this week, with both China and the U.K. warning about the hit from the dramatic slump in demand.
With much of the crowded Republican presidential field in danger of becoming irrelevant, Wednesday's debate offered an important opportunity to shine.
Deutsche Bank said it would reduce its own workforce by some 9,000 full-time jobs, cut 6,000 consultant jobs and shed another 20,000 by disposing of assets.
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