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Modern building materials used in energy efficient homes can make mobile phone signals weaker indoors by one million times, new research has found. A study commissioned by the telecoms regulator Comreg has concluded that the increased use of materials such as foil-layered insulation as well as alumi

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Elon Musk’s infrastructure firm The Boring Company has revealed plans to link Chicago’s Downtown area with O'Hare Airport using “autonomous electric skates” travelling up to 150 miles per hour. The company which said it “aims to alleviate soul-destroying traffic by constructing safe, affor

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A real estate development and property management company has broken ground on a first-of-its-kind cannabis-only business park in California. Sacramento-based Canna-Hub held a groundbreaking ceremony last week with local officials saying they look forward to the positive economic impact the project

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Some of the most famous digital neighbourhoods in video game history are to be explored in a new atlas. Created by urban planner Konstantinos Dimopoulos and illustrated by Maria Kallikaki, the book takes a look at some of the video game industry’s most popular cities, mapping, cataloguing, and doc

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In a move which celebrates its commitment to age diversity, Airdrie family business Arvill Plant and Tool Hire has appointed a 78-year-old construction industry veteran as one its sales executives. The company has acquired the services of hugely experienced and universally-respected plant hire speci

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A tour of crazy golf holes designed by architects two years ago for the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship is to return for a street festival in Dundee this weekend. The course includes famous landmarks throughout time such as the Falkirk Wheel, The Tay Bridge, the Royal Arch and the V&A. It will

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