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Morning Money: How can Google attract customers to their rumoured new smartphone?

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Morning Money: How can Google attract customers to their rumoured new smartphone?
Google is set to announce a new smartphone at its San Francisco conference. The so-called Google Pixel will be Google's first smartphone made entirely by the tech giant. But some have questioned what unique selling point Google can bring to the already-full phone market. Matt Cox spoke to tech consultant and journalist Chris Green to find out.
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Matt Cox, Chris Bailey


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Morning Money: How can a company with a virtual presence protect its brand?

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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: How can a company with a virtual presence protect its brand?
NetNames is an online brand protection and domain name management specialist. It is responsible for keeping organisations and brands one step ahead of online threats across the globe. Stuart Fuller is the company’s Director of Commercial Operations, and he discussed company protection online.
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Chris Bailey, Stuart Fuller


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Morning Money: Are drones the future when it comes to deliveries?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Are drones the future when it comes to deliveries?
Amazon is going to start testing its drone delivery service, with the UK government’s help. Its flying robots will revolutionise how deliveries are made, but some experts have raised concerns around privacy and security. Matt Cox spoke to tech consultant and journalist Chris Green, to find out more.
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Matt Cox, Chris Bailey


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Morning Money: Are Tesla leading us into a new world of decentralised energy?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: Are Tesla leading us into a new world of decentralised energy?
Tesla's CEO, Elon Musk, has published the second part of his self-titled "masterplan", in which his ongoing attempt to buy solar panel company, SolarCity, has generated significant attention. Is this a sign that we could be on the verge of an energy system revolution? Share Radio’s Joe Aldridge has been speaking with The Memo's Senior Tech Reporter, Oliver Smith, to find out.
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Joe Aldridge, Oliver Smith


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Morning Money: Pokemon Go, video games, and how cyber criminals can use them to steal your data

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Pokemon Go, video games, and how cyber criminals can use them to steal your data
Walking onto a firing range, falling off a cliff, or walking into a lamppost are the more obvious risks to the latest Pokémon Go craze, which is bringing augmented reality onto the streets of the globe. But there are the hidden mobile gaming threats associated with not just Pokemon, but Minecraft, and other games: business attacks, social engineering, and accessing valuable data. Chris Boyd, a researcher at internet and PC security firm Malwarebytes explained further.
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Chris Boyd, Chris Bailey


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Morning Money: Is the millennial generation in the UK struggling when it comes to tech skills?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: Is the millennial generation in the UK struggling when it comes to tech skills?
Youngsters in emerging markets are more confident they have the skills to forge a career than those in the developed world, according to a study. One of the reasons for this relates to a greater focus on technological skills. So is the millennial generation in the UK struggling when it comes to tech skills? Dr Simon Moores gave his view.
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Joe Aldridge, Dr Simon Moores


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Morning Money: Is robot law an increasing necessity?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Is robot law an increasing necessity?
Robotics and autonomous systems are generating an increasing number of benefits for our society. But are robot’s faithful servants or existential threats? That's the subject being debated at the Royal Academy of Engineers, as part of the first UK Robotics week. On the panel is Dr Alan Winfield, Director of the University of the West of England’s Science Communication Unit, and he spoke to Sarah Lowther.
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Chris Bailey, Alan Winfield


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Morning Money: Matthew Barr looks ahead to the Electronic Entertainment Expo

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Morning Money at 8:00

Morning Money: Matthew Barr looks ahead to the Electronic Entertainment Expo
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is underway in Los Angeles, as the latest developments within the industry are showcased. With the sector currently generating nearly £1.5 billion for the UK economy, Matt Cox spoke to games industry expert, Matthew Barr, from the University of Glasgow.
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Matt Cox, Matthew Barr


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Morning Money: How do you build the city of the future?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: How do you build the city of the future?
Speakers at the RICS UK Conference are due to discuss future cityscapes and how technology can help, as analysts worry that our cities won't be prepared for the needs of generations to come, unless fast action or rigorous planning takes place. Futurologist Dr Simon Moores, explained what needs to happen to future proof a city.
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Matt Cox, Dr Simon Moores


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Morning Money: The rise of robots – a look into the future for human-robot relationships

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 8:00

Morning Money: The rise of robots – a look into the future for human-robot relationships
Researchers at Leibinz University in Hannover are creating an artificial nervous system, making it easier for robots to work side-by-side with humans. Experts predict that relationships between robots and humans may soon become common-place, so Robert Van Egghen spoke to Julie Carpenter, a roboticist from the University of Washington, about the future for human-robot relationships.
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Robert Van Egghen, Julie Carpenter


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