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‘Female’ robots Tessy and Tess wearing white stilletos pole dance during a demonstration on the Tobit Software stand at the CeBIT trade fair in Hanover, Germany.

Industry representatives look at displays of the latest technology offered at the China Coal Mining and Machinery Exhibition Beijing, China. China is heavily dependent on coal, consuming more than half of global output, a major factor behind the country becoming the world's largest carbon emitter

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Industry representatives look at displays of the latest technology at the China Coal Mining and Machinery Exhibition in Beijing, China. The country is heavily dependent on coal, consuming more than half of the global output, a major factor behind the country becoming the world’s largest carbon emitter.

Latest IPhones Hit Shops In Hong Kong...HONG KONG - SEPTEMBER 20:  Customers queue before being let into Apple's store in Central district on September 20, 2013 in Hong Kong, China  Hong Kong was one of the first places in the world where can purchase the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5C models

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Customers queue before being let into Apple’s store in Central district on in Hong Kong. Hong Kong was one of the first places in the world the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5C models went on sale Read more

A woman talks on her mobile phone as she walks past a  graffiti referring to Google in central Athens, on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013.

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A woman walks past anti-Google graffiti in central Athens, Greece on Tuesday. Read more

Engineered Arts design and production engineer Marcus Hold works on a nearly completed RoboThespian robot on July 30, 2013 in Penryn, England. The Cornish company, operating from an industrial unit near Falmouth, is the world's only maker of commercially available life sized humanoid robots. Now in its third generation, the fully interactive and multilingual RoboThespian robot is sold around the world to science centres and visitor attractions, but increasingly to academic research groups and universities where they are used as research and development platforms.

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Engineered Arts design and production engineer Marcus Hold works on a nearly completed RoboThespian robot in Penryn, England. The Cornish company, operating from an industrial unit near Falmouth, is the world’s only maker of commercially available life-sized humanoid robots. Now in its third generation, the fully interactive and multilingual RoboThespian is sold around the world to science centres and visitor attractions, but increasingly to academic research groups and universities where they are used as research and development platforms.

Apple CEO Cook, CFO Oppenheimer and Apple Head of tax operations Bullock are sworn in to testify at Senate homeland security and governmental affairs investigations subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill...Apple CEO Tim Cook (C), CFO Peter Oppenheimer (L) and Apple Head of tax operations Philip Bullock are sworn in to testify at a Senate homeland security and governmental affairs investigations subcommittee hearing on offshore profit shifting and the U.S. tax code, on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 21, 2013. Apple Inc came under fire on Tuesday at a Senate hearing over an investigation that alleged the U.S. high technology icon has kept billions of dollars in profits in Irish subsidiaries and paid little or no taxes to any government.   REUTERS/Jason Reed    (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)

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Apple chief executive Tim Cook (centre), chief finance officer Peter Oppenheimer (left) and head of tax operations Philip Bullock are sworn in to testify at a Senate homeland security and governmental affairs investigations subcommittee hearing on offshore profit shifting and the US tax code, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Apple came under fire on Tuesday at the hearing over allegations it had kept billions of dollars in profits in Irish subsidiaries and paid little or no taxes to any government. Read more