Intel to turn London into smart cities playground

Jessica Shankleman
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IT giant links up with UCL and Imperial College to launch Sustainable Connected Cities Institute

London is set to become a test bed for the development of new green technologies which could help cut emissions and improve the capital's resilience to environmental pressures, after IT giant Intel launched...

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