This Week in Tech: Google wants to build a city
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Tackling PollutionThe Navy is developing a new system to remove carbon dioxide from the air. The Advanced Carbon Dioxide Removal Unit can absorb pollutants when the temperature is approximately 20°C. The excess heat generated can then be cycled repeatedly - reducing energy consumption. It can be used in mining, submarines and highly polluted areas.
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A flying taxi has been presented by Lilium, a German company. A prototype of the jet-powered five-seater vehicle flew briefly in Munich this month. The start-up aims to establish an app that would allow users to book these taxis in many cities from 2025.Google wants to build a city
Sidewalk Labs, owned by Google's parent company Alphabet, has obtained land in Toronto, Canada to build a model city of how we will all live in the future. This model will then be used in cities all around the world. However, a group of people known as Block Sidewalk are protesting against the development.
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