London tech news & analysis
London tech news
Richard Branson has railed against climate change deniers, saying businesses “should stand up” to them, and that they should “get out of the way”.
Console-based computer games could be set to make a major come-back as it has emerged that Amazon is investing significantly in developing its own games, ahead of the expected launch of its own games console later this year.
Google’s mystery barge, which appeared outside San Francisco in October 2013, is on the move after being ordered to leave Treasure Island at San Francisco.
A 13-year-old school boy from Lancashire has become the youngest person to carry out nuclear fusion – and you’d hope so too.
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As it acquires London-based DeepMind for $400m
Oh Apple – for so long you were the apple of our eyes.
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Polymer bank notes are now set to be introduced to replace the traditional cotton-paper ones from 2016. The proposed plastic notes are said to be smaller, cleaner and should even survive a spell in the washing machine, the Bank of England has said.
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Arne Laugstøl, co-founder, new Developers Conference ();, on what the UK’s tech scene needs to thrive and grow
There’s good reason that politicians, economists and entrepreneurs alike all seem to be so enormously excited about the potential of technology to drive growth.