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Telecoms titan BT is eyeing O2 or EE in a bid to create a wireless telecoms giant in the UK.
The world’s most advanced hacking spyware has been detected targeting Saudi Arabian and Russian telecoms companies.
The UK is home to some of the fastest-growing tech companies in the world.
From Adam Ludwin, co-founder and CVO, Captify
Shalini Khemka, founder & CEO, E2Exchange, on how to secure investment to scale your business
From fitness trackers to tellies, it’s time to get gadgeting
I asked 11-year-olds what business will look like in 2020. You'll be surprised by how insightful their answers are
These kids are the leaders of the future. So what do they predict?
Looking to win serious investment? Ben Grech shares his seven essential steps
Bored of your mates’ cat pictures on Snapchat? What if one of those little red squares contained cash?
Facebook is building another social networking site which it hopes people could use at work.
Snapchat has introduced a new feature which notifies senders if their photos have been captured by third party software.
Alibaba, Apple, and why Western digital hegemony is finally over
Yahoo has just announced its latest big-ticket acquisition.
LondonlovesBusiness.com attended Microsoft’s Future Decoded conference on Monday, and it was a fairly unconventional event.
Robots could take 10 million British jobs over the next 20 years, according to a study.
Mark Howley, group managing director of ZenithOptimedia, on why companies need to make a significant investment in tech talent
British ISIS fighters Reyaad Khan and Nasser Muthana in Syria 2014
Armed police at Heathrow
London faces a major problem that hardly anyone is talking about.
White House computer networks have reportedly been breached by Russian hackers.
Obsession with weather is a famously British trait.
Something is just not translating here.
What you need to know about stock market’s next move
The iPhone 6 is getting stranger by the day. First, we heard that it bends in pockets, then came the news that it’s
The future of air travel is windowless. 318 years after the British government introduced the window tax, it seems airlines are taking up the baton, as the planes of the future seek marginal gains in efficiency.