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4G explosion in the UK

Facebook revenues may be up 61% but they’re still 13x lower than Apple’s

Thu, 24 Jul 2014

Now, I’m sure there are few of us who would turn our noses up at making $2.91bn in total revenue in just three months, as Facebook just did in its second quarter of this year (Q2 2014).

Darren Westlake and Luke Lang of Crowdcube

Crowdcube breaks crowdfunding world record by raising £1.2m in 16 minutes

Wed, 23 Jul 2014

It took just 16 minutes for crowdfunding start-up Crowdcube to close a £1.2m funding round yesterday.

Apple sign, Covent Garden

Weaker iPad sales do little to dent Apple’s profits

Wed, 23 Jul 2014

Apple’s profits are up 12%, despite a slump in iPad sales.


iPhone 6 September launch: Apple expects to sell record 80 million handsets

Tue, 22 Jul 2014

Talk about timing. Apple is due to report third quarter results later today and rumours that it the tech giant has placed record orders for the new iPhone have started doing rounds.

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Euro comes into force

Alessio Rastani: Why the euro is going to be trashed

The fastest way for Draghi to kickstart the economy is to trash the euro, says Alessio Rastani

Maryse Liburdi

She's boss of a $44m tech firm and advises the White House - meet Maryse LiburdiVideo

“The tech economy is poorly served by investment in the UK - and in the EU,” says the Pokeware CEO

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Piers Daniell: Why London needs fibre broadband

London’s ancient technology is holding businesses back

Alessio Rastani, financial trader and founder of

Alessio Rastani: How to profit from Brazil today

Why Brazil’s stock market may be more predictable than the World Cup results

Flexible working

7 steps to giving your staff an office on the move

UK businesses can save up to £8.1bn by implementing flexible working


Jonathan Rosenblatt: London’s tech boom is changing attitudes towards commercial property

The Headspace Group MD on whether the property market can cater to start-ups’ needs

Amazon smartphone - not for harry

Harry Cockburn: Why I will not be buying an Amazon smartphone

On Wednesday evening in Seattle, Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos did his best Steve Jobs impersonation in unveiling the company’s first smartphone, the Amazon Fire.

Old Street Roundabout AKA Silicon Roundabout

Silicon Britain: How the UK can rival Silicon Valley

Shalini Khemka, founder & CEO, E2Exchange on how the UK can replicate the successes of Silicon Valley

London skyline with Google, Facebook and other logos superimposed onto the skyline

Alessio Rastani: A new internet revolution is coming... are you ready?

A major revolution in how you use the internet is coming your way…


Mark Howley: The rise and rise of the personal data economy

Mark Howley, group managing director of ZenithOptimedia, explores the growing awareness of the power of data

Bill Gates

Infographic: Which tech CEOs are most charitable?

What have Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and other big tech CEOs donated so far?

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Technology is changing business unbelievably quickly, and you need to stay ahead

Ivan Retzignac and Andrew Bucher, founders of

How can fast-growing tech start-ups be better supported?

MedicAnimal co-founders Andrew Bucher and Ivan Retzignac on how the UK can produce more fast-growth tech companies

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E-GUIDE: Flexible working: The good manager's guidebook

Improve employee retention, motivation and productivity with our free in-depth guide

Doing business overseas

Why the future of work is with you, not the officeVideo

Cloud technology and business innovation means the best firms are working on the move

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