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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.
It’s not quite The King’s Speech, but today Her Royal Highness the Queen of England used her own fingers to send a tweet from an exhibition at the Science Museum.
Amazon’s net losses reached almost half a billion dollars over the past three months, making it the worst quarterly loss in the company’s history, the retail giant has revealed.
So goodbye Nokia, Finnish purveyor of mobile telephones.
The illegal drones flying above London... and the chair of the government's drones committee who was “horrified” to discover Google MapsVideo
Drone footage can be breathtaking, capturing aerial views that you just can’t get any other way.
Facebook’s UK corporation tax bill last year? Zero, zip, zilch, nada, compared to its net profit of $1.5bn last year.
Satya Nadella, the Microsoft chief executive who gained unwelcome notoriety this month after saying that women shouldn’t ask for a pay rise, is himself on a blockbuster pay package worth over $84m, it has emerged.
Apple’s “record-breaking” iPhone launch has pushed fourth-quarter earnings to a stonking $8.47bn (£5.24bn).
Ajay Chowdhury, CEO of Seatwave on why European VCs are finding it harder and harder to raise new funds
Money has been a key part of our species’ history. With huge markets, money has been responsible for helping humans achieve astonishing feats, as well as driving some of our most shameful episodes.
It’s certainly not what Tim Berners-Lee had in mind when he devised the technology that brought on the dawn of the internet age.
Google is set to roll out the fifth incarnation of its Android operating system tomorrow. Named Lollipop, the system has been designed to appeal to businesses.
The UK spends more on cyber defence than any other European state, and rightly so. New statistics have emerged showing that the UK suffered significantly more cyber attacks over the first half of 2014 than any other state across Europe, the Middle Eastern or Africa (EMEA).
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan have donated a generous $25m (£15.7m) to prevent the outbreak of ebola.
Headspace Group MD Jonathan Rosenblatt on changing attitudes towards work space
Which search goliath is Google’s biggest rival? No, not Yahoo or Bing. It’s the amazing Amazon.
In the wake of the Snapchat photo leak scandal, Zia Hayat, CEO and founder of Callsign, offers security advice to businesses
If there’s one system that is obviously not working, it is the pay system that means that men in the US earn 17.7% more than their female counterparts.
Seen that kickstarter campaign to keep Nickelback OUT of London?
Apple has just been named the most valuable brand in the world, ahead of Google and Coca-Cola.
Has Apple been inspired by the recent Bendgate scandal? The tech goliath may soon launch an e-paper with a bendable screen.
The US government is in court, thanks to Twitter.
For long-term Bitcoin investors, early December 2013 must seem like a long time ago.
Savvy move into mobile or tech bubble bonkers?
Two ex-Apple employees have described working at Apple as “working in a nuclear plant”.
School of Life’s Alain de Botton explains the virtues of modern business at this amazing event, launching Midtown Big Ideas Exchange
School of Life co-founder to give must-see talk
The glorious reign of the red telephone box is at an end. We no longer depend on the ubiquity of the iconic payphones now that mobile and internet technologies have delivered us the smartphone.
Ello Ello, what’s all this then?