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A BBC investigation for Panorama finds
Controversial taxi app Uber, valued at $40bn recently, has just got a vote of confidence from “China’s Google”, Baidu.
Dealing with the dotcom bomb
“How to kiss”, “How to draw” and “How to meditate” – these are the three big questions Londoners sought answers for on Google in 2014.
Why does BT want EE? How would the deal affect customers and staff?
It’s a sad week for British cinema-goers.
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No, it’s not becasue you took too many photos of your breakfast (but those are really boring by the way)
Social picture sharing site Instagram is now bigger than Twitter with 300 million active users.
CEO Nick Bortot tells us why we should be keeping an eye on this “casual trading” app
Uber is uber-hot right now – for good reasons and bad.
London ranks 26 out of 33 European capital cities for broadband cities, it has been revealed.
An apple a day, or an apple rumour a day?
Uber good news for the tech world today as five-year-old Uber has raised an eye-watering $1.2bn from investors.
‘If at first you don’t succeed, try and try again’ is a familiar axiom for entrepreneurs – and for Amazon boss Jeff Bezos it’s one that’s cost his business “billions”.
Londoner Nina Devani founded her business, DevaniSoft, aged 14.
We’ve had Black Friday, yesterday was Cyber Monday, and we haven’t even got to Christmas proper yet.
Are you planning to buy the iPhone 6? Well, don’t, because Apple is reportedly set to launch an iPhone 6s in spring and an iPhone 7 in September 2015.
Are social media companies trying to make it difficult to understand how they use our data?
“It is heartening to see the UK government government focusing on the technology industry,” says Titus Sharpe, CEO of mvfglobal.com
In 1997, Apple was going bankrupt.
Crikey. It just keeps growing.
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