London tech news & analysis
London tech news
Forget the iPhone 6! Apple is planning another mega event to launch two new iPads on 21 October.
Thrilling new war technology is under development in Arizona. An engineering team at Arizona State University, backed by the US military, is experimenting with lightweight jetpacks that could help soldiers sprint at high speed across the ground.
Last week, U2’s new album trespassed on your iTunes and sat there, whether you liked it or not.
Phones 4U has just been “forced” into administration, threatening 6,000 jobs as its 550 stores close today – despite the company having profits of more than £100m.
London tech insights & interviews
The founder of Tech London Advocates and Mayor of London’s Tech Ambassador explains why we need kids who code
Does looking to America mean the London startup scene is missing a trick?
Shalini Khemka, founder & CEO, E2Exchange on what UK’s tech clusters need to succeed
Currency Cloud’s Todd Latham on how 2014 is the year that FinTech becomes a teenager
How can the UK tech scene overtake its rivals from across the pond?
DeVono Property’s Adam Landau on London’s next tech hotspots
Not sure what to do with your life? There’s an app for that
From delivering sushi to beaming the internet into remote areas, who is using drones, and why?
The fastest way for Draghi to kickstart the economy is to trash the euro, says Alessio Rastani
“The tech economy is poorly served by investment in the UK - and in the EU,” says the Pokeware CEO
Alastair Mitchell: Want to be charitable? It's not just about money. Think beyond your company’s four walls
Huddle’s CEO and co-founder on responsible business in the modern age
London’s ancient technology is holding businesses back
Why Brazil’s stock market may be more predictable than the World Cup results