London tech news & analysis
London tech news
iFans, mark your calendars for Tuesday, 9 September 2014. Why? It’s the day of the mother of all tech launches in the world.
Possible Apple smartwatch? Photo via Twitter
Technology fans, prepare to take a few deep breaths and monitor your heart rate, put the champagne to chill and keep prescription medicines nearby; yes, it has been “confirmed” that the iPhone 6 release date is on the near horizon. Halleluiah. The wait is over. Prepare the pyre for your antiquated iPhone 5.
Amazon has snapped up game streaming site Twitch for a whopping $970m (£584m).
London tech insights & interviews
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
UK businesses can save up to £8.1bn by implementing flexible working
The Headspace Group MD on whether the property market can cater to start-ups’ needs
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.
Shalini Khemka, founder & CEO, E2Exchange on how the UK can replicate the successes of Silicon Valley