Prime Minister reveals £2.3bn in new funding, with around 1,600 jobs set to be created.
The U.K. voted in a General Election on Thursday. The result ends five years of coalition government, and ushers in five years of true blue Tory rule. Here’s a quick round up of a few of the tech issues and areas that are going to be in play over the course of this Parliament. Read More
A new venture capital fund for startups has been launched by the Mayor of London, aiming to boost the city’s already burgeoning startup scene. The new London Co-Investment Fund will supported by £25 million from the Mayor’s office and up to £60 million from six private sector partners,
Startups in Silicon Valley, the epicenter of the tech world, and the U.S. overall have seen an unprecedented amount of investment as consumers and businesses buy into more online services, and investors flock to fund the next big thing. But the ripples of that trend are being felt elsewhere,
“Startup businesses back the Conservatives,” screamed last week’s headline in The Guardian newspaper. In a move that feels somewhat unprecedented for the U.K.’s startup scene, which isn’t especially known for ‘doing politics’,
There’s another new startup fountain in town in India, after Helion Venture Partners announced its fourth fund worth $300 million. Read More
As the cream of Europe’s entrepreneurs filed into the beautifully lit room at a European tech conference late in 2012, picking up their champagne as they went, a VC leaned over to Welsey Chan of Google Ventures and asked: “Why one earth are you guys sponsoring these drinks?
You could be forgiven for thinking that Eventbrite, hot on the heels of its latest $60 million fund raise, has pretty much sewn up the long tail of event ticketing. Meanwhile,
The Europas Conference & Awards for European Tech Startups, on June 16 in London, is an annual celebration of Europe’s brightest tech companies. From a small bar in central London in 2009, it’s become a fixture of the European scene, with it’s highly curated daytime speakers and audience,
Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos once famously said that in order to be a $200 billion company, Amazon had to learn how to sell clothes and food. And while the company has been steadily growing the latter business with initiatives like Amazon Fresh,
The technology sector had a rough year in Washington. In the face of growing political spending, increasing economic might and stumbling government agencies, tech got nearly nothing it wanted in 2014.NSA reform died, as did copyright reform, and patent reform. Immigration reform? Kaput.
Partnership with the Chinese smartphone maker dubbed a security threat.
Next generation of chips will be slimmer than ever, and TSMC is leading the way.
NetOps needs to support network connectivity in hybrid environments, which can feel somewhat like being stuck between a business group, cloud strategist, and cloud provider.
Technology is the smartest, most efficient way to ensure your firm is compliant with all regulations.
All companies are now software companies. It’s also why organisations around the world are increasingly embracing a concept called DevOps.
Chinese hacker group 'Thrip' targeted servers responsible for satellite operations.
Azure users in North Europe saw downtime of roughly eleven hours earlier today.
Software is often the weakest link which allows attackers to gain access to organisations and their data.
Going back to security basics could help prove a key business differentiator, says Symantec’s Darren Thomson.
Chinese firm due to begin trading again after paying $1.4bn fine.
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Hillary Clinton is not impressed with the Republicans in Congress.After Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Republicans plan to delay a vote for the confirmation of Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch until the Senate passes a controversial human trafficking law,