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As investment pours into UK tech startups, an increasing number of them are scaling to IPO-size
The three largest VC deals of 2014 went to consumer-focused startups, other top investments went to enterpise focussed companies
Prototypes and simulations based on virtual reality can save companies millions.
Goal-line technology has finally arrived - as well as drones - but what other innovations will the future hold?
Monitors behaviour of people inside the network instead of trying to keep them out
As Shoreditch rents increase, a new tech playground is spawning
Apple Pay, Google Wallet or something else? Spending your money just got a whole lot easier.
With younger workers preferring to live in cities, companies are trading suburban office parks for downtown offices
Like Chef, Puppet, and Ansible, open source StackStorm system helps automate interactions between parts of IT
Predicted Republican majorities in the House and Senate may not lead to big changes in net neutrality and other issues
This week in big data news, a bevvy of data-crunching analysis-centered startups came out of stealth
Google has announced 2-Step Verification using a USB Security Key. But what is 2-Step verification and should more people use it?
At O'Reilly Strata + Hadoop World, the Salesforce.com expert on AI assessed the state of machine smarts
Gesture control and gamification aren't the only things we can expect from Microsoft's in-car ideas
The online luxury fashion retailer is looking for talented developers to join its team in West London
From connected guns to wearables for canine units, the IoT is spurring change in the law enforcement field.
FanDuel is headquartered in NYC but does the majority of its development in Edinburgh
Uber's attempts to prove it cares about users' privacy will be good news for the industry
Digital Business Academy aims to equip people with skills they need to launch a tech startup
A study of GitHub projects and the languages used to build them finds that certain language characteristics are more likely to result in better software
Announces three regional hubs as London HQ opens for business
Interest is growing but sandardsa nd interoperability issues remain
Rorie Devine hits out at Uber's failure to comply with local regulations
Ten of 14 think tanks and advocacy groups earn C grades or lower
Street View lenses are exploring more of our world on an evolving series of platforms