UK watchdog worried about Volish Activision-Blizzard take over
Wants an "in-depth investigation"
UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has recommended an "in-depth investigation" into Microsoft's acquisition of Activsion-Blizzard.
Tory minister's broadband shows him up
It just had enough
A UK Tory minister's broadband appeared to have had enough of him telling the world how superior British broadband was and showed the world how pants it really was -- live.
UK government can push alerts to mobile phones
Will notify you about the four horses of the apocolypse
The UK’s national emergency alert system will go live in October, and will give the government the ability to send a text message to any mobile phone in area.
Heatwave dissolves British clouds
Google and Oracle offline
The UK heatwave had a weird effect on Google and Oracle clouds with both had to take off their cloud services and servers because their cooling systems could not handle the temperature and were at risk of burning out.
UK heatwave takes down clouds
What do you expect?
Britain, which is famous for its rain, is having a few problems with its clouds as a heatwave grips the country.
UK works out what to do with AI
A low powered version could be the next Tory leader
New plans for regulating the use of artificial intelligence (AI) will be published today as the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill is introduced to Parliament.
UK will insist tech firms protect customers from other governments' lies
British Government lies should be OK
Tech firms will be required to shield internet users from state-sponsored disinformation posing a threat to UK society and democracy, under changes to a landmark online safety bill.
UK government give Apple a free pass
Will not enforce a USB Type-C charger
The UK government says it is not "currently considering" copying European Union plans for a common charging cable.
BT and Ericsson team up on 5G
Private networks across the UK
BT and Ericsson struck a multi-million pound partnership to offer private 5G networks to businesses across Britain.
Amazon scores millions of UK government contracts
Still a bit iffy on paying tax in the country
The UK government seems to have no problem awarding Amazon lucrative contracts, despite criticism that the outfit’s efforts to avoid paying tax.