Streets are not paved with gold any more
Cash strapped Russian internet giant Yandex is gradually winding down the Paris operations of its e-grocery service Yango Deli and might have to exit from London.
Five per cent “plead the fifth”
A Freedom of Information (FoI) request by ProLion has revealed that 17 (52 percent) of London’s borough councils do not have a cyber insurance policy in place to provide support in the event they suffer a cyber attack on their IT systems.
Wants to hire 10,000 people
Google is seriously expanding its presence in London, snapping up the Central Saint Giles development next to Tottenham Court Road station for $1 billion as part of a plan to expand its UK workforce to 10,000 people.
Distraction warns London Mayor
London’s booming technology sector could be making even faster progress if the gridlock over Brexit wasn’t depriving thousands of start-ups and big tech companies of the certainty they need over policy, according to London mayor Sadiq Khan.
What could possibly go wrong?
Millions of people face the prospect of being scanned by police facial recognition technology that has sparked human rights concerns and has been found to be "staggeringly inaccurate".
Launching on May 16th in London
OnePlus has sent invitations for the OnePlus 6 launch event, that will be held in London on May 16th.
New generation phone boxes in London
British Telecom has announced that it will soon begin providing Londoners with free public Wi-Fi, free phone calls and free charging in a range of hotspots.
27,000 PCs still run the ancient software
More than 27,000 PCs in use by London’s Metropolitan Police are running Windows XP despite an IT modernisation programme and fears that it makes them vulnerable to hackers.
Mind the gap
We will arrest you on the basis of our software