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Government pulls £50m grant for Tech City regeneration

2 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
Government pulls £50m grant for Tech City regeneration
Regeneration plans, including the construction of a civic centre with a 400-seater auditorium, have been put on hold after the government withdrew the money set aside for the scheme.

Logitech launches cheap H570e USB headset for business

2 hours ago  by Brian Fagioli
Logitech launches cheap H570e USB headset for business
Logitech wants to muffle annoyingly loud office coworkers with the H570e USB headset, designed for business and with a very affordable price tag.

Mozilla names new CEO: Chris Beard, who served as interim

3 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Mozilla names new CEO: Chris Beard, who served as interim
Chris Beard has been confirmed as the new CEO, after having served as interim chief exec following the departure of Brendan Eich back in April.

Japanese investor drops £135m on London data centre to aid "new Internet" plans

3 hours ago  by Emily Garthwaite
Japanese investor drops £135m on London data centre to aid "new Internet" plans
An existing datacentre in the London Docklands area is being expanded in a project set to cost £135m. Work is being done by global datacentre operators Telehouse, with...

Microsoft is pounced on by Chinese officials in alleged antitrust investigation

5 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Microsoft is pounced on by Chinese officials in alleged antitrust investigation
Redmond has once again come under scrutiny in China, following the government’s declaration of Windows 8 as a security risk two months ago.

London warns BT is stifling London’s growth with unaffordable broadband

21 hours ago  by Nathan Chai
London warns BT is stifling London’s growth with unaffordable broadband
The City of London has claimed that BT's lack of high-speed broadband in the square mile is blocking the capital city's growth - an accusation that will be sure to raise hackles.

IBM’s Watson signs up to help the heroes in the US

22 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
IBM’s Watson signs up to help the heroes in the US
Former military personnel using the USAA website can now benefit from revolutionary big data technology to point them in the direction of the right services.

Apple-owned Beats sued by Bose over noise cancelling tech

22 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
Apple-owned Beats sued by Bose over noise cancelling tech
The Massachusetts-based firm has filed a lawsuit against Beats Electronics claiming that it has infringed five of its patents relating to active noise reduction, resulting in a loss of profits.

iTunes Radio set for shake-up after Apple's $30m Swell purchase

23 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
iTunes Radio set for shake-up after Apple's $30m Swell purchase
The US firm has continued its shopping spree with the acquisition of Swell, an app that compiles audio streams into a custom radio station, which could mean big changes for iTunes Radio.

Bring your own device: One small step for man, one giant leap for organisations

28 Jul 2014  by Nigel Seddon
Bring your own device: One small step for man, one giant leap for organisations
Nigel Seddon, the area director at LANDESK, explains how BYOD is saving businesses hundreds of thousands as a result of employees buying their own devices to bring into the workplace.

Amazon’s mobile credit card reader set to arrive next month?

28 Jul 2014  by Darren Allan
Amazon’s mobile credit card reader set to arrive next month?
Amazon has another plan on the boil, this time to take on the likes of Square when it comes to mobile payments.