The debate, which centres on the introduction of Internet fast lanes, at extra cost, for high-bandwidth services, was also subject to an online slowdown protest last week from Netflix and Twitter.
The vehicle hire app has a number of ambitious plans for the future, including a rickshaw service in the developing world, as well as delivering products from the local corner store or pharmacy.
TechUK, a trade association supported by over 800 companies in the technology sector, has invited a panel of politicians (and us) to discuss Britain's digital future.
Apple isn’t really a hardware company anymore, as these days it is gradually shifting its business to an online, incremental purchasing model.
The rival payment platform has run an advertisement in the San Francisco Chronicle questioning Apple’s security, claiming that users “want our money safer than our selfies.”
Microsoft is splashing out a lot of money for the hit game, but with an upcoming movie and a ton of merchandising opportunities, it could be a very wise investment.
The Swiss watchmaker recently lost its vice president of global sales to Apple and is seeking revenge by going into direct competition with the tech giant.
The letter calls on the company’s board to end the dispute so that they aren’t remembered as being associated with a disagreement that has seen certain authors lose 90 per cent of sales.
Businesses in the UK are missing out on insights provided by new sources of big data, as recent research shows just 20 per cent of companies were actively investigating new sources of data.
Despite the number of high profile attacks in recent months, many organisations are still lacking confidence in their ability to prevent a cyber attack or data breach.
Amazon continues to grow the ecosystem for its relatively new set-top box, the Fire TV, with today's addition of the popular music-streaming service.