Technology - Archive

March 2017 articles

Robots and artificial intelligence (AI) seem to be in the news all the time, and breakthroughs are announced regularly. [...]

29 March

After a string of difficulties, including sexual discrimination claims, Uber has released its very first diversity report in [...]

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As the long-awaited day of Britain officially signalling it is leaving Europe draws near, the UK's tech and digital industries [...]

28 March
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Lendable, a consumer lending platform, has announced a £100m investment by Waterfall Asset Management, a global credit investor. [...]

28 March
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Uber is expanding its fleet of electric vehicles in London in a bid to tackle air pollution in the capital. [...]

28 March
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Over the last 20 years Ireland has established itself as The Data Capital of Europe; with an impressive cluster of leading data [...]

28 March
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Uber is closing its operation in Denmark, after it said new rules due to come into force in the country will make its operation [...]

28 March
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Jack Dorsey's payments company Square is launching in the UK to kick off European expansion plans. [...]

28 March
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Samsung is trying to move on from its disastrous Note 7 debacle and will this week launch its newest flagship phone, the Galaxy [...]

28 March
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Google Home is launching in the UK on 6 April at a price of £129, the company has this morning announced. [...]

28 March
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Oh look – Comic Sans is trending on Twitter again. Thousands of people are responding to an interview in the Guardian with [...]

28 March
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National security must always trump privacy rights. The European Convention explicitly allows this. It also affirms the right [...]

28 March
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While the safety of citizens is a government’s first duty, the home secretary’s accusation that WhatsApp and other encrypted [...]

28 March
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Lord Henley, parliamentary under-secretary for the department of work and pensions (DWP), has given “categorical assurance” [...]

27 March
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Deliveroo riders are gearing up for a legal challenge against the startup over rights to holiday pay, minimum wage and other [...]

27 March
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