Technology - Archive

February 2019 articles

Europe needs a security testing programme to oversee the rollout of 5G in order to combat distrust of providers, according to [...]

15 February

There is a revolution happening. The way in which we own assets and pay for goods – unchanged for centuries – is being turned [...]

15 February

Future regulation on the world’s biggest tech companies must include the UK’s data watchdog, information commissioner Elizabeth [...]

14 February

Amazon has abandoned plans to build its second headquarters in New York City, after facing strict opposition from both state [...]

14 February

London-listed software firm Micro Focus said sales had fallen less than expected last year, causing its share price to jump as [...]

14 February

Apple is to resume sales of its older iPhone models in Germany, but only with chips from Qualcomm as part of a long-running patent [...]

14 February

The maker of the mobile game Angry Birds said its profit halved over the most recent quarter, but expected a brighter future [...]

14 February

Ant Financial has agreed a deal to acquire UK currency exchange Worldfirst, solidifying the firm's presence outside of China. [...]

14 February

JP Morgan is to launch its own cryptocurrency in an unprecedented step for a major US bank. [...]

14 February

Scale-up innovation hub One Eleven has made its first leap outside of Canada, landing in Shoreditch with a new space for London's [...]

14 February

Swedish artificial intelligence (AI) startup Peltarion is heading across the Atlantic after closing a $20m (£15.5m) funding [...]

14 February

Cambridge Analytica. Mark Zuckerberg in front of the US Congress. The first data breach of 2019 occurring less than 24 hours [...]

14 February

The best pop-culture horror holds a mirror to our deepest psychological fears. And while Resident Evil 2 hit consoles in the [...]

13 February

A firm that wants to reinvent commodities trading by using blockchain technology has hired a former energy trader from JP Morgan [...]

13 February

Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey has said that tech firms such as his own have not done enough to protect victims of online [...]

13 February