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  • September 16, 2021 16 Sep'21

    Grace Hopper subsea cable lands in UK

    First private subsea cable to the UK funded by Google intended to improve diversity and resilience of network, underpinning consumer and enterprise products, increasing capacity and powering services such as Meet, Gmail and Google Cloud

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  • September 16, 2021 16 Sep'21

    European president outlines tech vision to drive Europe

    President of the European Commission has set out plans for a stronger European economy, with less reliance on US and Chinese tech giants

  • September 16, 2021 16 Sep'21

    Travel-themed phishing lures spiked this summer

    As people begin to take holidays again after more than a year of restrictions and lockdowns, opportunist cyber criminals have taken note, according to new data from Palo Alto’s Unit 42

  • September 16, 2021 16 Sep'21

    Network Rail U-turns on blanket inside IR35 contractor determinations

    The Department for Transport’s 2020-2021 accounts suggest Network Rail has switched up its IR35 compliance strategy, with more than 70% of its contractors now classified as working outside IR35

  • September 16, 2021 16 Sep'21

    Apple unveils iPhone 13 product line

    The money truck is set to roll again as Apple launches new flagship device attributed with pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in a smartphone

  • September 16, 2021 16 Sep'21

    UK on a roll with 5G in second quarter of 2021

    After two years of stagnant speeds, UK next-generation communications network industry gets into gear in terms of download speeds and availability as all stakeholders work to make conditions ripe for opportunity, with Three UK a ‘decisive’ winner in...

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