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  • January 14, 2021 14 Jan'21

    London received quarter of all European tech funding in 2020

    Technology startups in London raised near-record levels of venture capital investment last year despite uncertainty related to Brexit and Covid-19

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  • January 14, 2021 14 Jan'21

    BT cries foul on rivals’ coverage claims as O2, EE extend UK 5G nets

    Two of the UK’s mobile giants make significant additions to next-gen networks, but BT consumer CEO warns that rivals are not giving customers meaningful levels of coverage and quality in their 5G offers

  • January 14, 2021 14 Jan'21

    Numbers stack up for UK open banking three years on

    Three years have passed since open banking regulations came into force and momentum is gathering

  • January 14, 2021 14 Jan'21

    AWS urges US court to throw out Parler breach of contract lawsuit

    Amazon Web Services has responded to news of Parler’s attempt to sue it for breach of contract by filing a lawsuit detailing allegations of the various threats it claims forced it to pull the plug on the stricken social media site

  • January 14, 2021 14 Jan'21

    Scottish councils need better digital skills, report finds

    Councils in Scotland still suffer from a lack of digital skills among staff despite progress during the pandemic, and the Scottish Local Government Digital Office has failed to deliver its goal of common platforms and joint procurement, according to...

  • January 14, 2021 14 Jan'21

    Old, on-premise systems targeted in Hackney ransomware attack

    Council reveals some more insight into how the Pysa ransomware gang infiltrated its systems by exploiting legacy technology