French Le Web

French tech minister thinks her country can take on Silicon Valley

On the eve of LeWeb 2014, France’s digital minister Axelle Lemaire caused a bit of a stir when she was quoted as saying that the country had nothing to learn from Silicon Valley. Quoi? On stage today at the LeWeb 2014 Conference in Paris, conference organizer Loic Le Meur asked Lemaire if she really believed that. For…

Making it in New York: Our first documentary


Tech has made New York City almost unrecognisable

Most popular


Forget Berlin, Stockholm’s startup scene has come of age


3D printed foetuses: Creepy, inevitable, and likely lucrative

Week in Tech Thumbnail

The Fall of Mt Gox, Elevator Pitch, SXSW & more in your Week in Tech!

Latest News

london new york

Coming to America: Five Tips for the Transatlantic Leap

Over the past few months, Tech City News has produced a documentary exploring New York’s tech scene and the challenges of expansion. In August, the team spent a week interviewing members of the Big Apple’s tech community about why it has become a strong contender as a base for US expansion.  As part of the project, Tech…


Uber vs. Lyft: the drama, the intrigue, the canceled rides


TechHub goes global with Indian expansion

Hiring This Week

Facebook plays God, Google releases a cube and more in your Week in Tech


Get your action cam out! GoPro’s stock rises 30% after IPO


London flexes fintech muscle in Financial News list

Announcing the Hall of Fame – The faces behind London’s international tech success story

Fashion models

Fashion rental site Chic by Choice raises $500k to redefine high-end fashion


Over crowned ‘World’s Best Startup’ in Milan


Erase and rewind – Europe rules over the internet

In 1998 an article was published in a Spanish newspaper about Mario Costeja González’s house being auctioned due to debts. In 2010, Mr González brought a case against both the newspaper and Google for linking to it, arguing that news was no longer relevant and breached his rights to privacy. Yesterday, the European Court of…


Alibaba’s IPO: let’s be honest about what we do and don’t know


Why we moved our startup from San Francisco to London


Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba finally files for its IPO


Amazon’s smartphone revealed: Looks like every other phone


Britain dominates the Innotribe Startup Challenge


How can I legally pay people working for me from abroad?


Has Munich overtaken London?


Osborne clamps down on digital media