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Here’s how UK tech reacted to the Supreme Court’s Brexit ruling


Wiltshire-based HealthTech firm Atlas Genetics closes $35m Series D


Leeds-based online sports network Pitchero lands £3.1m Series A

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Starling Bank first of digital challengers to join Faster Payments as direct partner
No more electronic ‘loose change’: innovative fintech charity payment scheme launched today across 6,000 UK schools
Chimni calls for the UK proptech community to work more closely with the housebuilding industry



Amazon Alexa and driverless cars: The highlights from CES 2017
posted on January 10, 2017

Graeme Maguire, partner and global head of Tech and Comms at Bird & Bird UK, brings you the latest from this year’s CES tradeshow held in Vegas.

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2017 UK tech predictions
posted on January 4, 2017

We spoke to tech entrepreneurs for their take on what the new year will mean for the country’s tech ecosystem.


The Internet of Things: Life-changing tech or a disaster waiting to happen?
posted on November 2, 2016

Cesare Garlati, chief security strategist at the prpl Foundation, an organisation working to make the IoT safer, explains how startups can get IoT security right to avoid being subjected to harm.


Microsoft research: 33% of financial services incumbents fear sector disruptors
posted on October 31, 2016

Half of UK business leaders think their industries will face significant digital disruption within the next two years, according to new research published by Microsoft today.


IoT in the workplace: Welcome to the office of the future
posted on October 5, 2016

Tom McQueen, managing director UK at Futurice, looks at what connected offices could look like in the future.


Startup Weekly: MasterCard Start Path Global calls for applications, Google opens Digital Garage & more
posted on September 23, 2016

Beth Daniel brings you the hottest news relevant to UK tech startups.


NEW: Tech Investment Tracker 2016
posted on August 12, 2016

Our UK Tech Investment Tracker shows you the most prominent investment deals in the UK technology space.

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Startup Weekly: Startupbootcamp IoT cohort, new innovation labs & more
posted on July 15, 2016

Here’s your weekly round up of news about startup competitions, awards, co-working spaces, accelerators and any other exciting things happening in the UK tech sector. Startupbootcamp’s IoT cohort Startupbootcamp has announced the names of the 10 startups accepted to its 2016 IoT cohort. The chosen startups, which are working on a wide range of areas…


The Internet of Things: Finance gets personal
posted on June 13, 2016

Mike Laven is CEO of Currency Cloud, a provider of cross-border money transferring services, explains how the Internet of Things could revolutionise personal finance. I often use a FitBit to track how many steps I take every day. When I connect my device to an app on my mobile phone, I can see how many calories…


#HyperCatCity smart city hub marks official launch
posted on October 15, 2015

The #HyperCatCity collaboration between the government-backed Future Cities Catapult, the Mayor of London, BT, Cisco and other leading players has officially opened its doors in the city. The smart cities hub focuses on creating interoperable solutions for redesigning cities around energy, transport, water, waste and security, and already has a packed programme of events for those…


Things to consider before making an IoT app
posted on September 17, 2015

Matthew Hunt, CEO at Apadmi Enterprise, the enterprise app development division of the UK’s leading mobile app developer, Apadmi, gives his insight into what developers must consider before embarking on the development of an IoT app.  The Internet of Things essentially allows for an increase in machine-to-machine communication and requires a network of data-generating sensors…

Personal Data

What the ‘smart’ revolution means for your personal data
posted on August 11, 2015

A cursory look at the quality of discourse on Twitter and Facebook might lead you to believe that the world is becoming an increasingly dumb place. While this might be true (and there’s plenty of argument on social media about that very point), there’s no escaping the fact that technology is getting smarter. Consider the…

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Supreme Court

Here’s how UK tech reacted to the Supreme Court’s Brexit ruling
posted 5 hours ago


Wiltshire-based HealthTech firm Atlas Genetics closes $35m Series D
posted 6 hours ago


Leeds-based online sports network Pitchero lands £3.1m Series A
posted on January 23, 2017

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UK tech community reacts to Theresa May’s Industrial Strategy proposals
posted on January 23, 2017

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PM Theresa May to reveal Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund to support UK tech
posted on January 23, 2017

Tech for good

Here’s how tech for good startups can maximise their chances of getting funded
posted on January 23, 2017