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First look: Channel 4’s new All 4 on-demand streaming platform

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On Monday next week Channel 4 will be putting its new on-demand streaming platform All 4 live for users in the UK. With new

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Microsoft Band coming to the UK on April 15 for £170

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Microsoft has today confirmed that its fitness tracker, the Microsoft Band, will be available in the UK from April 15 and will cost £169.99. First launched in

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Dayafterday wants you to explore, gather and follow the content that fits you

By   27 days ago

Each week we’re profiling one company that has been selected for Boost – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with

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Did GCHQ illegally spy on you? Privacy International will help you find out

By   42 days ago

Human rights group Privacy International has launched a way to allow anyone in the world to find out whether UK intelligence agency GCHQ illegally spied on them

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Virgin Media to spend £3bn on connecting 4 million UK homes to 152Mbps broadband

By   45 days ago

Virgin Media will spend around £3 billion on increasing the footprint of its broadband network in the UK and increasing the overall speeds for

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UK album charts to incorporate Spotify and other music streaming data from March

By   46 days ago

The UK’s official album charts will finally begin to reflect plays on streaming music services like Spotify and Deezer from the start of next

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UK spy agency GCHQ unlawfully shared NSA internet surveillance data, rules court

By   52 days ago

GCHQ, the UK intelligence agency, unlawfully accessed millions of personal communications collected by the NSA, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) has ruled today. The Tribunal is the only UK court

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Troubled local services site SkillPages has been acquired by Bark

By   54 days ago

We last wrote about SkillPages, the Irish startup that connected people with local service providers, when it redesigned its iOS app in March last year. Since then the company had

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Google loses bid to stop UK consumers from suing over alleged privacy violations

By   3 days ago

UK consumers will continue to have the right to potentially bring legal action against Google for an alleged misuse of privacy settings

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UK may levy 25% ‘Google Tax’ on tech giants’ profits

By   21 days ago

Ahead of the national election in the UK this May, Chancellor George Osborne has proposed a ‘Google Tax’, a 25 percent tax on tech companies’ profits

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UK album charts to incorporate Spotify and other music streaming data from March

By   46 days ago

The UK’s official album charts will finally begin to reflect plays on streaming music services like Spotify and Deezer from the start of next

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CoinJar launches Hedged Accounts to offset Bitcoin currency fluctuations for users

By   48 days ago

CoinJar, a platform for buying, selling and managing your Bitcoin, has announced the launch of Hedged Accounts today in a bid to make the

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UK spy agency GCHQ unlawfully shared NSA internet surveillance data, rules court

By   52 days ago

GCHQ, the UK intelligence agency, unlawfully accessed millions of personal communications collected by the NSA, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) has ruled today. The Tribunal is the only UK court

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LinkedIn opens UK Volunteer Marketplace to connect professionals with charities

By   52 days ago

LinkedIn’s usually about finding your next paid gig but it’s just unveiled a new set of features to connect professionals who want to volunteer with UK charities

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Sky confirms new Now TV box is on the way as it reports increase in on-demand streaming

By   54 days ago

In the summer of 2013, Sky launched a small, Roku-manufactured £10 streaming box. And frankly, for the cost, we thought it was a pretty reliable way to turn

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The BBC’s Doctor Who coding game is launching for Android and iOS tablets today

By   56 days ago

The BBC has updated its online game The Doctor and the Dalek with four new levels, and is launching free iPad and Android tablet

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Dayafterday wants you to explore, gather and follow the content that fits you

By   27 days ago

Each week we’re profiling one company that has been selected for Boost – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with

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TalkTalk’s systems breached, subscribers’ info stolen and used in scams

By   31 days ago

UK-based phone, TV and broadband service provider TalkTalk confirmed today that its networks were breached last December. The company said that users’ personal data — including names, addresses,

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Did GCHQ illegally spy on you? Privacy International will help you find out

By   42 days ago

Human rights group Privacy International has launched a way to allow anyone in the world to find out whether UK intelligence agency GCHQ illegally spied on them

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Virgin Media to spend £3bn on connecting 4 million UK homes to 152Mbps broadband

By   45 days ago

Virgin Media will spend around £3 billion on increasing the footprint of its broadband network in the UK and increasing the overall speeds for

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CoinJar launches Hedged Accounts to offset Bitcoin currency fluctuations for users

By   48 days ago

CoinJar, a platform for buying, selling and managing your Bitcoin, has announced the launch of Hedged Accounts today in a bid to make the

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UK spy agency GCHQ unlawfully shared NSA internet surveillance data, rules court

By   52 days ago

GCHQ, the UK intelligence agency, unlawfully accessed millions of personal communications collected by the NSA, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) has ruled today. The Tribunal is the only UK court

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LinkedIn opens UK Volunteer Marketplace to connect professionals with charities

By   52 days ago

LinkedIn’s usually about finding your next paid gig but it’s just unveiled a new set of features to connect professionals who want to volunteer with UK charities

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UK telecom giant BT confirms £12.5bn acquisition of mobile operator EE

By   53 days ago

BT has confirmed that it is acquiring mobile network EE today for £12.5 bllion. The company announced that it was in

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Google loses bid to stop UK consumers from suing over alleged privacy violations

By   3 days ago

UK consumers will continue to have the right to potentially bring legal action against Google for an alleged misuse of privacy settings

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UK mobile operators will limit bills from stolen phones to £100

By   7 days ago

Five UK mobile networks – EE, O2, Three, Virgin Media and Vodafone – have agreed to limit the bill customers could face

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Microsoft Band coming to the UK on April 15 for £170

By   13 days ago

Microsoft has today confirmed that its fitness tracker, the Microsoft Band, will be available in the UK from April 15 and will cost £169.99. First launched in

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UK spies were fired for inappropriately accessing personal data, says Intelligence and Security Committee

By   18 days ago

Employees of the UK’s security and intelligence services – Mi5, Mi6 and GCHQ – have been fired for inappropriately accessing personal data acquired through bulk surveillance operations, according to a

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Dayafterday wants you to explore, gather and follow the content that fits you

By   27 days ago

Each week we’re profiling one company that has been selected for Boost – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with

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The BBC’s licence fee has no long-term future and could be replaced by subscriptions, say MPs

By   32 days ago

The UK parliament’s Culture, Media and Sport Committee says the BBC licence fee has “no long-term future” and advocates the introduction of a broadcasting levy, in

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UK album charts to incorporate Spotify and other music streaming data from March

By   46 days ago

The UK’s official album charts will finally begin to reflect plays on streaming music services like Spotify and Deezer from the start of next

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EE to spend £1.5bn bringing better mobile coverage and ‘double speed’ 4G to 90% of UK

By   47 days ago

EE has today pledged to significantly improve improve mobile reception for voice calls and bring 4G coverage to 99 percent of the population – including ‘not spots’ –

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UK spies were fired for inappropriately accessing personal data, says Intelligence and Security Committee

By   18 days ago

Employees of the UK’s security and intelligence services – Mi5, Mi6 and GCHQ – have been fired for inappropriately accessing personal data acquired through bulk surveillance operations, according to a

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UK may levy 25% ‘Google Tax’ on tech giants’ profits

By   21 days ago

Ahead of the national election in the UK this May, Chancellor George Osborne has proposed a ‘Google Tax’, a 25 percent tax on tech companies’ profits

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Dayafterday wants you to explore, gather and follow the content that fits you

By   27 days ago

Each week we’re profiling one company that has been selected for Boost – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with

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Booking Now for iOS comes to Europe with the promise of simplifying last-minute accommodation booking

By   32 days ago

Booking.com has today announced the launch of its Booking Now app for iOS users in the UK, following its launch

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Virgin Media to spend £3bn on connecting 4 million UK homes to 152Mbps broadband

By   45 days ago

Virgin Media will spend around £3 billion on increasing the footprint of its broadband network in the UK and increasing the overall speeds for

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EE to spend £1.5bn bringing better mobile coverage and ‘double speed’ 4G to 90% of UK

By   47 days ago

EE has today pledged to significantly improve improve mobile reception for voice calls and bring 4G coverage to 99 percent of the population – including ‘not spots’ –

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Fleet of 40 ‘driverless pods’ to hit the UK’s footpaths later this year

By   47 days ago

A trial run of 40 LUTZ Pathfinder driverless pods will take to the streets paths of Milton Keynes in the UK later this year, according to the

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Dojo overhauls its London going out app for iOS to make it easier to discover new events and places

By   55 days ago

Dojo, an iOS app for finding places to eat or drink and things to do in London, has been updated today to include

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Google loses bid to stop UK consumers from suing over alleged privacy violations

By   3 days ago

UK consumers will continue to have the right to potentially bring legal action against Google for an alleged misuse of privacy settings

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Microsoft Band coming to the UK on April 15 for £170

By   13 days ago

Microsoft has today confirmed that its fitness tracker, the Microsoft Band, will be available in the UK from April 15 and will cost £169.99. First launched in

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TalkTalk’s systems breached, subscribers’ info stolen and used in scams

By   31 days ago

UK-based phone, TV and broadband service provider TalkTalk confirmed today that its networks were breached last December. The company said that users’ personal data — including names, addresses,

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The BBC’s licence fee has no long-term future and could be replaced by subscriptions, say MPs

By   32 days ago

The UK parliament’s Culture, Media and Sport Committee says the BBC licence fee has “no long-term future” and advocates the introduction of a broadcasting levy, in

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Booking Now for iOS comes to Europe with the promise of simplifying last-minute accommodation booking

By   32 days ago

Booking.com has today announced the launch of its Booking Now app for iOS users in the UK, following its launch

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Get on stage at TNW Conference Europe as one of Europe’s fastest-growing companies

By   34 days ago

Tech5 is back for its 2015 edition. The competition, co-hosted by Adyen, celebrates the fastest-growing tech startups in Europe. The goal of Tech5 is simple

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Did GCHQ illegally spy on you? Privacy International will help you find out

By   42 days ago

Human rights group Privacy International has launched a way to allow anyone in the world to find out whether UK intelligence agency GCHQ illegally spied on them

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UK album charts to incorporate Spotify and other music streaming data from March

By   46 days ago

The UK’s official album charts will finally begin to reflect plays on streaming music services like Spotify and Deezer from the start of next

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Google loses bid to stop UK consumers from suing over alleged privacy violations

By   3 days ago

UK consumers will continue to have the right to potentially bring legal action against Google for an alleged misuse of privacy settings

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First look: Channel 4’s new All 4 on-demand streaming platform

By   4 days ago

On Monday next week Channel 4 will be putting its new on-demand streaming platform All 4 live for users in the UK. With new

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$13.8bn sale of O2 to Three’s parent company Hutchison Whampoa is going ahead

By   5 days ago

Hutchison Whampoa, the parent company of UK mobile operator Three, has today confirmed that its purchase of rival UK network O2 will proceed, subject to final approvals. In January

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iZettle launches its first free entry-level Chip & PIN card reader

By   41 days ago

Taking mobile payments if you’re a truly independent retailer can be a bit of a laborious process, and while the likes of Square, Payleven and iZettle have eased that

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Did GCHQ illegally spy on you? Privacy International will help you find out

By   42 days ago

Human rights group Privacy International has launched a way to allow anyone in the world to find out whether UK intelligence agency GCHQ illegally spied on them

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Virgin Media to spend £3bn on connecting 4 million UK homes to 152Mbps broadband

By   45 days ago

Virgin Media will spend around £3 billion on increasing the footprint of its broadband network in the UK and increasing the overall speeds for

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David Cameron announces £50 million programme to bring free Wi-Fi to UK trains from 2017

By   47 days ago

UK Prime Minister David Cameron has announced a £50 million government programme to bring free Wi-Fi to trains across the UK by

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EE to spend £1.5bn bringing better mobile coverage and ‘double speed’ 4G to 90% of UK

By   47 days ago

EE has today pledged to significantly improve improve mobile reception for voice calls and bring 4G coverage to 99 percent of the population – including ‘not spots’ –

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Google loses bid to stop UK consumers from suing over alleged privacy violations

By   3 days ago

UK consumers will continue to have the right to potentially bring legal action against Google for an alleged misuse of privacy settings

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Microsoft Band coming to the UK on April 15 for £170

By   13 days ago

Microsoft has today confirmed that its fitness tracker, the Microsoft Band, will be available in the UK from April 15 and will cost £169.99. First launched in

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UK spies were fired for inappropriately accessing personal data, says Intelligence and Security Committee

By   18 days ago

Employees of the UK’s security and intelligence services – Mi5, Mi6 and GCHQ – have been fired for inappropriately accessing personal data acquired through bulk surveillance operations, according to a

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Dayafterday wants you to explore, gather and follow the content that fits you

By   27 days ago

Each week we’re profiling one company that has been selected for Boost – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with

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iZettle launches its first free entry-level Chip & PIN card reader

By   41 days ago

Taking mobile payments if you’re a truly independent retailer can be a bit of a laborious process, and while the likes of Square, Payleven and iZettle have eased that

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UK album charts to incorporate Spotify and other music streaming data from March

By   46 days ago

The UK’s official album charts will finally begin to reflect plays on streaming music services like Spotify and Deezer from the start of next

Read More →

Troubled local services site SkillPages has been acquired by Bark

By   54 days ago

We last wrote about SkillPages, the Irish startup that connected people with local service providers, when it redesigned its iOS app in March last year. Since then the company had

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Dojo overhauls its London going out app for iOS to make it easier to discover new events and places

By   55 days ago

Dojo, an iOS app for finding places to eat or drink and things to do in London, has been updated today to include

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Google loses bid to stop UK consumers from suing over alleged privacy violations

By   3 days ago

UK consumers will continue to have the right to potentially bring legal action against Google for an alleged misuse of privacy settings

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UK mobile operators will limit bills from stolen phones to £100

By   7 days ago

Five UK mobile networks – EE, O2, Three, Virgin Media and Vodafone – have agreed to limit the bill customers could face

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Microsoft Band coming to the UK on April 15 for £170

By   13 days ago

Microsoft has today confirmed that its fitness tracker, the Microsoft Band, will be available in the UK from April 15 and will cost £169.99. First launched in

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UK spies were fired for inappropriately accessing personal data, says Intelligence and Security Committee

By   18 days ago

Employees of the UK’s security and intelligence services – Mi5, Mi6 and GCHQ – have been fired for inappropriately accessing personal data acquired through bulk surveillance operations, according to a

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Dayafterday wants you to explore, gather and follow the content that fits you

By   27 days ago

Each week we’re profiling one company that has been selected for Boost – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with

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The BBC’s licence fee has no long-term future and could be replaced by subscriptions, say MPs

By   32 days ago

The UK parliament’s Culture, Media and Sport Committee says the BBC licence fee has “no long-term future” and advocates the introduction of a broadcasting levy, in

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UK album charts to incorporate Spotify and other music streaming data from March

By   46 days ago

The UK’s official album charts will finally begin to reflect plays on streaming music services like Spotify and Deezer from the start of next

Read More →

EE to spend £1.5bn bringing better mobile coverage and ‘double speed’ 4G to 90% of UK

By   47 days ago

EE has today pledged to significantly improve improve mobile reception for voice calls and bring 4G coverage to 99 percent of the population – including ‘not spots’ –

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First look: Channel 4’s new All 4 on-demand streaming platform

By   4 days ago

On Monday next week Channel 4 will be putting its new on-demand streaming platform All 4 live for users in the UK. With new

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Microsoft Band coming to the UK on April 15 for £170

By   13 days ago

Microsoft has today confirmed that its fitness tracker, the Microsoft Band, will be available in the UK from April 15 and will cost £169.99. First launched in

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UK spies were fired for inappropriately accessing personal data, says Intelligence and Security Committee

By   18 days ago

Employees of the UK’s security and intelligence services – Mi5, Mi6 and GCHQ – have been fired for inappropriately accessing personal data acquired through bulk surveillance operations, according to a

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Dayafterday wants you to explore, gather and follow the content that fits you

By   27 days ago

Each week we’re profiling one company that has been selected for Boost – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with

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TalkTalk’s systems breached, subscribers’ info stolen and used in scams

By   31 days ago

UK-based phone, TV and broadband service provider TalkTalk confirmed today that its networks were breached last December. The company said that users’ personal data — including names, addresses,

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Booking Now for iOS comes to Europe with the promise of simplifying last-minute accommodation booking

By   32 days ago

Booking.com has today announced the launch of its Booking Now app for iOS users in the UK, following its launch

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David Cameron announces £50 million programme to bring free Wi-Fi to UK trains from 2017

By   47 days ago

UK Prime Minister David Cameron has announced a £50 million government programme to bring free Wi-Fi to trains across the UK by

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EE to spend £1.5bn bringing better mobile coverage and ‘double speed’ 4G to 90% of UK

By   47 days ago

EE has today pledged to significantly improve improve mobile reception for voice calls and bring 4G coverage to 99 percent of the population – including ‘not spots’ –

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