Digital Shoreditch has opened entries on a competition to provide one London-based tech startup with £1m in funding, with the aim of growing the winning company into a £100m business.
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Digital Realty has opened up a new Tier 3 datacentre 17 miles south west of the capital.
Amazon's Digital Media Development Centre is building new services for streaming video to a wide range of devices. ZDNet went for a tour.
Amazon's plan to add 100 more staff to its Digital Media Development Centre in London will see the company hiring university leavers.
Amazon is looking to recruit 100 more workers at its Digital Media Development Centre on the fringes of London's Tech City.
Just days after Amazon said London would be its digital media development hub, Facebook has set up a team in the city that will focus on 'key areas like mobile and platform'
The company is to open up a new centre near the Barbican, bringing together the teams from Lovefilm and Pushbutton, the Amazon subsidiary that developed Lovefilm's apps for smart TVs, consoles and the iPad
Threats to European information security cannot be dealt with by military or other traditional security methods alone, according to digital agenda commissioner Neelie Kroes.Kroes called for a co-ordinated response between the public and private sectors, echoing previous calls made by the European Commission, the UK and the US governments, in a video speech to the Infosecurity Conference 2012 in London on Tuesday.
Google plans to reveal details soon of its London-based Campus project, which will support local technology start-ups and stimulate the online growth of UK businesses.Matt Brittin, vice president of Northern and Central Europe for Google, confirmed the company's plans for Campus during a talk at the Digital London conference on Tuesday.
Telefonica has restructured its business, creating a new unit based in London, to grow its medium- to-long-term digital business prospects
HTC has acquired new gaming and video-on-demand content delivery expertise by buying into two companies, OnLive and Saffron Digital.On Monday, the smartphone manufacturer said in a statement that it was making a "strategic investment" in London-based Saffron Digital, which specialises in multimedia content delivery technology.
Confusion has broken out within government circles over the 2Mbps universal broadband coverage that was called for by Stephen Carter's Digital Britain report.At a Parliament and Internet conference held in London on Thursday, the head of broadband policy for Lord Mandelson's Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) said the government had "never said there will be 2Mbps [provided to UK citizens] at any given time".
Canonical, the London company that founded the Ubuntu Project, today announced professional services to support companies who are building "private cloud" infrastructures behind their corporate firewalls.Earlier this year, the company released a technical preview of Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC), an open-source system that allows companies to build private clouds that match the Amazon EC2 interface.
Lord Carter's Digital Britain report has reignited plans for mobile coverage on the London Underground, months after plans were shelved indefinitely
U.K.-based tech site Telecoms.com offers this account of a recent digital rights roundtable held in London by mobile data platform company End2End.
Lights, minicam, misbehavior! London police say they'll use digital images in legal proceedings against offenders.
But progress slower in the rest of the country
A new wireless broadband service is attempting to use a combination of village pubs and mesh networking to close Britain's broadband divide. Telabria announced the launch of RuralMesh, which aims to provide wireless Internet access at speeds and prices comparable to those of digital subscriber line (DSL) service, at the Wireless LAN Event in London on Tuesday.
Thursday 11/03/2004A long day at Microsoft's London HQ, and it's our own fault. MS has realised that one of the problems it has with digital rights management is bad press -- to be precise, we don't understand what it is, what it's for, how it works or why anyone would want it.
A leading technology expert has warned that digital signatures, an increasingly prevalent Internet security technology, could hail a future devoid of privacy. Speaking at the International Forum on Surveillance by Design in London, Stefan Brands warned that digital signatures might lead to widespread government tracing and identity theft.
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