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Europe may get yet another smartphone alternative if Kazam realises its plan.
EE has announced that its LTE users numbers are growing, and further expansion and 4G plans are on the way.
A graduate scheme for entrepreneurs reveals that the 2012 class have raised £15m in seed funding.
Google has awarded a total of £2m to four charities that are aiming to use technology to make the world a better place.
The European telco is bolstering its 4G LTE infrastructure in the U.K. with double its original investment in order to keep up with its main rival.
According to new research, Nokia is helping push up Windows Phone device shipments while BlackBerry is yet to make its comeback felt in some major European countries.
BT will move six million co-branded email accounts to its own system in the coming months.
The UK's first major 4G network has been extended to a handful of towns, while EE has started offering 30-day SIM-only plans giving users a bit of LTE data without a full-on contract.
With its sights set firmly on European expansion, cloud ERP firm Workday has flagged up its strategic intentions with two new payroll initiatives.
The UK government is spending billions on tech projects that are at risk of failure, warns a report by the Major Projects Authority.
4G mobile operator EE will host a hackathon in London next month in order to spur development of apps that make use of the higher networking speeds offered by its 4G LTE service.
A private link between the Janet network and Microsoft's Windows Azure's datacentre will eliminate the need to send data over the public internet.
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.
Many small businesses struggle to cope with internet security and are refusing to trade online as a result.
Small- to medium-sized companies around London's Old Street roundabout in Shoreditch are failing to achieve their full potential as tech giants are snapping up the best talent, according to a recent report.