Technology - Archive

April 2019 articles

Cybersecurity firm Avast reported year-on-year revenue growth of 6.1 per cent in the first quarter of 2019. [...]

18 April

Peer-to-peer lending platform Funding Circle saw loans under management soar to record highs in the first three months of this [...]

18 April

Does Alibaba boss Jack Ma deserve the criticism for backing the ‘996’ working week? [...]

17 April

Cytora, a provider of artificial intelligence (AI) technology to transform commercial underwriting in insurance, has today closed [...]

17 April

Tech giant Apple has ended a bitter two-year battle with former supplier Qualcomm, settling a patent dispute in California late [...]

17 April

Netflix expects its subscriber growth rate to weaken in the coming months, as upcoming US price rises for its TV streaming site [...]

17 April

Just Eat has acquired Practi, a software service that trades in tablet-based Point of Sale (PoS) and restaurant management systems. [...]

16 April

Sick of your podcast getting drowned out in Tube tunnels? So are we. [...]

16 April

The US government’s campaign to ban Huawei from 5G networks “belittles national security”, the firm’s cyber security [...]

16 April

Eight in 10 chief information officers at major British companies have voiced concerns about the need to re-train staff as technology [...]

16 April

Microsoft has admitted that hackers had access to some of its Outlook, Hotmail and MSN email accounts for at least three months. [...]

15 April

Reviewing Apple’s new iPad Air is tricky. For most people, this is the iPad to buy, the one that will fulfil all your tablet [...]

15 April

The UK’s tech sector is growing three times faster than the rest of the economy. [...]

15 April

When I travel across the globe, there is an issue I get asked about time and time again: what is it about London that makes it [...]

15 April

Social media giants must limit their collection of personal data from children or face fines of up to £17m, the UK data watchdog [...]

15 April