Google pushes further into virtual reality

New headset to take on Facebook’s Oculus in latest platform war

Russian group accused of online ad fraud

Academ Media denies allegations of faking ad views

China web giants in ‘red envelope’ wars

Companies seek to lure customers through cash and coupons

Tech sector: curses

Fear of declining growth is stalking companies from LinkedIn to Salesforce

The art of living car-lessly in the city

Non car-owning is almost becoming a status symbol, different from greener-than-thou one-downmanship

Twitter shut 125,000 Isis-related accounts

Company says no ‘magic algorithm’ to identify terrorism on the web

US tech companies in data sharing talks

Negotiations with Britain to handover suspicious emails and chats

Small-cap Week, February 6

Lakehouse, Premier Oil, Plethora Solutions, InternetQ, and On the Beach in the news

Week in Review

Week in Review, February 6

Oil majors, Swiss banks, Alphabet, ChemChina and BA in the news

BT Outage - Jonathan McHugh illustration
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A narrow approach to broadband in Britain

BT’s outage brings the debate over our digital future into sharp focus, writes Aleks Krotoski

Technology: The rift with reality

Investment is pouring into virtual reality products but their effect on society is up for debate

Kenneth Corfield, industrialist, 1924-2016

An engineer with an agile eye for the trajectory of technology

Just Eat deals target lead consolidation

Internet takeaway groups strike €125m agreement in ‘winner takes most’ sector

LinkedIn shares plunge 28% after hours

Network falls out of Wall Street favour after downbeat forecast

LinkedIn tumbles 20% on weak outlook

Investors disappointed by forecast despite strong quarterly results

Swiftkey deal highlights gap in AI world

Shortage of talent could become major issue for some companies

Alphabet’s gamble on the future of tech

US group may have the money for moonshots but does it have the discipline?

Sticky moments with the Google Pixel C

With aaannoyiiing keys and too few apps, this is a work in progress

Borrowers return to Europe’s bond markets

Chinese tech group starts ball rolling as US companies instruct banks after slow start to the year

A letter from Google, Apple and Facebook

You pay tax because you don’t know how to use the money. We do

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