Details of 50,000 Uber drivers breached

Ride-sharing app says unknown party accessed information last May

The tech industry and its problem with women

Women are under-represented, sidelined for promotion and regularly exposed to inappropriate behaviour

The Googleplex, as you’ve never seen it before

Silicon Valley’s super-rich tech companies have found a new way to compete

Small-cap Week, February 28

Tungsten Corporation, Bowleven, Coms and Intelligent Energy featured

Tech groups must get serious about security

Lawsuits against Lenovo could force tech groups to take security more seriously

Blue dress

Oh, The Dress we’re in

Instead of women with no clothes, internet stuck on some clothes with no woman

Until the criminal investigation has been completed

Employee accused of crime

Risks of a claim for wrongful dismissal

Week in Review

Week in Review, February 28

Google shake-up in Europe; Silicon Valley discrimination and Honda also in the news

Brussels city plans to lift ban on Uber

Taxi app makes headway with regulators in Belgian capital

Quest to inspire as smartphones stagnate

MWC gets under way in Barcelona as manufacturers look to impress

Apple goes it alone

Technology group opts to launch products away from world mobile event

The time is now for Eric Migicovsky

Pebble smart watch visionary prepares to take on the Apple Goliath

Google Play is becoming a serious business

Google Ventures’ Europe arm taps Kobalt

US group’s investment arm leads $60m funding round in UK music technology start-up

Tencent takes prize in ‘red envelope’ war

WeChat trumps rival Alibaba with 1bn new year cash gifts

City Insider: A seasoned Bill Winters

Morgan Stanley’s cyber attack, Investec silent and banking on art

Amadeus set to soar on airline bookings

Results expected to show the growth of IT solutions business

Watchdog heeds Obama on net neutrality

Historic intervention could face legal challenges

Google shapes up for journey to adulthood

Overdue reorganisation should help it assuage European concerns

The legend of Silicon Valley’s unicorns

Tech companies are raising private money through financing rounds rather than IPOs