Chinese city to launch Uber rival service

Guangzhou plan follows raid to shut US group’s local office

Big Data’s infinite harvest
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Big Data’s infinite harvest

They give us free computing power and we reveal ever more about ourselves

Amazon starts to book UK sales in Britain

Shift over Luxembourg deal brings revenues in reach of taxman

Apple Watch
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Apple: the next small thing

There are whispers of weak demand for the Watch

Hewlett-Packard: calculated moves

The tech group has shown willingness to make hard choices. There are still more to be made

HP revenues hit by falling printer sales

Whitman flags up innovation as company prepares to split

online shopping advertising

YouTube to allow users to buy within ads

Consumers will be able to link to brand websites in one click

HP spins off Chinese server business

US hardware companies come under pressure in country

Apple Watch steel
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Apple Watch’s pluses emerge over time

Once you tailor the functions to your personal taste, it is hard to imagine being without it

The challenge from digital concierges

Applying a little human-powered care to ecommerce

Uber accused over driver allegations

Brussels prosecutor says driver claimed company made him complain

Spotify pushes into video and podcasts

Streaming group adds new products before Apple launches service

Huawei launches ‘internet of things’ OS

Chinese telecoms group’s operating system targets connected devices

Hackers breach Telstra ISP Pacnet

Attack potentially exposes data of thousands of customers

Uber challenges Johnson over minicab cap

US taxi app group says move would mean ‘higher prices’ in capital

Data rules weave a tangled global web

Legislation varies from state to state, but EU regulation offers hopes of standardisation

EU toughens its data protection regime

There will be plenty of legislative twists and turns before companies will see the new rules

Conflict over ownership lies ahead

More information is flowing, but can we turn off the tap?

Simple steps to protecting your data

Keeping details safe need not be complicated

Marco Civil a step forward say rights activists

The Brazilian law provides protection against government intervention

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