Microsoft enters Myanmar minefield 

Client company founder denies links with drugs trade

Even Isis jihadis love Telegram messaging

For those who prioritise audience reach, the site’s appeal is its simplicity and security

New HP duo disappoint on forecast debut

Guidance issued for the first time since October split

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Adele breaks record for US album sales

Strategy to hold back album from streaming sites pays off

Shahar Waiser founder and CEO of The Gett application at his offices in Tel Aviv Tuesday Oct. 27 2015. Photo by Eyal Warshavsky.
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Gett - new direction for taxi app

Shahar Waiser is changing the model to add fast delivery of goods

Nokia E55
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Bring back the dumbphones

Apps will not help with our smartphone addiction but changing the hardware might

Xiaomi steps up Huawei smartphone rivalry

Chinese group moves to revive sales with new flagship device

Pension reforms boost ‘silver start-ups’

Mid-life entrepreneurs set to spend lump sums on seed capital

Black Friday shoppers face malware threat

Credit card details targeted in post-Thanksgiving US shop-athon


Takeaway start-up Deliveroo raises $100m

Food delivery group raises money for third time in a year

FAA report recommends drone registrations

Mandatory filing for gadgets heavier than a paperback is urged

BAE marched back up the market hill

Additional defence spending is good news for aerospace company

Diebold/Wincor Nixdorf: cashing out

Combining the two groups makes sense in the face of acute challenges

Instagram’s camera-shy co-founder

Brazilian Mike Krieger is happy to be the hit photo app’s ‘invisible’ tech leader but he is no introvert

Alibaba to sell $1bn stake in O2O group

Chinese ecommerce company plans to focus on its own Koubei platform

PayPal taps social app Venmo for revenue

Millennials lured to service that lets them broadcast spending

Playtech folds on Plus500 deal

Gambling group says FCA demands will take too long to implement

Alert system boosts education in Africa

Girls gain better exam results with Camfed’s tracking system

Contactless future for the London commuter

One of the world’s leading mass transit systems is using technology to make journeys more seamless

Business warned of cyber enemy within

Companies advised to adopt better safeguards against inside jobs


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