Start-ups get post-Brexit VC boost

Confidence but figures are worse than a year earlier

Apple iPhone sales set to pass 1bn mark

Momentum slows as market matures, but SE version proves popular

Verizon in $5bn deal for core Yahoo unit

Move will end uncertainty over future of struggling internet group

Arm sale is case of seeking cash premium

Boards have a duty to think more widely when it comes to bid approaches

Art, science and a brand new blue

The art world is thrilled at the prospect of the first vivid new shade for 200 years

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Week in Review, July 23

SoftBank in £24bn chip deal; HSBC, US banks, VW and Microsoft also in the news

Twitter still waiting for @Jack comeback

Messaging platform strives to boost user numbers as rivals compete on news and video

Lenovo: Pokéhunters

Touting Chinese tech group as the next beneficiary of the monster-catching game seems far-fetched

Samsung countersues Huawei over patents

South Korean group fires back at Chinese rival

Pokémon Go launches in Japan

Logjam on app stores as home market made to wait 10 days

On a rollercoaster with added VR

A digital dogfight is mirrored by loops and swoops of the ride

Facebook internet drone passes first test

Solar-powered drone fleet aims to bring web to millions

Apple Watch sales fall 55%

IDC says interest in category is expected to be muted in 2016

Mind the gap in tech reporting numbers

The true cost of disruption often lies hidden

German challenger bank gets full banking licence

N26, a Berlin-based start-up, plans to expand its digital banking product across Europe

Elon Musk outlines lofty goals for Tesla

Vehicle group to make full range of electric cars, buses and trucks

Intel struggles to offset PC decline

Qualcomm taps into smartphones’ brighter fortunes with China deals

Twitter’s overdue action on abuse

It is often impossible to separate good free speech from bad

Murdoch and Son are back in charge

Fox and SoftBank founders are guiding spirits who move more on instinct than hard data

Uber challenged on UK drivers’ status

Landmark legal case on whether car-booking app’s drivers are self-employed or workers with rights

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