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Three-quarters of the ‘unbanked’ do not have internet access
Return of last year’s inaugural rankings from the Innovative Lawyers stable
Alphaville investigates a minor mystery.
Tech giant adds more engineers in boost to self-driving car project
Companies that learn from closures could still win the future of retail
Chinese company’s move comes as it faces intense scrutiny from Washington
Instagram boss’s retail therapy, Alibaba’s next-gen leaders. the anti-ADHD video game
FCA says technology giant ‘will not walk through authorisation’
China will benefit if America forces the world to choose between them
Devices range from room sensors tracking vital signs to bracelets triggering advice via radio
Washington’s efforts to isolate Huawei could shut out US tech giants from the continent
Adam Mosseri lays out vision of joining up merchants, shoppers and influencers
The start-up creating the first prescription video game for neurological conditions
Privacy and regulatory questions still loom over ambitious blueprint
Deal will create a group with revenues of €17bn and more than 250,000 employees
Start-up aims to bring together ‘shelf and shopper data’ to boost store sales
UK’s quantum leap to Valley, Warner hires new studio head, Raspberry Pi 4 launched
Clegg has a “very substantive” role at Facebook, apparently.
There is a danger that edtech may only worsen the industrialisation of the current system
The BIS outlines why the issue isn't whether big tech techniques are effective; it's whether they are desirable.
Beijing hopes to be mobile internet superpower after issuing commercial licences
Digital currency plan has already garnered a backlash, but may still be hugely disruptive
Niklas Heuveldop says it makes no sense to shut Chinese group out of parts of 5G network
Tech giant asks suppliers to review costs in south-east Asia and Mexico