A court hearing is underway to decide if the taxi app firm is "fit and proper" to operate in London.
The restaurant's action against President Trump's press secretary kicked off a battle on its review page
First it cheated my feelings. Now it wants my money?
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Neil Muller leaves corner office, chairman takes controls again
Hot on the heels of the latest acquisitions, Daisy Group CEO Neil Muller has told employees he is exiting as the business, which had been in the frame to IPO or sell up, initiates a refinancing deal.…
Commentary: The maze isn't meant for me and that's OK.
In a new article published Monday, The Intercept has now revealed what it describes as secret AT&T facilities across several American cities that are "central to an NSA spying initiative."
The piece builds on earlier reporting that the website did in November 2016 which focused on one such site in New York City.
The eight locations, which are in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, DC, are "peering" facilities that normally route other telecom companies' data traffic onto their network as part of their regular Internet service.
Amid President Trump's feud with Amazon, Toronto gets its chance to shine.
Privacy campaigners say 5.1 million Britons have had their voices stored without permission.
Big Brother Watch questions legal basis for data retention
Campaign group Big Brother Watch has accused HMRC of creating ID cards by stealth after it was revealed the UK taxman has amassed a database of 5.1 million people's voiceprints.…
UK taxman urges tribunal to throw out reseller's appeal
Reseller Aria PC's managing director "must have known" that 11 disputed deals his company made a decade ago had a "connection to fraud", an HMRC barrister has told a tax tribunal.…
The ride-hailing service's hearing begins Monday.
The Westworld game is a "rip-off" of the Fallout Shelter title, alleges Bethesda in its legal papers
The X21's most novel feature is a little disappointing.
Overheating data centres, Bing Visual Search, acquisitions – it's the week at Redmond
Microsoft had a week of acquisitions, almost-apologies and Azure absenteeism as 2018 ground to its halfway point.…
And for heaven's sake, don't fall in love with the data
The Internet of Things is going to solve climate change, fix our political system, and ensure that you can always find a parking spot. Some see a future of 15 billion connected devices.…
Double up or quit, double stake or split – the storage roundup
If we've played our cards right, you'll be up to date on the storage goings-on of the week. Otherwise you'll be lost in the shuffle. Here's a hand full of aces, kings and queens – and don't forget the joker.…
They're called Doves and they do not come in peace.
Robots are rolling around San Francisco, but as robots get smarter what does their future in the technology hub hold?
I had a chance to visit these "creatures" at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore and boy, are they amazing.