Ride-hailing company Lyft has announced an initial public offering in which 30.77 million shares will be sold between $62 and $68 per share.
Uber used a spyware application to lure drivers away from a rival competitor, effectively shutting the company out of the emerging ride-sharing market.
Selected by five leading tech entrepreneurs and experts, Tech Nation has announced the ten leading startups that have won a spot on its prestigious Rising Stars programme.
If Brexit is supposed to send businesses flocking, it hasn’t happened yet.
Despite attracting more investment in 2018 than any other emerging technology, artificial intelligence (AI) startups are seeing fewer AI investors each than any other segment.
Bristol, Leicester, Sunderland, Nottingham and Sheffield were recently revealed as the best cities in the United Kingdom for starting a business.
UK telecommunications firm Vodafone has announced the winners of its inaugural Techstarter Awards, recognising eight startup organisations that are using technology for good.
Technology has changed the world as we know it.
Facebook was born out of a dorm room, Airbnb was founded by three friends forced to rent out part of their home to pay rent, and Apple was formed by two college dropouts in one of their parents’ garage.
Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba, China’s answer to Amazon, has business acumen that few others can match, having grown the eCommerce website started in his living room into a $400bn business.
With killer robots, data breaches and surveillance, technology can often get a bad rep.
Some 80% of decision makers in technology and engineering businesses believe that there is a talent gap in the industry, pointing to the high percentage of job candidates for open positions that lack the skills required to perform the role.
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A Tinder-style app called The Crowd has launched that lets students, faculty and staff at universities pitch their business ideas to investors.
320,000 people are homeless in the UK, says charity Shelter.
A bio-plastics partnership has developed the chemistry behind a plant-based fire-suppressant building material that could have helped prevent the Grenfell disaster in London in June 2017.
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Few companies have quite invested in the future like SoftBank, a Japanese telecommunications company turned global tech investor.
Nanosatellite startup Astrocast has announced three new pilot companies that will utilise its network of IoT cubesats.
SOPHiA GENETICS has announced the closing of a $77m investment round, which will be used to grow the number of hospitals that the leading health technology company serves globally.
Despite the uncertainty that Brexit has brought on the business world, advancements in a range of emerging technologies will offer exciting new opportunities for potential startups in 2019.
This year we’ve seen the launch of the world’s most powerful tablet, the rise (and possible fall) of bitcoin and the introduction of 5G.
You would be hard pressed to find a sector more dynamic and innovative than tech.
The UK’s Court of Appeal has ruled that Uber drivers are “workers” and therefore entitled to the minimum wage and holiday pay.
Businesses are beginning to invest in technology, with 25% of European businesses planning to spend on emerging technologies by 2020.
Boomoji, an app that allowed iOS and Android users to create 3D avatars, has suffered a data leak that could have potentially compromised the personal data of more than 125 million people.
Dutch space startup Hiber is set to launch the first of its nanosatellites into orbit today as part of its mission to provide the entire planet with internet access.
UK startup Signoi has launched a platform that can analyse large amounts of unstructured data and turn it into human insight for businesses.