Technology
2022-11-24

Although technology cannot fix the broken system, there are hopes it can lighten the load

Tightening of belts across the sector may leave Dublin gasping

Billionaire enlists the first ever iPhone hacker as he continues his overhaul of the company

FTX collapse leaves 80,000 UK crypto traders out of pocket

Twitter to resume hiring after Elon Musk sacks more than 4,000 staff

Crypto broker Genesis at risk of bankruptcy as FTX contagion spreads

Microchip factory staff accuse Shapps of putting 600 job at risk by blocking Chinese takeover

Inflation will burst this tech bubble and good riddance to its New Age cranks

Trouble looms for Masayoshi Sons Softbank following a string of bad bets and the spectre of rising inflation

Apples latest iPad Pro is more powerful than ever, but recommending it over the MacBook range is becoming more difficult

Gigafactories green push towards net zero emissions could create millions of tonnes of hazardous junk

Billionaires Starlink venture plans to boost internet speeds using thousands of satellites - and the Government wants a slice

A quarter of the founders in the Tech Hot 100 were born overseas and moved to the UK

Tech Hot 100: Technology that solves problems for under represented groups has been ignored by investors. Now founders are fighting back

The wealth of the Tech 100s entrepreneurs could power the next generation of start-ups

More than half this years list are new entries - a sign that many founders have not just weathered the crisis but have flourished

Soon you could be walking in a street in London next to your best friend, who at the same time is walking with you in Sydney, Australia

Tesla has fended off the worlds biggest car brands to date, but now it faces a new breed of competitor emerging from the bloc

Activists have accused governments of misusing hacking tools to surveil journalists and campaigners

Promising results from Pfizers trial mean its UK rival is under pressure - but the race for a jab is far from over

Humas founder, Dan Vahdat, is hoping remote patient monitoring will help the NHS deal with the backlog of cases that Covid has caused

Celebrating the British entrepreneurs and business leaders taking tech global

The billionaire Collison brothers have built a payments behemoth that more than half of British adults used to buy things online last year

Oxford Nanopore is using its high-tech handheld scanners to monitor the spread of coronavirus by monitoring through DNA

Andrew Hopkins is at the forefront of a revolution that is set to transform how medications are developed

Euan Blair wants to use his apprenticeships start-up Multiverse to dispel the belief that university degrees are needed to be successful

Klarna boss warns against crackdown on tech in wake of FTX collapse

Revolut boss renounces Russian citizenship as his father is sanctioned by Ukraine

Revolut blames Brexit as it shifts one million trading customers from London to Lithuania

Cybersecurity start-up advised by former GCHQ chief lays off 10pc of staff

Indian voices edited out of customer service calls by Silicon Valley start-up

Taxpayer-backed tech startup faces administration as investor writes off 79m stake

Meet George Hotz, the maverick coder Elon Musk has asked to fix Twitter... in 12 weeks

Mollycoddled tech workers get a rude awakening

I never wanted to be a chief executive and will find a new boss to run Twitter, Elon Musk tells Delaware court

Dr Robot: How automation and tech could cure the crumbling NHS

Microdrones: the AI assassins set to become weapons of mass destruction

From spillovers to Disease X, how AI will rank viruses with greatest pandemic threat

Social media giants will be forced to give dead childrens data to parents

Rishi Sunak pledges UK will have new online safety laws by next spring

The teenage mental health crisis is now a societal disaster

Pokmon Scarlet and Violet review: colourful but confusing creature catching

Call of Duty Modern Warfare II review: inventive campaign aims high but multiplayer remains surest shot

God of War Ragnarok review: a thrilling but heartfelt blockbuster triumph

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