• 2018 Technology Quick 500 Award Winners

    TAO unites the region’s expertise trade and is a acknowledged chief in shaping and growing technology and business communities. Why have an software to run in your browser? As a result of for tasks shared between people at completely different places, it is smart to entry password-protected units of labor. 37signals gives Backpack (notice the area is backpackit) for easy duties and the bigger Basecamp for grown-up initiatives. Tadalist is simpler, being just to-dos (however is not that what it is about?), whereas Google’s Paperwork & Spreadsheets requires a Google account (they’re free) and would not try to compete with … Read More

  • 5G moves from hype to reality and will add $2.2tn to global economy by 2034

    The 2020 edition of the GSMA’s Mobile Economy report has revealed the rapid extent to which 5G has become a mainstay of the communications world in a short space of time and to the huge value it can potentially add to industries.

    The report notes that 5G has gained significant traction over the past year and is now live in 24 markets worldwide, supported by an expanding roster of 5G devices and growing awareness among consumers. In all, 46 operators in 24 markets had launched commercially available 5G networks by 30 January 2020, and the GSMA expects that a fifth

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  • Those who did not play by the rules in Post Office Horizon scandal “should face prosecution”

    Lucy Allan, MP for Telford, has fought for justice for victims of institutional obstinacy before, and is now providing vital armoury for subpostmasters fighting for redress of the injustices inflicted on them by the Post Office, which blamed them for problems emanating from its Horizon IT system.

    Allan has become a loud voice in a growing group of MPs who are applying pressure in parliament for redress of subpostmaster grievances beyond the £57.75m awarded to the group of 550 subpostmasters that took on and defeated the Post Office in a huge group litigation, which ended in an out-of-court settlement in

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  • London Assembly calls for ban on anonymous social media accounts

    The London Assembly is calling on the mayor to lobby the government for a ban on all anonymous social media accounts.

    According to the Assembly’s motion, anonymous accounts “fuel people’s feeling of impunity, freeing them to be abusive online”.

    The motion, which was prompted by the suicide of television and radio presenter Caroline Flack, was agreed with 10 votes in favour and 8 against.

    “No one, whether a politician, a reality TV host, or an ordinary member of the public, deserves to receive multiple, anonymous hate-filled or angry social media posts and comments,” it said.

    “Yet the current system

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