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Tuesday, 14 November 2017 20:18

The Aftermath of a data breach

It seems like not a day goes by without news of a data breach. Companies of all industries from financial services to healthcare are continuously targeted for bits of valuable customer data.
Published in Security

The Berlin Berlin-based haptics startup Lofelt has just raised $5.4 million in Series A funding led by Wolfman.One with participation from Horizons Ventures, Q Venture Partners, and coparion.

Published in Germany

SAM Labs, an edtech company based in London, has raised £5.1 million in a Series A round led by Touchstone Innovations and E15 Ventures.

Published in UK
Fintech startup N26 just launched Apple Pay support in European countries where Apple already launched Apple Pay.
Published in Tech News Europe

After releasing a lone Home smart speaker in 2016, Google added two new products to the mix in 2017 in the form of the Home Mini.

Published in Speakers
Smartwatches used to be almost a novelty item, but that's no longer the case.
Published in Smartwatches

European Union financial regulator, the ESMA, has become the latest regulatory body to issue a warning about the risks of buying into — and running — ICOs, aka the crypto coin fundraising tool that has boomed in recent times to take advantage of an apparent legal grey area between issuing ‘software presale tokens’ vs a formal securities sale.

Published in Tech News Europe

A survey has revealed that half of the UK’s IT professionals are unhappy in their current job and almost all of these are actively looking for a new role.

Published in UK
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