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The technology giant, Intel, has seen its shares rise by 4% after much stronger than expected financial figures.
The internet giant, Yahoo, has seen its profits drop as a result of falling advertising sales.
Ian Cable has become the first driver of a London black cab to accept payment by mobile phone only, through Barclays Pingit, the UK’s first mobile payment app.
Lloyds Banking Group has been chosen to drive forward Government-led work to increase the digital capability of Small and Medium businesses (SMEs) and charities across the UK and contribute to their target of reducing the number of people without basic digital skills by 25% by 2016.
The new web domain for Scotland has gone live today (Monday).
The UK's broadband is 'not fit for purpose' and is in need of major reform, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
Electronics giant, Samsung, has found "evidence of suspected child labour" at one of its Chinese suppliers.
Google has launched a investment capital venture to fund European technology start-ups.
Employees expect their employers to have made technologies such as voice recognition, augmented reality glasses and touch devices readily available within ten years, according to a study offering a glimpse into what workers expect from the offices of the future.
Google Glass has been hacked in a way that allows it to be operated by a person's brainwaves.