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RealVNC, the Cambridge UK technology innovator, has gone way past top gear with new in-car infotainment technology launching at Mobile World Congress on Monday 24th February.
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According to a current study from the University of Cambridge, software developers are spending about the half of their time on detecting errors and resolving them. Projected onto the global software industry, according to the ...
Sometimes you just know something has to be good.
A game-changing Bluetooth solution unveiled by Cambridge UK wireless technology trailblazer CSR enables whole home control from the smartphone for the first time.
Falling revenues and profits wasn’t enough to stifle Cambridge’s third largest tech company as it added £800 million in a single day of trading, taking its market cap to £1.2 billion, an even $2 billion.
Cambridge tech deals bust $27.5bn milestone Business Weekly Horizon Discovery's upcoming IPO – revealed first by Business Weekly and the FT this week – has a provisional target of £25 million but that will be entirely new money in what will be a...
Definitely worth a look.
AlliantusWeekly, by Kevin Coleman: a personal roundup of weekly technology stories
For those who want more than just Cambridge.
The Unlikely Tale of How ARM Came to Rule the World Businessweek That's Cambridge. It has these ancient college buildings that are cathedrals to learning.
We always loved you.
A data and network visualisation startup based in Cambridge has seen its KeyLines software deployed into what it describes as one of Europe's largest national police forces, pushing the two year old firm's customer count into the mid-twenties.
'Biological signpost' for teenage depression found for first time by Cambridge ...
18, 2014 - CAMBRIDGE, U.K. -- 17 February 2014, Cambridge UK – With a new generation of connected citizens bringing fresh thinking to the technology industry, the 6th Future of Wireless International Conference will focus on how emerging wireless...
Cambridge UK wireless pioneer CCS has revealed that its revolutionary small cell backhaul technology is in live deployment with China Mobile, the world’s largest mobile operator.
A Japanese funding slowdown led to a heavy fall in Abcam’s share price as Cambridge’s largest biotech stock released its interim results.
MagicSolver is to cut its losses and install a major strategy rethink as increased competition and Apple App Store rule changes which restrict third party app referral services have made the Cambridge startup's business untenable.
Sad. Apple making sure it gets all the pie. Bound to happen.
Retailer hopes scheme will help keep it at the “cutting edge” of retail.
Who would have thought it? Worth a punt?
Cambridge cybertech in UK power play Business Weekly A UK power generation giant is taking Cambridge technology as a next-generation defence against advanced cyber threats.
Cambridge News Cambridge academic Dr Kate Stone says she feels 'totally lucky to be alive ...
Not sure if it has any cambridge connection but I don't care. For extreme petrol heads everywhere.
Alfred is a productivity application for Mac OS X, which aims to save you time in searching your local computer and the web
Hidden Gem from Cambridge.
Innovation from Cambridge Consultants will save offshore industry lives and have a beneficial impact on asset management and productivity, the inventors believe.
A US-based lawsuit against global news giant, CNN, which stands accused of passing on private data of users of its mobile news app for sale by third parties, has implicated mobile payments company, Bango, something the Cambridge firm has denied.
King’s College has caved to student pressure and promised to pay the living wage to its workers. Previously the worst college in Cambridge in this respect, it is now one of the very few that pays its employees enough to live on.
It had never occurred to me that they wouldn't pay a 'living wage'. The "Importance of recruitment and retention on the brand" course anyone?
Why Cambridge is at the heart of Britain's economic recovery The Independent They are poking through everywhere: by the railway station, where smart new apartment blocks are being sold off-plan to rich Chinese for their student offspring, and at...
Good Chinese/Cambridge links section here..