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Profits at Google's parent company Alphabet have fallen by 23 per cent in the face of rising costs.

In a major change to its interface, Instagram is now forcing users to sign in in order to see public profiles.

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan has opened Vodafone UK’s new digital hub, as new research shows that 5G could provide a multi-billion pound boost to the capital by 2030.

London-listed AI driver monitoring technology firm Seeing Machines has signed a contract with Bison Transport Inc to install Guardian into its fleet.

The UK Government has announced a partnership with Kenyan fintech companies to use technology to increase financial inclusion for low-income and underserved consumers.

Worldwide IT spending is projected to total $3.7 trillion in 2019, an increase of 0.4% from 2018, according to the latest forecast by research firm, Gartner.

London-listed theme parks owner Merlin Entertainments has partnered with payments platform, Adyen, to streamline its global payments systems.

Instagram is set to remove filters that promote plastic surgery, as part of a drive to prevent damage to mental wellbeing on the platform.

Cloud communications platform Twilio has opened a coding competition for secondary school students in Hackney.

London-based technology developer Studio Graphene has created their 100th project - an online community app for single parents called Frolo.


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