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What Brexit Means for the UK’s Tech Industry

Brexit is the spectre looming on the horizon for the British tech scene — with potential impacts on investment, diversity, and much more. We spoke to Russ Shaw, founder of Tech London Advocates to find out exactly how the Brexit will play out for the British tech industry.

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What Needs to Change to Restore Trust in Tech

With constant news stories about tech companies breaking the law, or acting in morally dubious ways, Tech.co spoke to Ali Shah, the ICO’s new head of technology policy to find out how big tech companies can restore the trust of their users.

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Mapped: The Video Games Banned Around the World

Video games are never far from controversy, whether it's the anarchic Grand Theft Auto, or the latest teen-addicting multiplayer game. However, are countries ever right to completely ban video games? And if they are, where should the lines be drawn?

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5 Big Ideas for Fixing How We Use the Internet

The internet was a great idea, initially. However in recent years, privacy concerns, data misuse, and more trolls than the underside of a fairy tale bridge have turned the world's digital community into a bit of a mess. Luckily, there are ideas out there for how to fix it.

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Amazon Cancels New York HQ, But What About The Reporting?

Amazon might be reconsidering its New York HQ expansion. But, the truly interesting news here may be how the story was broken by the Amazon-owned Washington Post, in a strangely-framed story whose conclusions have since been disputed by the New York Times. Here's our take.

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Smart Cities Aren’t Sexy, But We Need Them

Smart cities won't mean flying cars and robot attendants, but common sense advancements that actively improve the lives of citizens on a daily basis. We speak to companies and city leaders breaking new ground in putting connected data and smart services into citizens' hands.

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Hulu’s Basic Package Just Dropped to $6 Per Month

Hulu just cut its basic subscription tier down by two dollars, to just $5.99 per month. That's good news for streaming TV fanatics. The price shift comes hot on the heels of Netflix's recent price hike, which saw the service's $8 a month tier rise to $9. Is it a response?