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Appcessory masterclass to avert IoT chaos

Rob-MilnerInnovation hothouse Cambridge Consultants has devised connected devices masterclasses to prevent a global charge for IoT glory descending into chaos.

Amino launches new connected home range

Amino CEO Donald McGarvaAn expanded portfolio of connected home technology is being unveiled by Cambridge UK innovator Amino at the IBC 2014 conference and expo in Amsterdam from September 11-16.

Raising Arizona cash bait for CSR

Phil-O-DonovanWireless pioneer CSR reveals that Arizona-based Microchip Technology Incorporated is likely to pay cash if a deal is struck to acquire the Cambridge UK business.

Kier’s £75m UK building bonanza

Haydn-MursellKier Group, the quoted construction group based in Cambridge and Sandy, has won two of the UK and Europe’s largest contracts of their kind – together worth £75 million.

Cambridge August deals burn hot with record £3.25bn

Blake-Christou-StephensDespite barbecues still blazing and holiday brochures just as hot, there was never any danger of the dealflow cooling in the Cambridge UK technology cluster in August.

Fresh suitors could trigger CSR bidding war

Wearables capability drives interest in CSRCSR’s revelation that it is in takeover talks with Microchip Technology Inc has aroused the interest of other potential acquirers and could trigger a global bidding war, Business Weekly has been told.

Microchip Technology Inc bids to take CSR

CSR CEO Joep-van-BeurdenCambridge UK wireless pioneer CSR, one of the technology cluster’s 14 $1 billion companies, is in talks with US giant Microchip Technology Inc about a possible acquisition by the American business.

Legal hotshots in record £59.7m di Maria transfer

Angel-Di-MariaCambridge law firm Mills & Reeve was part of the strike force that ushered in Manchester United’s £59.7 million British record transfer of Real Madrid and Argentina forward Angel di Maria.

Pfizer buys into Cambridge life science innovation

Roger-PedersenStem cell technology pioneer, DefiniGEN Ltd has joined the Pfizer-inspired European Bank for induced pluripotent stem cells (EBiSC) consortium.

Cambridge-California Bluetooth TV world first

CSR-LenovoCambridge UK wireless technology pioneer CSR and California innovator Lenovo have teamed up to launch new Smart TVs – the world’s first TVs with fully featured Bluetooth Smart remote controls.

Judge alumna turns movie mogul to launch film startup

WeeradaA University of Cambridge Judge Business School alumna returns to the UK technology capital this week to launch an innovative new platform set to become the go-to site for film discovery.

University spin-out Reduse seeks seed capital

Hidde-Jan-LemstraReduse, a spin-out from the University of Cambridge, has developed a technology to remove print from paper (unprinting), allowing paper to be reused several times before being recycled.

Cambridge entrepreneur steers global medtech innovator

Catherine-Beech 2014Cambridge UK life science entrepreneur Dr Catherine Beech is spearheading a truly international startup initially targeting eye disease but with applications in cancer and other disease areas.

New inkjet company born in Cambridge

Alan-HuddInkjet printing industry greybeard Alan Hudd, formerly with Domino and Xennia, has created a new company in Cambridge that he believes has the opportunity to follow the path of neighbours Xaar and Domino to global greatness.

ONE Haverhill more than triples apprenticeship places in four months

ONE-HaverhillONE Haverhill has more than tripled the number of apprenticeship places available in companies in and around Haverhill in just four months.

Stansted to Düsseldorf service takes off

Germanwings-StanstedGermanwings has launched a new route between Düsseldorf and London Stansted.

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