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Wireless, ICT, software and games industry news in Cambridge & the East of England.
More than half of UK private equity and VCs expect the level of PE investment in the technology sector to increase over the next two years, with cloud and managed services viewed as the top two most attractive sub sectors, according to a report from Grant Thornton in Cambridge UK.
A Cambridge innovation hothouse has created a wireless bicycle that could incorporate GPS and map data to change gear in anticipation of upcoming hills and a range of monitoring tools to ensure healthy riding.
A US simulation specialist with experience in the latest 3D gaming technology has been acquired by Cambridge UK plant engineering software specialist AVEVA Group plc.
Cambridge UK research from the university’s Judge Business School and local company Undo Software has highlighted the enormous cost of one of the world’s most glaring technology taboos.
Bango, the Cambridge UK mobile payments and analytics business, is celebrating the first integration of its technology on Google Play™ – and an Australian operator has launched the maiden service.
Ubisense, the Cambridge UK location solutions technology specialist, has landed one of the most significant deals in its history – with Japanese industrial giant Daifuku.
Amino Technologies plc, the Cambridge-based leader in digital entertainment technology, has won a major new deal to provide set-top boxes based on its Live media gateway platform – powered by Intel – to a leading European telecoms operator.
Cambridge UK superchip designer ARM Holdings is on the cusp of forming an historic technology powerhouse in China as CEO Warren East takes the business to fresh global heights.
Robbie Williams has partnered with Cambridge-based Aurasma this Christmas to turn his new album, Take the Crown, into an augmented reality advent calendar.
TTP Group has celebrated its 25th anniversary by rewarding employees with a party in London.
1Spatial, the Cambridge UK business that manages the world's largest spatial data, has been awarded a contract by the Ordnance Survey of Great Britain (OSGB).
Amino Technologies, the Cambridge-based digital entertainment technology business, is ramping up Research & Development activity from its UK headquarters and closing its Swedish operations early in the New Year.
Cambridge risk management technology has been bought by an Asian metal recycling business in Hong Kong.
UK technology design specialist Cambridge Consultants is to spearhead the development of next generation satellites for the world’s most significant commercial space programme.
Cambridge UK wireless doyen, CSR, has confirmed a $285 million cash return to shareholders.
- Espial paying £5m cash for ANT plc
- Printed logic pioneer starts commercial production
- ARM back on Intel radar?
- Cambridge technology to fight crop disease
- HP deal goes from ‘Ritz’ to writs
- Cambridge technology boosts trading from coal to cotton
- Lynch escalates HP war of words
- Neul white space solution gains further traction
- Tech entrepreneurs happy to push their luck
- Tea bag goes hi-tech
- Raspberry Pi on cusp of nextgen product
- Aurasma used in Kenyan presidential race
- Fab five take wireless startup accolades
- Sepura ready to rock as revenues soar
- Cambridge technology powers new LG wireless remote
- Lynch slams HP management
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