+44 (0) 208 944 4180
Job Search

Technology News Round Up 29/07/2016

Technology | Chloe Pearson | 29/7/16

Weekly Tech News

 

 

Eligo Technology news round up, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry- week ending 29/07/2016

 

 

 

 

London’s tech scene, one month on from Brexit results.

London’s tech scene, one month on from Brexit results.London’s tech community were wholeheartedly against Brexit, making them at odds with the rest of the UK’s vote to leave the EU in June. However, looking one month on companies and professionals in London are determined to turn adversity into opportunity.

 

Read more here

(City A.M 24/07/2016)

 


Pokémon Go: Player claims to have caught all UK charactersPokémon Go: Player claims to have caught all UK characters

Around the world people have been swept up in the Pokémon Go craze, due to mass geek nostalgia and its augmented reality function. After launching on the 6th of July millions of players have been trying to ‘catch them all’ around the world and now a player in the UK has announced that he is the first to catch all the Pokémon in the UK.

Read more here

(BBC News 28/07/2016)


Teradata Acquires London-Based Big Data Partnership

 big dataLondon-based start-up Big Data Partnership was very recently acquired by Teradata, a big data analytics firm based in the US. Big Data Partnership was set up four years ago with the aim to provide data solutions and training for businesses to manage data effectively. They have expertise in big data technologies such as Apache Hoop and are thrilled to extend their expertise to the companies that trust Teradata with their most valuable assets.

Read more here

(Tech City News 25/07/2016)



 Japan’s Softbank acquires UK’s Arm Holdings for £24.3bnJapan’s Softbank acquires UK’s Arm Holdings for £24.3bn

The news of the acquisition of the British smartphone chip designer Arm’s Holdings was seen as a positive step forward and a vote of confidence in UK tech during its timely departure from the EU. Japan’s Softbank has agreed to buy for £24.3bn in a bid to help Arm’s Holdings become a leader in one of the next big technology markets, the “internet of things”.

Read more here 

(Financial Times 18/07/2016)

Share this article

You can also find great articles and features on the links below

Want to know more about how we could help you?

We’re always keen to hear from potential new candidates, clients or future employees

Upload your CV now

Upload your details now

Eligo uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue we assume that you consent to receive all cookies on this website.