Archive for November, 2018

Brexit: Sam Gyimah resigns over Theresa May’s ‘naive’ deal

Andrew Robinson
Sam Gyimah says the row over the EU’s Galileo system shows how the UK will be “hammered” in any deal.

TEDWomen: Vibrations offer new way to track elephants

Andrew Robinson
A technique used to study earthquakes have been adapted to track elephants in the wild.

Space Odyssey helps launch first 8K TV channel

Andrew Robinson
The classic film will be broadcast in super-high definition 8K on a new TV channel in Japan.

Brexit: Minister resigns over Theresa May’s ‘naive’ deal

Andrew Robinson
Sam Gyimah says a row about the EU’s Galileo sat-nav system shows any deal will be “EU first”.

Health secretary Matt Hancock accused of breaking ethics rules

Andrew Robinson
Labour demands an ethics probe after health secretary talks about “GP at Hand” app in an interview.

Marriott hack hits 500 million Starwood guests

Andrew Robinson
The hotel chain says details of up to 500 million guests may have been accessed in a database breach.

Google staff pledge cash to striking workmates

Andrew Robinson
The cash would be used to support any staff striking over Google’s work on a search engine for China.

Ex-Autonomy boss Mike Lynch charged with fraud in the US

Andrew Robinson
Founder of UK software giant is charged with fraud seven years after the firm’s sale to Hewlett-Packard.

The real-life Robocop and other tech news

Andrew Robinson
BBC Click’s Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week’s technology news stories.

Tesco and VW plan free electric car charging points

Andrew Robinson
Customers can leave electric cars to charge while shopping, under a partnership with Volkswagen.