UK government set to define proper sex
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Think of the children

The UK government has decided that it will ban all web sites which depict “unconventional sex”.

UK brings in the most extreme surveillance law
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Worst for any democratic country

The UK has just passed a huge expansion in surveillance powers, which are the harshest written in any democratic country.

Singapore poaching UK FinTech experts
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Brexit side effect

The UK trying to leave the European Union is opening up an opportunity for Singapore to recruit talent for its ambitious plans to become a leading financial technology hub.

UK spends $2 billion for cyber security
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Apparently private enterprise does not hold all the answers

The cash-strapped British government is preparing to write a $2 billion cheque to increase cyber security.

Microsoft jacks up British prices
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Failing pound to blame

Software king of the world Microsoft is showing the UK the cost of its nationalism and retarded hatred of foreigners as it jacks up its post-Brexit prices by 13-22 percent.

Fujutsu does Ninjutsu on British jobs
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Culling 15 percent of staff because of Brexit and too many clouds

Fujitsu has announced plans to cull up to 1,800 UK staff, over 15 percent of its UK workforce, as part of a downsizing of its British operation because of Brexit.

UK planning to rebuild a cyber-version of Hadrian’s Wall
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Which will probably work just as well

The UK government is seriously considering building a national firewall similar to China.

EE rolls out Cat 9
Published in Mobiles
06 September 2016

EE rolls out Cat 9


4G is cool for cats

EE has added Cat 9 capabilities to its 4G network and claims the new layer will keep smartphones 'faster on EE than any other UK network'.

Hardware prices jacked up in UK
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Thanks Brexit

Major PC suppliers are jacking up their prices in the UK following the country's brilliant move to show the world that Britain can economically destroy itself without any help from the EU.

Taiwanese flag
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Subsidiaries mostly into IT

A report from Price Waterhouse Coopers Taiwan has warned firms with subsidiaries in Britain could well face being stung for extra tax after the European country completes its divorce from the European Union.