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Oscar Williams is a senior journalist at the New Statesman covering technology.
The high-profile digital regulator Margrethe Vestager is under pressure to prove her approach to US tech firms is successfully increasing competition.
America's political and social divisions have spread to its tech sector, with far-reaching implications.
Dominic Cummings wants to create a British tech company that could rival the Silicon Valley giants. So why is the government turning downing the chance to rehome a firm that does just that?
The government, with its £100bn “moonshot” testing programme, hopes Covid-19 certification can reopen society.
The Oxford economist reveals how the pandemic is reshaping the global labour market.
The director-general of the Northern Ireland Office will be formally appointed as National Cyber Security Centre CEO in October.
The social media app is the latest target of parliament's China hawks, but are their concerns backed up by evidence?
The government is preparing to remove the company's telecoms equipment from our mobile networks, but it will take a decade – and some experts are concerned that it will create new problems.
A New Statesman survey of business leaders, for a special issue of the magazine, shows the potentially devastating economic consequences of the Covid-19 crisis.