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Oscar Williams is a senior journalist at the New Statesman covering technology.
Through a series of acquisitions, professorships and industry partnerships, the university's computer science department has been drawn closer to the tech giant.
The social network has won concessions in its fight with the Australian government. But across the world politicians’ frustrations with the company have intensified.
As CEO of Amazon he will be one of the world’s most powerful businesspeople. What do those who have worked with Andy Jassay expect of his tenure?
Andy Jassy's appointment as the tech giant's new CEO shows where its future really lies.
The search giant has threatened to withdraw services from the country after facing pressure to pay news publishers a fee for their journalism.
Schools across England are still struggling to gain access to the devices they need to continue teaching the poorest students.
The unusual logistics operation has raised concerns about escalating costs and poor government planning.
Peter Thiel's contentious data analysis firm has won more than £83m of contracts with the NHS, Ministry of Defence and other parts of government.
The US president-elect faces a dilemma: support the break-up of America's most valuable companies, or endure the wrath of his party.
The National Cyber Security Centre's technical director, Ian Levy, looks back on an unusual year.