The U.K. has launched a program that it hopes will spur information sharing about cyber attacks between the government and private sectors. In addition to the program, it has also opened a ‘fusion cell’ cyber attack monitoring center.
Planning a funeral but not sure enough people are going to show up? Rent a Mourner, a service that hires people to cry at funerals, might be able to help.
Produced in Association with UKTI Tapping the vast unused potential of U.K. entrepreneurs is General Assembly, a New York-based global education network that opened up its first office in London this past summer.
It looks like Google and Microsoft might be getting into the wireless network business — at least in the U.K.
Crowdfunding leader Kickstarter will launch in the U.K. on Oct. 31, giving people outside the U.S. the chance to create projects on its platform for the first time.
Hoping to decrease nervousness among its investors, video rental company Netflix announced its reached a milestone of 1 million subscribers in the U.K. and Ireland.
Founder Julian Assange asked President Obama today to “renounce [the United States'] witch hunt” against Wikileaks, the website that published a number of sensitive U.S. diplomatic cables. The speech comes soon after being granted asylum in Ecuador in the midst of his trial for Swedish sex-crimes.
The anticipated Samsung Galaxy Nexus still isn’t available in the U.S., but the phone’s U.K. users have been troubled by a volume fluctuation bug since its release. Thankfully, a fix has now been found — if you’re willing to install a custom ROM.