Snapchat plans London HQ
Snapchat owner Snap has said it will open a European HQ in London, in a boost for the nation after many predicted that the Brexit vote would stop firms opening up major offices in the nation.
In a widely reported statement Claire Valoti, Snap's UK general manager, said the UK was a major market for the firm and so a natural home for its new HQ: "The UK is where our advertising clients are, where more than 10m daily Snapchatters are, and where we've already begun to hire talent."
Lost laptops in Las Vegas
PC maker Razer has said that two prototype PC models that feature three screens have gone missing, most likely stolen, during its time at the CES trade show in Las Vegas.
The firm is offering $25,000 (£20,600) for any information that helps led to the recover of the devices, says the BBC.
100,000 want to 'Make the Air Fair'
Three has touted that 100,000 people have backed its campaign to urge Ofcom to set a spectrum ownership cap of 30 per cent on mobile operators, as it wants to ensure the market is not lopsided in favour of BT, now that it owns EE.
Apple building AR glasses
Well-known tech blogger Robert Scoble has claimed on Facebook that Apple and Zeiss are working on a pair of augmented reality glasses that could be announced as soon as this year.
Small Texas cable firm alleges foul play
Facebook will join fores with UK NGOs to tackle hate speech on the social network
A survey of local authorities has found that they face challenges in the areas of data, compliance and mobility.
More than 800,000 home users could be affected