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Investors bet on a quiet tech revolution in Europe

LONDON It's not banking or mining shares, but rather technology stocks, that have come up trumps in Europe this year and are poised to end the first quarter as the best-performing sector.

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U.S. awards AT&T contract to build wireless network for first responders

The United States on Thursday awarded a contract to AT&T Inc to build a nationwide wireless broadband network to better equip first responders, years after a federal commission recommended setting up such a system following the 9/11 attacks.

U.S., 11:00am EDT

After sale to Intel, Mobileye's founder raises sights on IPO for OrCam

JERUSALEM With the ink barely dry on the $15 billion sale of his autonomous driving technology firm Mobileye to Intel , inventive Israeli entrepreneur Amnon Shashua now has his sights set on taking another start-up public by the end of next year.

Deals 10:52am EDT

Britain to demand tech firms do more to tackle extremism

LONDON Britain will tell Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft on Thursday to do more to stop extremists posting content on their platforms and using encrypted messaging services to plan attacks.

Facebook, Twitter 9:38am EDT

Blockchain startup Chain teams with Thales to bolster security

NEW YORKU.S. blockchain startup Chain Inc has teamed with security firm Thales Group to make it easier for large companies that use blockchain technology to safely store their security credentials, the two companies said on Thursday.

8:11am EDT

White House says Trump to sign broadband privacy repeal

WASHINGTON President Donald Trump plans to sign a repeal of Obama-era broadband privacy rules as a bigger fight looms over rules governing the openness of the internet, the White House said on Wednesday. | Video

Politics, Election 2016, 7:38am EDT

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