Twitter has announced - in a Tweet, naturally - that it’s submitted paperwork to the US Securities and Exchange Commission for a planned Initial Public Offering (IPO).
It’s described the submission as ‘confidential’ because it’s a relatively small business and therefore didn’t need to reveal any information under US law at the moment.
Dolby Laboratories has announced that company founder Dr Ray Dolby OBE died yesterday at the age of 80.
Dr Dolby, who is best known for his pioneering work with the noise reduction and surround sound systems that bear his name, founded Dolby Laboratories in 1965.
Mark Bridge writes:
Following Wednesday’s ‘State of the Union’ speech by EC President Jose Manuel Barroso, EC Vice-President Neelie Kroes has emphasised the urgency of changing the way telecoms companies operate across Europe.
Ms Kroes wants to cut red tape, end roaming charges, reduce call costs and introduce ‘net neutrality’ across Europe.
Mobile transport ticketing specialist Masabi has developed an all-in-one ticket app for rail operator First Great Western.
Customers can download the mobile application to a compatible smartphone or tablet and buy tickets for use with any UK train operator.