Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. said on Wednesday it has bought Barcelona-based network data analysis firm Zhilabs, as the South Korean giant gears up to launch products for connected devices and 5G mobile services that require fast data crunching.
Samsung Electronics buys network analysis firm Zhilabs in 5G push
UK police infiltrated and spied on left-wing groups for almost 40 years, according to information gathered by the Guardian newspaper.
Leftwing groups spied on by UK police for decades: Report
A mobile application studying food waste in the United Kingdom has found out that around one million perfectly edible, freshly prepared meals end up in bins each day in cafes and restaurants in the country despite evidences suggesting tens of thousands of citizens rely on food banks to find something to eat.
Nearly 1 million meals end up in restaurant bins in UK each day
Prisoners age more quickly than the general population, inspectors said, as, they say, jails in England and Wales are ill-equipped to deal with a growing population of older inmates.
Prisoners age more quickly than general population, inspectors say
Growing numbers of people who experience a mental health crisis are having to visit A&E or are detained for their own safety because National Health Service (NHS) services to help them are deteriorating, MPs and peers have warned.
People in mental health crisis neglected by NHS, MPs warn
A British company has started fracking operation at a site in Lancashire, northwest England, despite massive protests against the environmental damage of the operation.
UK company begins fracking in Lancashire despite mass protest
The British royal family is to welcome another baby in the spring of 2019 amid reports that the birth would cost the taxpayers in Britain dearly.
Another royal baby due in Britain, costs incurred on taxpayers
German police said Monday they ended a hostage-taking in a pharmacy in Cologne's main train station, gravely wounding the alleged perpetrator after he himself injured two people.
3 wounded in Cologne hostage-taking: German police
British Prime Minister Theresa May has expressed confidence that her government and the European Union will reach an agreement on United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the bloc, saying disagreements on how the border on the Island of Ireland will be administered after Brexit was not an issue that could not derail the talks.
Irish border dispute cannot block Brexit deal: UK PM May

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