Natasha Lomas on Muck Rack

Natasha Lomas Verified

London y Barcelona
Writer, TechCrunch Europe — TechCrunch

Words words words: Tech journalist, geek, poet*, feminist**, escuchando el latido del corazón. Owns cats, asks awkward questions. *part-time **full-time

CounterCraft bags $1.1M to fire up a security decoy play

technewsi.altervista.org — Spain-based security startup CounterCraft, founded last September, has closed a €1 million ($.1M) seed round to accelerate development of a b2b security decoy technology designed to engage hackers and keep them harmlessly occupied while also pr...

CounterCraft bags $1.1M to fire up a security decoy play

techcrunch.com — Spain-based security startup CounterCraft, founded last September, has closed a €1 million ($.1M) seed round to accelerate development of a b2b security decoy technology designed to engage hackers and keep them harmlessly occupied while also providing tools to analyze what's going on.

Learn-to-code startup CK targets the Minecraft modding craze

technewsi.altervista.org — The learn to code space is packed with ideas. But when it comes to what children want to do online, towering over everything else is the build-it-yourself Microsoft-owned Minecraft platform. All lesser virtual, creative playgrounds are overshadow...

Learn-to-code startup CK targets the Minecraft modding craze

techcrunch.com — The learn to code space is packed with ideas. But when it comes to what children want to do online, towering over everything else is the build-it-yourself Microsoft-owned Minecraft platform. All lesser virtual, creative playgrounds are doomed to be overshadowed by this pixellated silhouette.

SwiftKey officially unwraps its emoji prediction app

technewsi.altervista.org — Keyboard app maker Swiftkey, which was acquired by Microsoft for $250 million in February, has officially launched its first product since that acquisition - and it's an emoji-predicting keyboard app, called Swiftmoji. Read More

SwiftKey officially unwraps its emoji prediction app đŽ đ˜†đ’ƒđ”›

techcrunch.com — Keyboard app maker Swiftkey, which was acquired by Microsoft for $250 million in February, has officially launched its first product since that acquisition - and it's an emoji-predicting keyboard app, called Swiftmoji. We spotted the company's foray into emoji predictions back in May, when it was running Swiftmoji as a closed beta.

DeepMind’s first NHS health app faces more regulatory bumps

technewsi.altervista.org — It's fair to say that Google-owned AI company DeepMind's big push into the health space via data-access collaborations with the UK's National Health Service - announced with much fanfare in February this year - has n...

DeepMind’s first NHS health app faces more regulatory bumps

techcrunch.com — It's fair to say that Google-owned AI company DeepMind's big push into the health space via data-access collaborations with the UK's National Health Service - announced with much fanfare in February this year - has not been running entirely smoothly so far. But there are more regulatory bumps in the road ahead for DeepMind Health.

Bulk data collection only lawful for fighting serious crime, says Europe’s top court

technewsi.altervista.org — The European Court of Justice has issued a preliminary ruling on a data retention case brought by UK MPs and privacy rights groups seeking to challenge the government's data retention regime under DRIPA. Read More

Bulk data collection only lawful for fighting serious crime, says Europe’s top court

techcrunch.com — The European Court of Justice has issued a preliminary ruling on a data retention case brought by UK MPs and privacy rights groups seeking to challenge the government's data retention regime under DRIPA.
More Articles →
Jul 23, 2016

@WhatTheBit I think some actively covet a rut. Boring means predictable means stable means secure. Excitement outsourced to the screen

Jul 23, 2016

@LianeKatz Oh hey! Safe to say uploading days firmly entrenched in my memory! :) Am on vaca atm but you cld try my colleague @ingridlunden

Jul 20, 2016

@SwiftOnSecurity This is why Europe's right to be forgotten is so important

Jul 16, 2016

"Decrying elite indifference to 'real people' is the cheapest applause line in politics. Helping them is the hardest  https://twitter.com/jananganesh/status/754042291933896704 


Are You a Journalist?

Make a Portfolio

Create a free Muck Rack account to customize your profile and upload a portfolio of your best work.