UK government wants to become a ‘smartphone state’

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The UK’s Digital Economy Minister Ed Vaizey has taken to Twitter to tap the crowd for ideas ahead of the government drafting its next five year tech strategy. Having ploughed millions into East London’s ‘Tech City’ and wandered around the world with ‘Great Britain’ flags flying, the government is now shaping what the next five years in tech will look like. Interestingly, given that a vote on the UK’s membership of the EU is being pushed for by members of parliament from both major parties, Vaizey says part of the plan is to ensure the completion of the Digital Single Market in Europe. Vaizey takes aim…

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