Britain’s booming, iCloud’s hacked, Germany bans Uber & more in your Week in Tech

London is back in business this week with Coadec releasing its startup manifesto signed by 200 VCs and founders. A $200m fund set up by DN Capital has taken the total VC funding raised in the last 6 months to a whopping $1.4bn.

All eyes were on Apple’s security this week as naked pictures of over 100 celebrities were leaked online.  Uber was causing trouble in Europe again with their low cost service Uber Pop being banned in Germany.

All this and more in the Week in Tech.

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Further reading

200 startups and VCs back the startup manifesto [Tech City News]

Apple iCloud security exploit is a concern, expert says [BBC News]

Uber service ‘banned’ in Germany by Frankfurt court [BBC News]

MSN Messenger is shutting down after 15 years of memories [Tech City News]