Most ISPs hit by new speed claim guidelines
Only Virgin escapes.
Bell Labs has announced a new broadband technology called DSL Phantom Mode, which can push 300Mb/s.
The Bluetooth SIG has announced a new version of the standard, designed for use in 'smart' watches, which draws a minimum of power.
The coder behind the Samy MySpace work has released a ulility which allows users to connect to another computer despite both being behind NAT routers - with potential P2P benefits.
Mobile networking specialist Huawei has carried out trials of an LTE mobile broadband technology which the company claims reached speeds of 1.2Gb/s
Wearable Inc.'s AirStash turns any SD card into a WiFi media server, allowing up to five hours use via the internal battery - could it be the perfect iPad companion?
Google has announced plans to launch a trial fibre-to-the-home service which will see the search and advertising giant offering 1Gb/s Internet connections to home users.
Devices implementing Sony's TransferJet short-range wireless technology are already available in Japan, and are coming to Western shores some time in the spring.
Tests of the first commercial Long Term Evolution mobile network have proved underwhelming.
Cisco has successfully completed preliminary tests of its DoD-sponsored Internet Routing in Space device, offering direct IP routing between satellites.
A £90 million investment scheme is set to see homes and businesses across South Yorkshire offered 25Mb/s broadband connections by the end of 2012.
Swindon is set to be blanketed with WiFi, offering all residents a completely free 1Mb/s Internet connection - with the possibility to upgrade to 20Mb/s.
MSI has a ludicrous launch offer on Tuesday, with 55% off its premium Intel P55 motherboards: it's first come, first serve so get in quick!
The ailing network giant Nortel is planning to offload its CDMA and LTE wireless technologies to Nokia Siemens Networks to aid its return from Chapter 11.
The newly formed WiGig Alliance promises gigabit-speed wireless network and the ability to ditch almost all the wires in your house - but can it succeed where others have failed?
Researchers have, in conjunction with Microsoft Research, created a USB dongle that can keep downloading while your PC is asleep.
A new worm has been uncovered which targets routers based on the Linux operating system and makes them part of an IRC controlled botnet.
CeBIT 09: While the idea might not be new, this product from Zotac certainly is and controlling a PC over Ethernet efficiently is certainly impressive.
Survey reveals that 54% of Britons admit to checking up on their ex partners, while 97% of us search for ourselves on search engines
Another security flaw has been discovered in Windows Vista, this time allowing for a buffer overflow in the networking subsystem to overwrite kernel memory.
A wireless networking system designed around LED-based visible light is being developed at the Boston University College of Engineering.
The Homeplug Powerline Alliance has announced the latest revision of its Homeplug AV standard, promising greater speeds for networking over mains cabling.
Stealth-mode start-up International Data Security has a novel idea to solve the growing cost of real estate for data centre use: converted cargo vessels.
If you've got a Windows Mobile smartphone then you might just be interested in some software to turn it into a WiFi-to-3G router for emergency 'net connections.
MySpace has agreed to hand over the details of known convicted sex offenders that have signed up to the service.
Sony has pre-announced details of its presence at this year's Game Developer Conference. The main topic of discussion will be Game 3.0.
The Homeplug Powerline Alliance, the group that has been touting Ethernet over the mains has gotten into bed with the Big S