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The networking division of mobile phone giant Nokia has announced trials of a wireless technology capable of transferring data to mobiles at 173Mb/s.
Ofcom has stepped into the ring to clear up the state of UK broadband Internet. Let's hope it gets better for us all...
BT and FON have partnered up to help build the largest Wi-Fi community in the world but they need you to take part in order to make it grow.
The UK government has decided that faster broadband speeds are needed and may step in to help lower the costs of building a fibre network.
A survey of a random sample of around 1,800 British adults has shown that the majority have a broadband Internet connection.
Do LAN centres in the UK still work considering the mass adoption of broadband? Is playing face to face still better than behind a PC the other end of the country?
A recent survey has revealed that the UK's Internet service providers are not delivering the broadband speeds they're promising to punters.
We're only a few days from the new year and a new US Congress. As the House and Senate change hands, could we see some changes in internet policy?
Pipex announces that it is to roll out the first large-scale commercial WiMax network in the broadband-lite city.
Plans are afoot to make broadband widely available through WiFi in the countryside. What impact will it have on our cities though?
ABC's top shows will be broadcast over the net to viewers for nada. Cue low-res mystery and intrigue...
The internet only video company backed by Intel has announced a new channel fronted by Danny DeVito and dedicated to top-notch documentary programming.`
GDC 2006: Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios President, Phil Harrison, wowed GDC 2006 with his PlayStation 3 keynote. We were there.
99.6% of telephone exchanges will support up to 8MBit ADSL from March 31, thanks to impending upgrades by BT.
Be Unlimited announce availability of the UK's first 24MBit broadband service. The company beats UK Online out of the starting blocks with an amazing price.
IDF FALL 05: Intel has given a number of demonstrations of WiMax working in the real world. It seems like the wireless broadband tech is finally starting to kick off.
Intel are leading research into what they call Digital Communities - everybody online everywhere. There are many benefits, but also privacy concerns. Are you ready for Intel Outside?
Live in rural areas? Got power plumbed in? You could be set up for broadband too if the latest trials from Texas are anything to go by.
Cablevision rolls out 100 meg networks in metro NY. Rest of world sulks at 512k.
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