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Warns of areas where 'things have gotten worse.'
Contract for the Web a potential fix.
Gets Google's backing.
Bridgwater facility closed.
Aims to 'connect the other half'.
Critics campaign to stop that happening.
Tries to bypass USO plans.
Aims to cover 600,000 more premises.
13th place in Europe.
A win for net neutrality.
Point to some concerning statistics.
Will monitor privacy, spectrum concerns.
180 micro-satellites to begin with.
Downloading not as speedy as expected.
The Conservative party has tried to erase all trace of its previous speeches from the internet.
Shutting down its systems on Saturday.
MSN TV closing in September.
Don Mattrick fuels the always-on internet debate.
Headphone-like technology leads to 400Gb/s links.
Microsoft confirms Xbox One will play second-hand games and won't require always-on Internet.
Microsoft has seemingly confirmed that the new Xbox won't require an always-on Internet connection.
British Library leads digital deposit project.
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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