The UK now boasts some of the best average broadband speeds in Europe, but this still leaves a large number of businesses in the slow lane
The month-long project will see the remote island get higher-speed connections within six months
The Federation of Small Businesses has blasted the Government for over-looking the broadband needs of SMBs
Google services are availible again to Chinese users following disruption during the 25th anniversary of Tiananmen Square
Amazon, Apple and Starbucks among big firms registering for new domain
ISPs are blocking perfectly legal web pages in an attempt to protect children from the internet, a study suggests
The broadband supplier posted the apology on Twitter
Sky and Virgin Media generate least number of complaints
Global fixed-line internet connections are growing rapidly, but some communities are still left in "not spots”.
Will also put cash towards buying out old broadband contracts
Looks to expand footprint in mid-sized British cities
London's first wireless broadband service has been launched by UK Broadband for consumers and businesses in the capital
Telco feels force of advertising body after download speed claims called into question
Local authority reiterates that it's working with BT to boost broadband speeds across the county
Rhyl in North wales is the latest place to benefit from EE's 4G network plans
Wheatley Road in Corringham, Stanford-le-Hope and Erw Fawr in Henryd, Conwy have the slowest broadband in Britain
Average UK broadband speed now at 17.8Mbps, according to latest stats from Ofcom
Worcestershire County Council is to receive further funding from the government's BDUK initiative.
MPs attacked BT and local councils for lack of transparency
Findings from consumer rights group Which? suggest Britons are being short-changed when it comes to internet speeds.
Apple iWatch: Launch pegged for 9 September
Rural broadband: still life on a branch line
Windows 9 could have interactive live tiles
Dropbox launches new Pro features including 1TB storage
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