HP splashes out $3bn on network firm Aruba

News 3 Mar, 2015 Clare Hopping

HP plans to dominate the $18bn wireless networking market

FCC upholds net neutrality with new rules

News 27 Feb, 2015 Joe Curtis

US web activists win long fight against telco providers to protect a free and open internet


Revenge porn website boss wants web links about him removed

News 27 Feb, 2015 Clare Hopping

Craig Brittain, who ran a revenge porn website, has asked Google to remove urls of content relating to charges brought against him

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Facebook hit with fresh wave of data protection complaints

News 25 Feb, 2015 Clare Hopping

This time the social networking giant comes under fire from Belgian data privacy watchdog

Internet of Things enterprise adoption rising

News 23 Feb, 2015 Caroline Preece

Adoption of the Internet of Things for businesses is set for huge rise, a new report claims

HTTP/2 web protocol set to make the internet faster

News 19 Feb, 2015 Joe Curtis

The first update to HTTP in 15 years receives approval


Welsh government seeks bids to extend Superfast Cymru broadband scheme

News 18 Feb, 2015 Clare Hopping

Broadband providers can put forward their tenders to help extend the network

Virgin Media plunges £3bn into Project Lightning broadband rollout

News 13 Feb, 2015 Joe Curtis

Project Lightning will increase Virgin's reach to 17 million premises, but rural areas won't be a priority

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Facebook lets users pick legacy contacts

News 13 Feb, 2015 Clare Hopping

The social network will allow you to choose who manages your profile after you die


Digital cinema, and 50 shades of fibre

Analysis & Insight 12 Feb, 2015 Stephen Pritchard

Wiring up a city for digital cinema is a challenge that would stretch any IT department, but one Berlin has tackled with verve

EE to invest £1.5bn in 4G network expansion to rural areas

News 11 Feb, 2015 Caroline Donnelly

Mobile operator sets out network investment plans up to 2017


Online trolls threatened with ASBO-style social media bans

News 10 Feb, 2015 Clare Hopping

MPs are campaigning for tougher rules for those who bully others online


Samsung denies Smart TV could eavesdrop on users' conversations

News 9 Feb, 2015 Caroline Donnelly

South Korean firm plays down reports of digital snooping, after privacy policy prompts alarm bells

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Superfast broadband rollout hits 2 million UK homes & businesses

News 9 Feb, 2015 Clare Hopping

Seven pilot schemes will launch today to reach the hardest to reach five per cent of the nation

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BT to buy EE: How should CIOs respond?

Analysis & Insight 5 Feb, 2015 Stephen Pritchard

BT agrees a £12.5bn deal to buy mobile operator EE, and re-enters the mobile fray

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Government "must commit" to broadband targets for UK rural not spots

News 4 Feb, 2015 Caroline Donnelly

Report calls on government specify a broadband delivery deadline for final 5 per cent of UK

Government publishes digital infrastructure map in bid to tackle mobile not spots

News 3 Feb, 2015 Joe Curtis

Whitehall hopes to improve connectivity by publishing map of the UK's current digital infrastructure

BT confirms plans for homes and businesses

News 2 Feb, 2015 Clare Hopping

The super-charged internet would provide speeds of between 500Mbps and 1Gbps

Microsoft: IoT security is our priority

News 30 Jan, 2015 Joe Curtis

Redmond welcomed Federal Trade Commission’s guidelines on Internet of Things

Sky to launch mobile network in 2016 with Telefónica UK

News 29 Jan, 2015 Caroline Donnelly

Broadcaster becomes latest high-profile firm to embark on quad-play push