30 Oct 2009 | 19.31 Europe/London
Internet service provider Orange, which operates a broadband business that used to be one of the UK's biggest, has just revealed its still losing subscribers at an alarming rate.
29 Oct 2009 | 22.42 Europe/London
Now the Government's put a timetable in place for its plans to disconnect persistent online pirates, one ISP is considering a counter-attack that could see more than individual file-shares up in court.
28 Oct 2009 | 19.43 Europe/London
Lord Mandelson confirmed today in Cabinet that the controversial ‘three strikes and out’ policy to tackle internet piracy is to go ahead with the new revelations that ISPs and rights holders will share the cost of enforcement.
27 Oct 2009 | 21.11 Europe/London
The industry body representing the UK's record companies has just announced this is already the "biggest ever year" for sales of singles in Britain.
27 Oct 2009 | 11.56 Europe/London
Business ISPs who rely on selling internet access alone are not in a good position to tap in to future growth, warns Andrew Saunders, Head of Product Management and Marketing at Zen Internet.
26 Oct 2009 | 22.46 Europe/London
With mobile data traffic set to increase twenty-five fold by 2012, our mobile networks could soon be overloaded.
23 Oct 2009 | 21.11 Europe/London
American video-on-demand service Hulu, hotly tipped to be coming to the UK to partner with ITV, is the latest media outlet to announce it's considering charging for content.
22 Oct 2009 | 21.29 Europe/London
A host of internet service providers are upping their top speeds to 20Mbit/s. ISPs Orange, Plusnet and Zen Internet have all announced they're raising their respective bars over the past few days.
21 Oct 2009 | 15.57 Europe/London
TalkTalk is taking its already-vocal opposition to Lord Mandelson’s plans to disconnect persistent illegal downloaders a step further today with
21 Oct 2009 | 13.30 Europe/London
While British politicians wrangle over the legal meaning of
20 Oct 2009 | 22.11 Europe/London
The culture secretary has revealed the Government is stepping back from its new tough stance on illegal file-swapping, following widespread outcry against the move.
20 Oct 2009 | 13.43 Europe/London
The BBC Trust today turned down plans for the BBC to share the iPlayer among a ‘Federation’ of public service broadcasters – namely, ITV, Channel 4 and Five.
19 Oct 2009 | 19.59 Europe/London
As progress is made on one of the Digital Britain proposals, it's emerged that if the current Government loses the next election another will be abandoned "as soon as possible.
19 Oct 2009 | 12.32 Europe/London
The European Commission has given the green light to the largest ever government-backed fibre-to-the-home project in Europe.
16 Oct 2009 | 11.36 Europe/London
A report from the All Party Parliamentary Commons Group (Appcom) which calls on ISPs to filter the Net for malware and to put child-protection on mobile devices has met with some bemusement among internet providers.
15 Oct 2009 | 21.00 Europe/London
Peter Mandelson's plans to crack down on illegal file-sharing have a critical flaw, according to a senior exec.
15 Oct 2009 | 15.34 Europe/London
Getting a deal to put Sky Player on its IP Vision’s Fetch TV set top box is a coup which its Business and Marketing Director, Peter Cox, believes will show it is doing what Canvas is talking about, only right here and now.
14 Oct 2009 | 20.26 Europe/London
Finland has become the first country in the world to declare broadband access a universal right for all its citizens.
13 Oct 2009 | 13.08 Europe/London
Two studies released today are highlighting the scale of the economic and social impact Internet access can have in the UK.
13 Oct 2009 | 09.22 Europe/London
Keeping a promise it made back in August, Portugese cable TV operator ZON has launched a commercial
12 Oct 2009 | 23.48 Europe/London
Across the UK almost one in four is a "timid technophobe" - and the percentage is highest in the north east of England.
12 Oct 2009 | 17.52 Europe/London
In a second submission to the BBC Trust Sky has again accused the publicly funded broadcaster of “riding a coach and horses” through the embryonic market for online television.
12 Oct 2009 | 11.36 Europe/London
In what appears to be a first for Europe, Belgium has announced that by 2010 all new building permits in the country will require the installation of duct for fibre.
12 Oct 2009 | 09.02 Europe/London
BT has announced the roll out of its (up to 100Mb) fibre to the home (FTTH) network will reach twice as many homes as previously estimated.
11 Oct 2009 | 14.18 Europe/London
The Global Broadband Quality Study produced by Oxford's Said Business School and the University of Oviedo generated a number of headlines, mainly around what place in the "league table" was occupied by the UK.
11 Oct 2009 | 10.54 Europe/London
The online streaming of last night's World Cup football match appeared to pass without incident, despite the predictions of doom.
08 Oct 2009 | 20.11 Europe/London
The UK’s biggest residential ISP has just posted it’s first trading statement since it acquired its former rival Tiscali.
07 Oct 2009 | 20.17 Europe/London
When commenting on Government initiatives, the mainstream media can almost invariably summon something called the "Taxpayers Alliance" into being to provide a negative comment and tell the public exactly why they should be angry their hard-earned tax monies are being so unjustly squandered.
06 Oct 2009 | 20.31 Europe/London
A new report's been released that highlights the problems consumers and small businesses are having with their mobile operators.
06 Oct 2009 | 19.07 Europe/London
Sky appointed Ruth Barnett as the UK’s Twitter correspondent in April to mixed reactions. While many fans of the micro blogging site saw the move as a masterstroke there were some voices which suggested the move might have been a token stunt.
05 Oct 2009 | 20.36 Europe/London
A lot's been made by the mainstream media about the decision to screen an England international football match - a World Cup qualifier no less - exclusively on the Internet.
02 Oct 2009 | 19.38 Europe/London
Mobile phone operator O2's just announced it's going to start trialling what's being billed as a 4G network - and it could reach speeds of 340Mbit/s.
01 Oct 2009 | 21.01 Europe/London
Broadband in the UK is "not fit for the future" and is only meeting the needs of today, according to a new joint study.