Ofcom opens automatic compensation consultation
Cash for poor service.
Aims to cover 600,000 more premises.
Rupert Murdoch's bid finally successful.
Grant programme back for year two.
Promises low latency thanks to low orbits.
£500 connection fee, £80 per month.
Could be concentrating on wireless.
13th place in Europe.
Doubles BT's trial performance.
No word on a shift to DOCSIS 3.1.
Games, IoT and Bitcoin on the menu.
Punters limited to 150Mb/s, though.
A win for net neutrality.
Project Lightning to reach 4M.
Satellite internet plans afoot.
Looks to 'promote competition.'
Reaches nearly 800Mb/s in early trials.
Downloading not as speedy as expected.
Zyxel has released a pass-through version of its speedy 600Mbps adaptors. We put them to the test.
We check out Zyxel's latest powerline adaptors which are rated at a lofty 600Mbps.
New router will feature Wi-Fi 802.11ac and inbuilt VDSL modem.
MSN TV closing in September.
Ten-fold increase for off-the-shelf parts.
Censorship fears mean missing signatures.
The Lords Select Committee is getting involved in the plan to boost Britain's broadband.
Virgin Media has today announced that it will upgrade its network to 100Mb by mid-2012.
Broadband coming to the middle of nowhere near you?
OnLive has announced that it will launch its Cloud-base gaming service in the UK on 22 September 2011, at the Eurogamer Expo.
Virgin Media starts conducting a small-scale trial of a 1.5Gb/sec broadband connection in London.
Ofcom finds that O2 offers the fastest mobile broadband speeds in the UK.
1.5Gb/sec trial to be carried out by Virgin Media in London.
A project to deliver wireless broadband in the US has hit a snag - it conflicts with GPS signals.
Canadian ISP Rogers has admitted to throttling online games such as WoW.
The director general of the FTTH Council believes that the UK broadband market needs a shake-up.
BT has gained the exclusive rights to bundle Onlive in the UK.
Bell Labs has announced a new broadband technology called DSL Phantom Mode, which can push 300Mb/s.
Mobile networking specialist Huawei has carried out trials of an LTE mobile broadband technology which the company claims reached speeds of 1.2Gb/s