Broadband News September 2012

Broadband News September 2012

  • Fast broadband a priority for homebuyers

    Speedy internet ranked above off-street parking and local amenities More »

  • The top 10 cheap smartphones

    Want a decent smartphone, but don’t want to pay top whack? Take a look at these handsets... More »

  • TalkTalk complaints almost halved since 2010

    If downward trend continues TalkTalk will soon get fewer complaints than BT. More »

  • Rural broadband: 'Still a huge amount of work to do'

    Campaign for broadband in rural locations reaches 10th anniversary More »

  • London 2012 breaks broadband records

    BT finds London Olympics and Paralympics were “most connected Games ever” More »

  • TV key to superfast broadband adoption

    “Some people will want fibre and they won’t have a computer at all” More »

  • Government to ‘fast-track’ superfast broadband

    New plans are "poorly thought out knee-jerk measures," says the LGA More »

  • Bing it on! Microsoft search beats Google in tests

    In the Pepsi Challenge of search engines twice as many users choose Bing over Google More »

  • 'Virgin TV Anywhere' set to rival 'Sky Go'

    Cable giant launches a live streaming on-demand service – but will it challenge Sky’s offering? More »

  • iPhone 5: What new features will it have?

    It’s been widely reported that the iPhone 5 release date is set for September, but what do those in the know think will be under the bonnet of Apples’s… More »

  • Almost 80% of parents reject automatic porn blocking

    What’s the best way to protect kids from adult content and harmful sites? More »

  • Happy 4th birthday, Google Chrome!

    World’s most widely-used web browser celebrates anniversary. Light the candles, pass round the party poppers and bring out the cake - we've got a birthday to celebrate. Many happy… More »

  • BitTorrent user tracking 'surprisingly common'

    Privacy not an option for illegal downloaders More »

  • Cabinet reshuffle sees Jeremy Hunt replaced as culture

    Cabinet reshuffle sees Jeremy Hunt replaced as culture secretary. More »

  • Internet access: Motivation is the biggest barrier

    How can the 5.2 million homes in Britain without web access be encouraged to get connected? More »

  • Mobile downloads now available on BBC iPlayer

    Now you can download shows to watch later - but you’ll need a Wi-Fi connection More »

  • Lincolnshire broadband campaign backed by 1,000 locals

    Broadband Means Business will aim to have 10,000 signatures by December More »

  • Netflix used by 1m in UK and Ireland

    Film and TV streaming service reaches milestone in record time More »