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Daily tech deal: Half price BT Multiport Broadband Extender 500 add-on

11 Sep 2014  by Louisa Benson
Daily tech deal: Half price BT Multiport Broadband Extender 500 add-on
Amazon has the BT Broadband Extender Flex 500 Passthrough Powerline Adapters (Twin Pack) for a low £29.99 Free Delivery. This normally retails for £60.

Defining the digital service provider: An ideological change in telecoms

10 Sep 2014  by Jennifer Kyriakakis
Defining the digital service provider: An ideological change in telecoms
As the world connects to each other with increasingly faster networks and communication techniques, the role of communication service providers is diminishing. But what is it evolving into?

Gartner red-faced after ridiculous Internet of Things adoption claim

09 Sep 2014  by Wayne Williams
Gartner red-faced after ridiculous Internet of Things adoption claim
Companies are pouring a lot of money into creating connected hardware, but it will be some years before the Internet of Things really makes it big. Though Gartner would disagree.

Happy 15th Birthday, Wi-Fi! How has it changed your life?

09 Sep 2014  by Brian Fagioli
Happy 15th Birthday, Wi-Fi! How has it changed your life?
Wireless access points are basically magic. Well, it is actually science, but to early users, it was like something out of a fantasy. And now the technology has turned fifteen.

Australian man prepares for Apple iPhone 6 launch by getting a 'handy' microchip implant

08 Sep 2014  by Sam Pudwell
Australian man prepares for Apple iPhone 6 launch by getting a 'handy' microchip implant
He can already use the chip to open doors and turn on lights with just a wave of his hand, but will the microchip also work with Apple's forthcoming flagship smartphone?

Further thoughts on the smart hub to grease the wheels of the Internet of Things

08 Sep 2014  by Guy Wright
Further thoughts on the smart hub to grease the wheels of the Internet of Things
A dozen or more IoT alliances have emerged in the past few months all vying to be ‘the one ring that binds them all’ – and we’ve got some thoughts on the best solution in that endeavour.

Oxford University embraces BYOD, overhauls ancient communications systems

05 Sep 2014  by Emily Garthwaite
Oxford University embraces BYOD, overhauls ancient communications systems
Oxford University is aiming to increase BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and collaboration across its campuses with a new communications contract.

Aberdeen becomes Scotland’s first Gigabit City through CityFibre investment

03 Sep 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Aberdeen becomes Scotland’s first Gigabit City through CityFibre investment
CityFibre has teamed up with local ISP Internet for Business to bring the new high-speed fibre-optic network to over 6,000 businesses throughout the Scottish city.

There’s still a lot of work to do in achieving a unified Internet of Things platform

03 Sep 2014  by Guy Wright
There’s still a lot of work to do in achieving a unified Internet of Things platform
We discuss the need to sort out interconnection issues concerning the Internet of Things, and a possible solution in the form of an intelligent controller hub.

Report: 4G growth boosts mobile video consumption

03 Sep 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Report: 4G growth boosts mobile video consumption
According to Citrix's latest Mobile Analytics Report, the increasing use of 4G networks has led to users watching mobile video content more often, for longer and at a higher resolution.

RIP MSN: A 15 year history of Microsoft's revolutionary messenger

02 Sep 2014  by Zak Thomas
RIP MSN: A 15 year history of Microsoft's revolutionary messenger
MSN made us realise that there was more to life than having to talk face to face. Here are some of the biggest headlines spanning across MSN's 15 year contribution to instant messaging.