As the pro-democracy demonstrations continue, many protesters have begun using FireChat, a free app that allows users to communicate even without a mobile phone signal.
The network now covers 281 cities and towns across the country, with 75 per cent of the UK’s population under EE’s 4G umbrella.
A handful of London residents unwittingly agreed to give up their first-born child when signing in to a public Wi-Fi hot spot as part of an experiment by the Cyber Security Research Institute.
Another research partnership has been signed, this time with the Dresden University of Technology, to develop the technology ahead of a potential rollout in the decade following 2020.
Will home security providers end up controlling the Internet of Things, and if so, what might that mean for your smart home in the future?
Testing has revealed that a connection of 1Gbps can be achieved by using a mixture of fibre optic and copper wiring – something that could threaten fibre-optic’s march.
The latest move from tech companies, follows increased public concerns about US and UK government surveillance, brought about by the leak of transatlantic government surveillance practises.
The social network revealed more details for its plan to connect parts of the developing world, confirming its drones will be the size of Boeing 747s and will remain airborne for five years.
Big data is playing an ever-increasing role in our daily lives and, as the cost of chip-technology falls, cities will soon be able to gather information from pretty much anywhere.
The website will now be a lot easier to navigate thanks to a wide range of changes that are supposed to make sure businesses have easy access to the £100 million pot.
A 300Mbps LTE-A service will kick off, along with trials for an even speedier 400Mbps affair, plus the switch has been flicked on a new “iconic arch” which spans over the stadium.