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When it comes to security, honesty is the best policy

13 hours ago  by Sean Newman
When it comes to security, honesty is the best policy
It has never been harder for businesses to build and preserve a relationship of trust with their customers. Just ask any major organisation that has lost confidential customer data through a breach.

BBC, Huawei, Qualcomm, EE bring Commonwealth Games into 4G era

14 hours ago  by Sam Pudwell
BBC, Huawei, Qualcomm, EE bring Commonwealth Games into 4G era
BBC content from the games will be streamed using LTE eMBMS (evolved multimedia broadcast and multicast service) to broadcast live coverage to 4G tablets and smartphones, with no pesky buffering.

Scotland to enjoy fast broadband push

16 hours ago  by Emily Garthwaite
Scotland to enjoy fast broadband push
The £410 million Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband programme is moving forward as 90,000 homes and businesses across 18 Scottish local authorities are set to get fibre broadband.

4G helps push Chinese mobile Internet users past traditional PC counterparts for first time

22 Jul 2014  by Jamie Hinks
4G helps push Chinese mobile Internet users past traditional PC counterparts for first time
83.4 per cent of China’s mobile device owners use the Internet on as opposed to laptop and desktop PCs where the number stayed flat at 80.9 per cent.

Vodafone launches rural mobile broadband scheme for up to 100 hard-to-reach communities

22 Jul 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Vodafone launches rural mobile broadband scheme for up to 100 hard-to-reach communities
Citizens across the UK are being encouraged to team up with local MPs to request the 3G mobile broadband signal to be installed in areas that otherwise don’t have Internet access.

Tackling the connected future, the right way

22 Jul 2014  by Mat Keep
Tackling the connected future, the right way
The Internet of Things represents a considerable opportunity, but businesses need an infrastructure that affords the flexibility, agility and scalability to meet the changes of this new era.

EE network error bombards customers with scores of marketing messages

21 Jul 2014  by Jamie Hinks
EE network error bombards customers with scores of marketing messages
Orange customers felt the brunt of the error as large numbers of messages concerning its Magic Numbers service were sent in error over the weekend.

Illegal downloaders to receive email warnings, as Pirate Bay traffic doubles

21 Jul 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Illegal downloaders to receive email warnings, as Pirate Bay traffic doubles
Starting from next year, those who download content illegally in the UK will receive up to four emails annually reminding them of copyright law in an attempt to curb the growth of online piracy.

Google Fiber won’t be hitting UK in the near future

21 Jul 2014  by Darren Allan
Google Fiber won’t be hitting UK in the near future
A report has suggested that CityFibre has been in talks with the big G, but apparently no “serious” discussions have taken place.

Huawei, EE, BBC and Qualcomm debut 4G broadcast trial that promises the end of buffering on smartphones

18 Jul 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Huawei, EE, BBC and Qualcomm debut 4G broadcast trial that promises the end of buffering on smartphones
It is being launched at a BBC future of broadcasting event and reportedly provides a cheaper and more efficient way for mobile operators to get content to customers.

No more peaceful coffee breaks in the office: BT One Phone won't let you miss a business call again

17 Jul 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
No more peaceful coffee breaks in the office: BT One Phone won't let you miss a business call again
The new offering allows the traditional office desk phone to be absorbed into a mobile handset, meaning employees will be less likely to miss important calls while away from their work stations.