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London's tech city under threat from shoddy broadband that's "not fit for purpose"

18 hours ago  by Alysia Judge
London's tech city under threat from shoddy broadband that's "not fit for purpose"
According to startups, London’s blooming technology scene is being stifled by a frustratingly easy problem to fix: Poor Internet connection services.

Facebook finally rolls out Internet.org, bringing free Internet to Africa

19 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
Facebook finally rolls out Internet.org, bringing free Internet to Africa
Facebook has finally release its much-anticipated Internet.org programme, designed to increase connectivity and access to online resources in the developing world.

IPv6 is driving the future of the car industry

29 Jul 2014  by Axel Pawlik
IPv6 is driving the future of the car industry
Every device that connects to the Internet needs an IP address, and the problem is that we've very nearly run out of them. This could be a real barrier to the future of the automotive industry.

Carrier opportunities: How to expand the potential of Ethernet outside the WAN

29 Jul 2014  by James Morris
Carrier opportunities: How to expand the potential of Ethernet outside the WAN
James Morris explains in detail the future of Ethernet, the opportunities presented by Carrier Ethernet 2.0 and how CE 2.0 will help mobile networks.

The digital divide is still a massive issue for second class broadband citizens in the UK

28 Jul 2014  by Mark Wilson
The digital divide is still a massive issue for second class broadband citizens in the UK
The web is an entirely different and hugely frustrating place if you’re stuck out in the sticks with an incredibly slow and unreliable net connection.

Network convergence: How to improve the mobile experience

25 Jul 2014  by Don Thomas Jacob
Network convergence: How to improve the mobile experience
To leverage the advantages of mobility, such as increased employee satisfaction, improved productivity and overall agility, the network should be capable of providing a seamless user experience.

Wi-Fi Monitor Plus Android app launches for SMBs through to enterprises

25 Jul 2014  by Darren Allan
Wi-Fi Monitor Plus Android app launches for SMBs through to enterprises
ManageEngine has launched a new app which offers two modes, one to analyse Wi-Fi networks, and another to survey any given site for the best signal strength areas.

Data Integration: The only true provision against cybercrime

24 Jul 2014  by Julie Lockner
Data Integration: The only true provision against cybercrime
Even previously well protected and "secure" industries such as the public sector have realised that they must take extra steps in order to secure their data. Here's how to do it.

When it comes to security, honesty is the best policy

23 Jul 2014  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

23 Jul 2014  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

23 Jul 2014  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.