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Vodafone finally rolls out 4G to PAYG customers after a year left waiting

29 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Vodafone finally rolls out 4G to PAYG customers after a year left waiting
A number of bundles have been detailed by the network operator that give PAYG customers the chance to take advantage of data speeds that are three times as quick.

EE switches on 4G LTE in 13 more UK towns

29 Aug 2014  by Darren Allan
EE switches on 4G LTE in 13 more UK towns
300,000 more Brits can now access 4G with EE, and one of the towns to feel the benefit is Witney in Oxfordshire, the Prime Minister’s constituency.

Mixed news for the server market: It's growing, but not by much

29 Aug 2014  by Ian Barker
Mixed news for the server market: It's growing, but not by much
The second quarter of 2014 saw server shipments grow by 1.3 percent and revenue by 2.8 percent according to the latest figures released by Gartner.

No Internet for 11.4 million Americans affected by Time Warner Cable fault

27 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
No Internet for 11.4 million Americans affected by Time Warner Cable fault
The nationwide outage affected customers in all of the 29 different states that it operates in and it comes just days after it was fined $1.1 million in relation to another outage.

BT warned that 6.5% price hike will have ‘big impact on family finances’

26 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
BT warned that 6.5% price hike will have ‘big impact on family finances’
Household phone and broadband bills are set to rise by up to 6.5 per cent with BT stating that its tariffs for low income households aren’t affected by the rise.

Is Ethernet the new wide area network?

26 Aug 2014  by James Morris
Is Ethernet the new wide area network?
The future is looking very bright for companies hoping to extend the utility of their WAN. Ethernet really could be the new solution for a huge range of companies.

Satellite broadband to the rescue: A viable solution to internet connection woes

23 Aug 2014  by Mark Wilson
Satellite broadband to the rescue: A viable solution to internet connection woes
If you live in a remote area with a terrible and unstable broadband connection, then satellite may be the solution you need.

Central London businesses losing £40m per year due to massive broadband issues: Pay attention, Boris

22 Aug 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Central London businesses losing £40m per year due to massive broadband issues: Pay attention, Boris
After conducting a survey involving over 400,000 SMEs in the area, the Centre for Economics and Business Research found that SMEs are losing 54,000 working days per year because of dodgy broadband.

BT Dual-Band Wi-Fi Extender 600

22 Aug 2014  by Tom Phelan
BT Dual-Band Wi-Fi Extender 600
You know the frustration when the Wi-Fi signal from your brand new router won't reach all the way through your mansion? Well, all's not lost - get a Wi-Fi extender.

Unnecessary landline fees and slow broadband are a nightmare for SMEs

21 Aug 2014  by Tom Phelan
Unnecessary landline fees and slow broadband are a nightmare for SMEs
A report by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) has revealed the tawdry state of broadband in London’s small businesses. New broadband provider Relish thinks it has the answer.

Why golf fans should brace themselves for the tech revolution

21 Aug 2014  by Shane Buckley
Why golf fans should brace themselves for the tech revolution
The evolution of home entertainment and sports broadcasting technology is bringing spectators closer to the action than ever before. Shane Buckley takes a closer look the developments.