A raft of government funding has been provided for the project that includes free events, master classes and workshops that are all led by leading digital lights.
Update 5.11 is a minor one and includes various small tweaks that maintain the security of stability of the product ahead of its eventual end of life in the next three years.
A further round of job cuts that are part of a previously announced 18,000 redundancies will be carried out on Thursday in order to continue targeting big savings.
The project hopes to connect people to the Internet in places that have a patchy connection and delivers simplified web pages via text message to do so.
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MTS, which has over 100 million subscribers and offers 4G connectivity, has seen its shares plunge after Vladimir Evtushenkov’s arrest on suspicion of money laundering.
Data breaches are becoming frequent and increasing in severity, meaning it's a case of when a business will suffer a data breach, not if, writes Graham Jones of Exclusive Networks.
The high street retailer has started taking orders for both devices and is offering the smaller of the two smartphones in an exclusive green colour as well as the black, orange and white models.
The results from the 2014 KPMG Global Technology Innovation survey are in, and it indicates that the biggest revenue driving force over the next few years will be the IoT.
Dixons Carphone is set to join the FTSE 100, following a strong Q1 performance, increasing market share, and the UK's recovering property market.
A study carried out by Boston-based firm Localytics found that smartphone users are downloading fewer apps in what is already an extremely saturated market.