02 Broadband ready to go -October 15th October 4, 2015 O2 is launching a new broadband service on the 15th of October. O2 are claiming that it’s service will be easy to set up and that it’s pricing will be clear and easy to understand. The service will be available to
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Doubts over 99.4% broadband availability estimates in Wales February 21, 2016 UK broadband coverage figures, when talked about, are questioned and to some degree, until each telephone line has been tested by trying to get ADSL working over it and other broadband solutions discounted, any coverage figure will remain an approximation.
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Opera mobile browser moves to Google March 4, 2016 Opera, the software developer, has adopted Google as the default search option, on its Opera Mobile and Opera Mini web browsers. The agreement replaces a deal with rival search engine, Yahoo!, made in January 2015. It extends an existing relationship
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Mobinnova ship two new 3.5G phones to i-mate February 18, 2016 Mobinnova is expected to start shipping its Ultimate 8502 and the Ultimate 9502 mobile phone handsets to Taiwan based handset vendor i-mate. The Taiwan-based company’s two new phones have 3.5G capabilities, and are built based on Qualcomm’s MSM 7200 platform
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Forum announces broadband certification program February 9, 2018 At the MPLS & Ethernet World Congress today, the Broadband Forum announced its first ever certification program, as a crucial component in its drive to develop the full potential of broadband and support the smooth broadband architecture convergence around the world. The
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Vodafone launches free TV service January 15, 2017 Vodafone customers are to be given access to free internet TV. The mobile operator has signed a deal with free net TV company Babelgum to provide ad-sponsored content as part of a six month trial. Babelgum content is free to watch and
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ISPs not responsible for filesharing March 18, 2017 The vast majority of people in the UK believe that ISPs should not be held responsible for illegal file sharing. Four in five respondents to an ISPreview.co.uk survey thought ISP action on peer-to-peer filesharing is unnecessary. The results imply that Brits want
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TalkTalk Gives Away D-Link Routers to Customers September 26, 2016 TalkTalk and AOL Broadband’s business has grown by more than 21% in 2015, which means they now have 2.6 million users. It looks like one of the big beneficiaries from this success will be D-Link, the well known router manufacturer.
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Business Does Not Understand Unified Communications January 14, 2017 According to Dimension Data there are three reasons why companies are not taking up unified communications (UC). They cite the implementation of ground work and the costs involved as two of the major problems, but they believe that the main stumbling block
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Vodafone and 3 merge in Australia February 10, 2017 Network operators Vodafone and Hutchinson Whampoa, the parent company of 3, have merged their operations in Australia, in a bid to heat up the competition with rival providers Optus and Telstra. Vodafone chief executive Vittorio Colao said: “This transaction will benefit customers
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