O2 seems to be trampling the competition July 3, 2017 O2, the UK mobile operator with exclusive rights to the iPhone, has managed to secure another set of exclusive rights, to the iPhone’s latest rival, the Palm Pre. The deal for the Palm Pre was announced Tuesday, and should lead to
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Spain’s first HD channels launched February 9, 2016 SES ASTRA, an SES company, has launched Spain’s first HD channel on ASTRA. The new HD channel is called Canal+ HD and is part of Sogecable’s digital pay-TV package Digital+ which broadcasts via ASTRA on 19.2° East. The programme line-up of Canal+
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Blackberry Pearl arrives in Italy October 17, 2015 RIM and TIM have announced that the BlackBerry Pearl 8120 Smartphone will be launched in the Italian market. The Blackberry combines both business and leisure functions and is aimed at high end users. The phone will be available exclusively from TIM until
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Channel 4 joins iTunes store March 19, 2016 If you have considered spending your money to download episodes of Spaced, Shameless or Skins, it is now feasible as Channel 4 has begun to put its shows into the iTunes store according to the gadget website T3. The programmes cost £1.89 each,
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The Broadband Forum June 18, 2016 Previously known as the DSL forum, the organisation has been led to change its name by current developments in technology including the likes of IPTV, to ‘The Broadband Forum’. The DSL forum has developed strategies and logged reports of current data and solutions to steer
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Interoute increases network capacity in Europe November 3, 2017 Interoute has increased the capacity of its core IP network in Europe by 9.5 Terabits, through the deployment of Juniper Networks MX Series Ethernet service routers. IP traffic on Interoute’s network has doubled every 12 months, with increased demand from ISPs,
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Vodafone feels heat of mobile broadband competition November 5, 2016 Vodafone has noticed the mobile broadband competition hotting up this week with new lower-priced deals from O2, BT, 3 and Virgin Mobile. Joining the price war, Vodafone has lowered the cost of its mobile broadband packages to £10 and £15 a
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North Yorkshire County Council in £42.4m broadband contract February 20, 2016 Some 500 locations in North Yorkshire including schools, libraries and council offices are set to profit from a new ten year broadband contract just announced by North Yorkshire County Council. The £42.4m contract was awarded to NYnet after a three year
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Free Orange broadband for business customers October 23, 2016 Network operator Orange is offering free broadband to small businesses signing up to its Orange Solo mobile phone tariff. The Solo tariff, designed for self-employed workers, costs £30 per month and will now come with free unlimited 8Mbps fixed-line broadband for business.
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Nokia adds its nail to WiMax coffin January 9, 2017 The world’s biggest mobile phone maker has added a additional nail to the WiMax coffin by discontinuing production of its only WiMax device. The Nokia 810 WiMax Edition internet tablet has been withdrawn from the market only months after its release.
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