News Archive - May 2012

Previous news from our archive for May 2012.
Thursday, May 17th 2012
New figures show over eight million UK adults have never accessed the internet. More than eight million UK adults have still never enjoyed the benefits of a broadband connection, a...
Wednesday, May 16th 2012
Wireless broadband signal can be improved by moving routers to a more prominent position, Ben Greenwood of TechDrink has said. Router placement and the choice of channel can have a major impact on the quality of wireless broadb...
Tuesday, May 15th 2012
Suitable regulation can aid the deployment of broadband networks, the ITU has said. The importance of effective regulation in supporting the deployment of broadband has been highlighte...
Monday, May 14th 2012
The first residents in Bathgate, West Lothian can now sign up for super-fast broadband with BT. Bathgate has become the latest town in West Lothian to gain access to BT's fibre optic broadband...
Friday, May 11th 2012
Free internet access can help people back into employment, according to BT. BT has claimed a scheme it operates offering free broadband access to community groups could help ge...
Thursday, May 10th 2012
Everything Everywhere should not be allowed to deploy 4G services before the rest of the market, its rivals have said. Network operators 3 Mobile, O2 and Vodafone have called for Ofcom to scrap proposals allowing Everyt...
Thursday, May 10th 2012
Derbyshire County Council has unlocked £7.39 million of funding for its super-fast broadband strategy. The green light has been given to a project that aims to deliver a huge boost to broadband connectiv...
Wednesday, May 9th 2012
The ASA has banned an advert for Virgin Media's super-fast broadband service. Virgin Media has been warned not to make unsubstantiated claims about the speeds offered by its supe...
Tuesday, May 8th 2012
The UK could miss out on the next industrial revolution due to its slow broadband speeds, former BT man Peter Cochrane has warned. Britain is "at the back of the pack" when it comes to broadband speeds, according to forme...
Friday, May 4th 2012
The government has announced plans to make accessing adult content on the internet more difficult. Internet service providers (ISPs) could be encouraged to block adult content and pornographic sites ...
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