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hs2 trains to improve uk broadband

18th June, 2013 (50 Comments)

The New Economics Foundation, an independent think tank that aims to inspire “real economic well-being“, has advised the government to scrap its £33bn High Speed Two (HS2) railway link and instead invest £5.5 billion from the effort into rolling out “ultra fast to-the-door” broadband coverage across the United Kingdom.

computer_security_uk

18th June, 2013 (1 Comment)

Following this week’s controversial meeting with the government’s culture secretary, Maria Miller, four of the United Kingdom’s biggest broadband ISPs (BT, Virgin Media, TalkTalk and Sky Broadband) have agreed to collectively commit £1 million over the next 4 years to “crack down” on the creation and distribution of online child abuse content.

uk free software network

18th June, 2013 (2 Comments)

The UK Free Software Network (UKFSN), a small internet access and web hosting provider that helps to fund free software projects from its profits, has today officially been struck off and dissolved by Companies House (company no. 05292112). But happily the ISP is not dead and will continue to operate.

mobile broadband uk

18th June, 2013 (6 Comments)

Mobile operator’s Three UK and EE have come top in the latest annual study of roaming Mobile Broadband performance. Overall Three UK delivered the highest peak internet download speed of 8.66Mbps (Megabits per second), while EE delivered the best average speed of 3.43Mbps. But once again it’s bad news for Vodafone.

titanadsl_logo

18th June, 2013 (6 Comments)

Internet provider TitanADSL has suddenly discontinued its web hosting and email services because it only had a small number of users and thus wasn’t economically viable. On top of that the ISP has also confirmed that its fixed line broadband services will shortly be merged with another company.

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