broadband

Rubbish internet no longer first-world-problem

Although Internet access has long been ridiculed as a first world problem new research from Which? has shown broadband is now considered as important as running water and a dry place to sleep.

FCC points net neutrality finger at AT&T

The FCC has written to AT&T SVP Robert Quinn to cast a shadow over the telcos plans to offer DirectTV as a zero-rating proposition, citing net neutrality concerns.

Can Donald trump the technology industry?

Following one of the more controversial and flamboyant election campaigns in recent memory, Telecoms.com has a look at what a Donald Trump presidency could mean for the tech industry.

Virgin Media has a good quarter… we think…

Virgin Media’s parent company has released its financial earnings for the last quarter apparently showing a healthy performance adding an additional 45,000 customers.

Smart home tech is not good enough – Intel

IoT is one of the more popular topics in the world of technology, but for the vast majority of the consumer world it isn’t anything more than science fiction.

Embrace video or lose customers – Huawei

The intelligent world is here, and telcos need to be ready for it. That’s the message from Huawei during the opening keynote at Broadband World Forum in London this morning.

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