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Europe will benchmark broadband speeds

EC launches a major study

Wed Sep 28 2011, 11:50

Tata admits DoS attacks could create internet islands

Claims it has stopped attacks by Anonymous

Thu Sep 15 2011, 15:25

More evidence tips up against Cisco in China repression

Aided government in tracking down dissidents

Wed Sep 07 2011, 09:56

Lightbulbs can be used to broadcast wireless internet

LiFi is coming

Thu Aug 25 2011, 17:16

Fresh Amazon outage downs Foursquare, Netflix and Reddit

EC2 connectivity issues rain down on Web 2.0 firms

Tue Aug 09 2011, 09:59

Cisco will supply China with snooping gear

Joins HP in the once forbidden land

Tue Jul 05 2011, 16:32

Office of Fair Trading asks Google to remove 93,000 dodgy adverts

Chases down virtual Delboys

Tue Jun 28 2011, 13:05

IP geolocation specialist says an IP address doesn't identify a person

Far from pinpoint accuracy for the media content cartel clowns

Wed Jun 22 2011, 17:57

BT announces more fibre locations

White space trial hits the Isle

Tue Jun 14 2011, 14:50

IPv6 is the best ad-blocking software, claims IP geolocation firm

Advertisers are waiting for consumers to upgrade before getting onboard

Fri Jun 10 2011, 17:02

Google expects one per cent of requests to fail on IPv6 day

Updated Disruption is the only way forward

Fri Jun 03 2011, 13:57

Calls to break up of the US telecoms get louder

Opposition becomes more vocal after FCC member joins Comcast

Fri May 13 2011, 14:55

Pirate Bay prepares for the battle of the internet

Its finest hour

Tue May 10 2011, 10:39

Anonymous lines up a Viacom operation

Firm accused for Youtube actions

Fri May 06 2011, 15:29

Youtube is accused of silencing Anonymous

Not a very good idea

Tue Apr 19 2011, 17:45

Verisign deploys DNSSEC on .com TLD

Plugs DNS security hole

Fri Apr 01 2011, 16:50

Few will use the big Internet connected telly in the corner

Opinion Tablets will eat into the HDTV market

Tue Mar 29 2011, 16:51

Talktalk rubbishes BT broadband stance

Dominant telco is only in it for itself

Mon Sep 12 2011, 15:16

Google wins antitrust case against Ohio firm

Was unable to show damage to the wider web

Fri Sep 02 2011, 12:10

AT&T sues its own customers over T-Mobile US merger

Shoots its own foot for a monopoly

Thu Aug 18 2011, 15:07

Lightning strikes Amazon and Microsoft cloud services

The heavens are angry with hosted systems

Mon Aug 08 2011, 09:05

US claims all .com and .net websites are in its jurisdiction

Updated Sees an Internet without borders

Mon Jul 04 2011, 15:53

Nokia Siemens can't find a suitable bidder for its business

Even with $1bn losses Nokia is picky about who carries the can

Mon Jun 27 2011, 16:35

Three is unhappy with Ofcom’s spectrum trading

Rivals have an unfair advantage, it claims

Mon Jun 20 2011, 15:19

Network vendors' quest for profits might have hit IPv6 adoption

New kit is not always neccessary

Mon Jun 13 2011, 14:23

IPv6 day is more than just larger internet addresses, says Verisign

Don't be dazzled by the numbers

Wed Jun 08 2011, 08:26

More counties named in UK government's superfast broadband plans

BT announces Cornish update but hits trial blockage elsewhere

Fri May 27 2011, 15:24

Ofcom bigs up 4G capabilities ahead of auction

Like a hawker trying to flog tat

Thu May 12 2011, 17:13

Amazon will offer Red Hat Enterprise Linux on demand in EC2

Assuming its cloud service stays up, that is

Fri May 06 2011, 17:50

Sony admits to second data loss

Information from 24.6m Sony Online Entertainment accounts stolen

Tue May 03 2011, 09:10

UK Pirate Party launches 2011 manifesto

Pro-web politicos want more openness and fairness

Fri Apr 15 2011, 16:54

AT&T claims T-Mobile buyout won't mean price hikes

Hopes the FCC and DOJ buy it

Thu Mar 31 2011, 12:24

Sprint will oppose AT&T's bid to buy T-Mobile

Claims it will recreate Ma Bell

Tue Mar 29 2011, 11:42

Seven US states oppose AT&T's purchase of T-Mobile USA

Side with the US DoJ

Mon Sep 19 2011, 14:15

Sprint sues AT&T claiming its buyout of T-Mobile USA is illegal

Joins the DoJ in turning up the heat

Wed Sep 07 2011, 14:44

US DoJ sues AT&T over T-Mobile USA buyout

Wants to preserve competition

Thu Sep 01 2011, 10:53

AT&T outlines a plan for networks to be on IPv6 by 2020

Pushes an agressive strategy against the luddites

Wed Aug 10 2011, 17:40

Verisign obeys court orders for domain takedowns

Accepts the new ICE age

Thu Jul 07 2011, 13:51

Microsoft is set to push white space networks in the UK

Teams up with the BBC and Bskyb

Mon Jun 27 2011, 13:52

NSA starts monitoring defence firms' internet traffic

Says it's not interested in the public, yet

Fri Jun 17 2011, 17:12

Obama administration is working on shadow internet and phone networks

Multiple projects to help rebels fight repressive regimes

Mon Jun 13 2011, 13:07

Tata Communications expects IPv6 day to go smoother than anticipated

Watches closely as the clock strikes 12

Tue Jun 07 2011, 18:42

Sarkozy wants government regulation of the Internet

Claims governments can unlock the potential of the internet

Wed May 25 2011, 17:45

Alcatel-Lucent CEO wants governments to leave net neutrality alone

Sticking up for his customer base

Wed May 11 2011, 15:10

Music and movie moguls must try harder in their war against file sharing

Analysis Targeting IP addresses will not be enough anymore

Fri May 06 2011, 16:29

Amazon EC2 outage downs Reddit, Quora and Foursquare

Datacentre is a don't-acentre

Thu Apr 21 2011, 16:58

US Republicans pass an anti net-neutrality bill

Try to neuter the FCC

Mon Apr 11 2011, 15:56

New York will 'closely scrutinise' AT&T's plan to buy T-Mobile

Opposition grows

Wed Mar 30 2011, 12:06
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