The UK can go ahead with its plans to use public money to partially fund the roll out of super-fast broadband infrastructure following European regulators' approval of the scheme.
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The telecoms company, which has rolled out its super-fast broadband network to 10 million premises, saw annual profits go up 42 percent in the last financial year
The government has revealed the 27 smaller cities that will go up against each other for a share in a £50m super-fast broadband upgrade pot, with only 10 winners to be named
With fewer than 100 days to go to the Olympics, businesses have not been publicly told whether to expect disruption to broadband services, as warned by LOCOG
The European Commission has dropped a privacy infringement case against the UK government over BT trials of Phorm behavioural advertising.The government avoided Commission legal action by changing UK privacy legislation, the Commission said in a statement on Thursday.
A government-funded agency is to give 10 UK companies cash to start figuring out how to make money from the rapid proliferation of internet-connected items.The Technology Strategy Board said on Wednesday that the companies, including BT, would each get up to £50,000 to "undertake preparatory studies to better understand how to move towards an application and services marketplace in the 'internet of things'".
Chancellor George Osborne has announced a £5bn National Infrastructure Plan, including funding to create up to 10'super-connected cities'
The government has said that the failing NPfIT will be 'dismantled' more quickly, a claim that has been disputed by campaigners
More than one million more homes and businesses will be covered by the 114 exchanges named in the next phase of BT Openreach's rollout of fibre-based super-fast broadband
Virgin has suggested the government's rural broadband scheme will expand its rival's dominance, while BT criticises Virgin for 'cherry picking' its coverage
The multimillion pound funding will come to the areas of England and Scotland that need it most, in order to provide people living in those towns and villages with connections of at least 2Mbps
Damages, transition charges and other costs may make it uneconomic to end £1.3bn CSC contracts for the Lorenzo and IPM systems, NHS CIO Christine Connelly has told a committee of MPs
The ailing NPfIT cannot reach its target of delivering electronic care records for every patient in the UK and the work so far does not represent value for money, according to a National Audit Office report
BT has become the fourth company to sign a Deed of Understanding to provide parts of the technology that underpin the Public Sector Network programme
The government has appointed 'crown representatives' who will be responsible for co-ordinating contracts with major suppliers across different departments
A group of ISPs has complained to communications minister Ed Vaizey over BT's pricing and terms and conditions for letting rival broadband providers use its ducts and poles
The regulator will look at measures that require ISPs to block websites found to be unlawfully distributing copyrighted content, to see if they are practical and affordable
Culture minister Jeremy Hunt, who has taken over responsibility for telecoms regulation, has begun consultation on a new law covering broadband, mobile and online TV services
Smaller providers say the UK's 'fibre tax' system means that BT will win most of the cash the government is offering as subsidies for rural super-fast broadband
Data transparency initiative unveils the tech vendors that take home the most taxpayer cash...