Cable & Wireless has left the broadband pilot for the Highlands and Islands region of Scotland, BT is now the only major company still in the bid process, leaving local politicians worried
Showing results 1 to 20 of 89
Microsoft, BT and start-up Neul are working on broadband using white-space radio, which promises new wireless data without needing new frequencies. That's a tougher job to pull off than it may seem
BT and the Chinese telecoms kit-maker ZTE have announced a major research partnership, aimed at developing new fixed-line, wireless and mobile services.The companies said on Wednesday that the partnership would combine ZTE's telecoms equipment and network savvy with BT's innovation and communications service delivery record.
BT has reported a doubling in use of its wireless services, with the telco recording its first ever 10 million-minute week during September
Wireless traffic doubles chez BT
In an effort to attract more small and medium-sized business broadband customers, BT is adding wireless to the mix
BT has released figures showing that the nation shares more than 100,000 broadband connections through its Fon wireless hotspot scheme
BT is leading a consortium to drive collaborative research between the United Kingdom and India, with a strong focus on new fixed and wireless networking technologies.
BT is leading an Anglo-Indian consortium that aims to develop and patent new fixed and wireless networking technologies
Do you really care what wireless network you're on? Aside from a few wireless geeks that live in an acronym filled world of 3G, EVDO, HSDPA and CDMA no one cares.
The telco is to offer outdoor Wi-Fi connectivity across 15 town centres as it reveals three more locations that will soon benefit
Operator has dropped its Ofcom complaint over alleged overcharging by BT, but its reasons for the withdrawal are unclear
BT signs its first smartphone deal, Orange offers wireless storage for the enterprise and we test the BlackBerry 8800
Cable & Wireless has complained to Ofcom that BT regularly broke the regulator's rules when setting up new lines
Update: Telco commits to completing its 12-city rollout by March this year, and signs a high-street deal with Phones 4u
The '12 Wireless Cities' plan will see BT make wireless Internet access more widely available, in partnership with local councils
Thursday 11/5/2006I'm on a conference call to BT where Steven Evans, the head of wireless broadband, is talking to us about their new enterprise product.It is - or will be, when launched -- a Wi-Fi/GSM phone that can switchbetween the wireless LAN in the office and GSM networks outside.
A dedicated line has been launched by BT for small businesses about to be cut off by Cable & Wireless
BT is making it cheaper for new users to use its wireless hot spots; will slashing prices boost demand?
The telco fears that media reports about wireless security dangers could drive customers away
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 Perfectly legal ways you can still get Windows 7 cheap (or even free)
- 2 How much does an iPhone 6 really cost? (Hint: It's way more than $199)
- 3 31 ways to improve your iPhone's battery life
- 4 Seven privacy settings you should change immediately in iOS 8
- 5 Review: Tile Bluetooth tag (verdict: Great)