Getting back into mobile might make a lot of sense for the telecoms giant, says analyst.
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Kobo is the first to launch an ebook reader with waterproof capability and that adds peace of mind for reading when you are close to or in water.
Kobo's upcoming Aura H20 adds an element to ebook readers that I am sure many of you have wanted, but haven't yet seen implemented.
BT will make a second pass on locations that it hasn't managed to deliver fibre to in previous attempts.
Tablet sales look to double this year, with 2.3 million tablets sold in Australia during the first six months of 2013 — already equalling total sales for 2012.
The British government is spending £42.6 billion on a new west-coast railway line when it could spend the same amount or perhaps less on providing the whole nation with superfast broadband with Fibre-to-the-home (FTTH).
BT is continuing to fibre-enable new exchanges, with nearly a hundred more in Scotland, the Midlands and the north of England to go live before next year.
The theft of hundreds of metres of copper cable led to broadband outages in Middlesex and Sussex last year.
Google wants its WebM/VP8 codec to be made a mandatory standard for real-time communications on the web, and has recommended against the use of the H.264 codec. While this is fine in theory, H.264 is already entrenched, and Google itself supports it
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 UK's Competition Commission has backed Ofcom's plans for cutting mobile termination charges, and has agreed with BT that the cuts should go even deeper and arrive sooner
Ofcom has revised earlier proposals for the upcoming 4G auction in ways that could end the repeated delays in bringing fast mobile broadband to the UK
The telecoms company is gearing up to launch an ad-funded Wi-Fi network for visitors and residents ahead of the Olympics Games later in 2012
Mobile data usage is spurring a massive boom in public Wi-Fi hotspots, but authentication needs to be easier for more people to start using them, according to the Wireless Broadband Alliance
The Motion Picture Association has written to major ISPs, saying it is about to seek a court order forcing them to follow BT in blocking access to Newzbin2
The BPI has fired a shot across BT's bows, requesting it to block the Pirate Bay file-sharing website for BT customers, in the wake of a ruling that BT block Newzbin2
BT has 14 days to cut off customers' access to Usenet indexing site Newzbin2 and pay costs, the judge has said in a copyright infringement case brought by six US film studios
Up to 20Mbps service to reach 90 per cent of UK premises by 2013...
Six US film studios have won a case against BT, which must block file-sharing Usenet site Newzbin2 after a landmark decision at the High Court
Top tablet accessories, pets on the social net and BT's heart-starting phone box...
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