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CityFibre Buys TalkTalk’s Fibre Network In York

Fibre disposal. TalkTalk's FibreNation division sold to CityFibre for £200 million, amid signing of wholesale agreement with CityFibre

3 days ago

Microsoft Chromium Edge Browser Released For Windows, MacOS

Edge browser based on the open source Chromium project now available for download across multiple platforms

1 week ago

Ofcom Proposes Changes To Ensure Full Fibre Deployment

Major changes proposed to boost investment for full fibre deployment for both residential and commercial properties in the United Kingdom

2 weeks ago

SpaceX Adds To Growing Satellite Broadband Constellation

Another 60 Starlink broadband satellites launched by SpaceX, as part of its planned 12,000 strong constellation

2 weeks ago

Russia ‘Successfully Tests’ Sovereign Internet – Report

Russian pursuit of “sovereign internet” sees the country test its Internet unplugged from rest of the world

4 weeks ago

Queen’s Speech Focuses On Gigabit Broadband, Skills, Internet Safety

Broadband pledge. The Queen's speech shows that for tech, the new government will accelerate gigabit broadband, focus on Internet safety,…

1 month ago

Google Offline After Multiple Fibre Cables Cut At Same Time

Simultaneous cutting of fibre optic cables disrupts Internet access across Eastern Europe, Iran and Turkey

1 month ago

Ofcom Mulls Ban On Selling ‘Locked’ Phones

Easier switching to other providers. UK regulator begins consultation on ban on smartphones locked to particular mobile networks

1 month ago

Boris Johnson Victory: What It Means For Tech Sector

What does the general election victory of Boris Johnson and the Conservatives mean for the technology sector? Silicon UK takes…

1 month ago

Unified Silicon Architecture Touted With Cisco Silicon One

First-ever single, unified silicon architecture launched with Cisco Silicon One, as foundation for all routers going forward

1 month ago