News Broadband

BBC Trust Gives Project Canvas The Nod

The BBC Trust has given its approval for the BBC’s involvement in Project Canvas, a video-on-demand service in conjunction with six other broadcasters

Government Signals Fibre Broadband Intent

The government has labelled Labour’s commitment to universal 2Mbps broadband as “pitifully unambitious” and outlined steps to drive nationwide fibre rollout

BT Told To Share Fibre Network

BT is to regain some control over its fibre network under new regulations, but the EC has called upon it to share its network with rival ISPs

Ed Vaizey Made Digital Minister

The Government has been criticised for appointing Ed Vaizey Minister for Digital Britain – but not in the Department for Business

Time To Cast A Tech Vote?

Whether your vote is swayed by technology or not, it’s important to get out and use it, says Peter Judge

Orange Hands LLU Network Back To BT

Unbundling didn’t work for Orange: the operator is handing its fixed-line network back to BT after struggling for broadband market share