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MIT brainiacs triple the speed, double the range of Wi-Fi
MegaMIMO gives data a smooth ride Video Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) think they have perfected a system that dramatically
Google breaks heart, White Knight falls off horse
Now. About that Venezuelan option... Analysis Google Fiber was supposed to be the White Knight of US broadband, riding to its rescue. But this horse
Shock: AT&T totally not OK with FCC saying it ripped off US schools
They didn't get E-rate price because they didn't want an E‑rate plan, apparently AT&T has issued a rebuttal to the FCC's July complaint that it
NZ-funded Hawaiki cable signs DRFortress for landing station
Next stop, Hawaii Australia and New Zealand got a small step closer to a third Pacific crossing, with submarine cable upstart Hawaiki signing DRFortress in
Labour's Jeremy Corbyn wants high speed broadband for all. Wow, original idea there
And could he be hinting at a new national ID card scheme? UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said the party will not win elections
Net neutrality activists claim victory in Europe
BEREC final guidelines land on the side of civil society Net neutrality activists are claiming victory following the publication of final guidelines by European regulators.…
US appeals court slaps down FTC, AT&T walks free, cats and dog living together, mass hysteria
We're now reliant on the FCC, God help us The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has thrown the issue of who can
Hey, uh ICANN. US govt here. You know we said we'd give you the keys to the 'net? Yeaahhh...
Yeeahhh, I'm thinking we might be changing our minds The US government has admitted its plan to move control of the internet's naming and numbering
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Ministers want low-skilled migrants after Brexit
Theresa May is under pressure from ministers to let in tens of thousands of unskilled migrants every year - even after Britain leaves the EU.