LOOKING to buy the new Samsung Galaxy S9? The good news is that it's finally available to buy. We've got all the details, including release date, price, offers and where to find the best Galaxy S9 deals. Samsung Galaxy S9 release date and price The Samsung Galaxy S9 was available to pre-order starting from Sunday, February 25, at 6pm UK time. But it officially went on sale in … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S9 deals – the best deals, offers, prices and where to buy
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AOL is planning to launch a self-installation broadband product this summer. The ISP has told ZDNet UK that it is close to resolving the issues that have preventing it joining rivals such as BTopenworld and Freeserve in offering a high-speed Internet access product to UK consumers. "We've been making lots of progress in our work with BT to resolve our concerns over the … [Read more...] about AOL broadband to hit UK soon
Cable company NTL has released more details about new limits on the use of its broadband service, following a storm of protest from its customers. In a statement published on Monday, NTL apologised for the way that details of its "new guidelines on Internet use" were released, and attempted to calm the fears of users. It confirmed, though, that it will be targeting users who … [Read more...] about NTL moves to calm broadband limit fury
BT is to hook up Surrey businesses and communities with high-speed broadband access, in a £33m deal with Surrey County Council. According to BT and the council, the project will make Surrey the "best-connected county in the UK", with almost all businesses and homes given access to up-to-80Mbps connectivity by the end of 2014. £20m of the cash will come from the … [Read more...] about Surrey signs with BT to become ‘best-connected’ UK county
Most broadband in the UK starts with a telephone cable, a twisted pair; two cables (copper encased in plastic) that are twisted into a pair of cables with one carrying a signal one way and the other carrying a signal the other way. Now here’s the trick - the copper can carry more than one signal. If you modulate a signal you can vary it so that one cable can carry more … [Read more...] about Broadband Britain: How does it really stack up?
Last February BT announced plans to buy its competitor EE for £12.5bn: last week the takeover was cleared by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). The CMA said the merger would not result in a substantial lessening of competition in any market in the UK, including retail mobile, wholesale mobile, mobile backhaul, wholesale broadband, and retail broadband … [Read more...] about BT-EE deal gets go ahead
BT's latest quarterly financial results were overshadowed by what's known as "the Italian accounting scandal," which made headlines across both general news and tech outlets. There was very little coverage of the important stuff, which is BT's ongoing mission to install fast broadband throughout the UK. To settle "the Italian accounting scandal," BT paid £225 million … [Read more...] about BT warns Ofcom against disincentivising its investments in ultrafast broadband
November 26’s Cyber Monday may be but a distant memory for shoppers in the US, but in the UK this Monday online retailers are expecting their best ever day of trading as shoppers use their final pre-Christmas paycheck to go on a spending spree from the comfort of their couch.Despite the UK being hit hard by the global economic crisis, Brits are expected to shop with gusto … [Read more...] about UK’s Cyber Monday expected to break all records
I've been keeping an eye on various mobile broadband offerings and noticed they are much more readily available these days. What's more, it seems they are affordable and very usable when compared to the previous generation of mobile data services. The majority of mobile phone networks in the UK now offer HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access), which is a 3G-based mobile … [Read more...] about Affordable mobile broadband?
UK telecommunications provider BT (British Telecom) has offered to invest 600 million pounds, or $778 million, to provide broadband internet to remote areas, Britain's government announced on Sunday.BT's goal is to provide all houses in Britain with internet speeds of at least 10Mbps, "typically enough for a family to stream films, carry out video conferencing and browse the … [Read more...] about British Telecom’s $778M broadband investment could improve remote work for rural UK workers