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Fiber Optic Install Leading economist claims fibre-to-the-premises broadband connections are inefficient


Leading economist and professor at the London School of economics, Gabriel Ahlfeldt has criticised the current trend for broadband providers to offer speeds of up to 1,000Mbps to those living in rural areas. Ahlfeldt claims… Read more

People Social Networking and Computer Network Concepts Is the Internet the equivalent of living in one big village?


The Internet has undoubtedly changed the way we live our lives. We no longer pop into an estate agent to speak to someone about properties for sale; we simply look on Rightmove and can access and look inside properties in the four corners of the… Read more

Social media trends Number of middle-aged social media users continues to increase


While more and more youngsters are deserting some of the more established social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter for the latest craze, the most recent figures to be released show that it’s now middle-aged users who are taking… Read more

Anti music piracy UK launches anti-piracy campaign to put an end to illegal downloads


In a bid to crack down on the number of people illegally downloading music and films in the UK, a multi-million-pound campaign will shortly be launched to single out serial offender. Whilst this in itself is nothing new… Read more

DCMS logo Latest news on the BDUK super fast broadband roll out


It a while since we brought you up to date with the latest news on the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and their much vaunted “Broadband Service Commitment”. You may remember the original DCMS commitment of… Read more


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