WPA2 was KRACKed last year
Former BT CTO Peter Cochrane warns that the lifting of net neutrality in the US will raise barriers and hinder innovation
Is the death of internet freedom upon us?
Enterprises should have a browser strategy insists Google's Oliver Madden
Think UK broadband is bad? It could be worse - you could live in Burkina Faso
SpaceX has unveiled plans to send thousands of internet satellites to space.
No ETA on roll-out, though
VW wants to use quantum computing in a number of 'future oriented' projects
BT has stalled on full fibre for so long that rivals are taking matters into their own hands
When it comes to email, staff just don't follow the rules
UK companies need to prepare for next industrial revolution of AI, 3D printing and robots, warns report
Act now or lose out to nimbler, more tech-savvy rivals, British industry warned
HPE Aruba joins initiative to get free Wi-Fi rolled out across Europe
Google campaign to force shift to HTTPS bearing fruit
Carrier Grade CGN mitigates IPv4's address exhaustion but makes criminals harder to track
Plans intended to 'Make Britain the safest place in the world to be online', according to culture secretary Karen Bradley
UC Point's employees will join the SoftwareONE UC&C organisation
Google Shopping to be made to stand on its own, suggests Google, in proposed solution to EU anti-trust case
Opera and Vivaldi browser pioneer Jon von Tetchzner accuses Google of suspending AdWords campaign after critical article
£3,000 vouchers for businesses to bring-in 1Gbps connections in pilot projects in six areas
Additions promise new asset management and data insight capabilities - plus a partnership with Mitsubishi.
The Great Firewall locks the country off from external influences, and now China is cracking down on internal dissidents
Adobe finally succumbs to pressure to kill-off much maligned Flash app
Cloud giant appears not to be dissuaded from further UK investment by Brexit