Bury, Barking and Bexley all on the list along with Greater Glasgow
Rohit Gupta, vice president and head of manufacturing, logistics, energy & utilities, Europe at Cognizant, discusses how roads will become safer with the advent of 5G
The ECJ has been told that the ruling can only be enforced in EU member states
Introducing VideoProc, a new video processing toolkit
To safeguard the Web real control needs to be put into the hands of users
Nanophotonic technology uses 'twisted light beams' to carry more data and process it faster
The 'evidence' that Google is suppressing news comes from analysis by a single reporter
The Decentralized Web Summit is over - what's next?
143,000 apps suspended in Q2; developers must now register to use APIs
Commission calls for government to rustle up a fibre-broadband plan by spring next year
EU proposals might ban memes and link previews
Ofcom reports 'broadly satisfactory' progress over initiative to make Openreach operational independent from BT Group
BT CEO Patterson to remain in charge until successor is appointed
ITU's IPv6 plans criticised as 'fundamentally flawed'
.App TLDs available until 7 May via a Google Early Access Program
The GDPR appears to have been written by people wearing stove pipe hats wielding quill pens, suggests ex-BT CTO Peter Cochrane
Google wants to rule the skies with superfast broadband
Gmail users to get access to a "major" update within weeks
The social network billionaire's fortune grew by around $3bn over his performance in front of senators
Has social media killed reasoned debate? And, if so, how do we re-inject civility back into public discourse, asks Peter Cochrane
Comcast bid £3.6bn higher than Rupert Murdoch's £18.5bn 21st Century Fox bid
"Most people use the internet to broaden their media horizons," claims Dr Grant Blank - not lock themselves up in 'echo chambers'
Here's the reality behind the 5G hype
Peter Cochrane castigates the "dominance of ignorance" over fibre and 5G in the UK