Court finds name 'confusingly similar' to billing service 'YourView'
Rollout of UK fibre broadband network running 18 months ahead of schedule, claims BT
£530m of state funding to be approved following delay caused by investigation
4G date to be revealed imminently
80 per cent superfast mark-up allegations come from 'detractors' says spokesperson
Rural areas at risk of being left off super-fast broadband network, says CLA
Combined £114m provided in attempt to boost economy with faster internet
UK to get 98 per cent coverage by 2014, with 12 major cities hooked up by Christmas
Local councils stripped of ability to block installation of cabinets
Maria Miller slips into Hunt's shoes at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport
The government insists that the UK will lead Europe when it comes to fast broadband. But where are we placed in relation to the rest of world?
But state cannot be expected to fund and build a nationwide FTTH network, says culture secretary
Cochrane fires back at government over broadband plans
Government has 'no vision, mission or plans', says Cochrane
4G will be available in the UK at end of 2013, promises Ofcom
96 per cent of country to have connections up to 80Mbps by 2015
European Commission vice president promises more help for small and start-up service providers
Parts of Watford, Cardiff and Manchester to gain access to 330Mbit/s broadband
The gloves are off in the battle for network supremacy
BT says council will be left with 'historic broadband speeds'
The government must push for more fibre to the home if it is to stand any chance of having the fastest broadband in Europe by 2015