BT returns to the mobile market 15 years after flogging off BT Cellnet to reduce debt
CTO Matthew Postgate says deal will help BBC to save 'tens of millions of pounds'
BT and TalkTalk customers could exit their contract if speeds fall below the minimum guaranteed level
MPs say radical action must be taken by regulator
TalkTalk slams CMA decision, stating that it was 'dangerous' that the deal had been looked at in isolation
CMA hasn't fully taken into account market consolidation with the Three-O2 deal looming, argues ITSPA
CMA claims BT takeover of EE won't cause 'significant harm' to competition or consumer interests
Selley has been at BT since 1981 and will take over from Joe Garner, who is leaving to become CEO of Nationwide Building Society
Ed Vaizey tells me superfast broadband is 'on time and under budget'. I - and many UK citizens - beg to differ
Lies, damned lies, statistics etc.
Cornwall County Council wins right to terminate BT contract - and is now seeking 'millions' in compensation
Cornwall County Council's bid to end outsourcing contract over BT failings ruled legal by High Court
BT's failings laid bare by flagship customer Hillarys defecting over quote 'twice the price' of Virgin and poor service
Who took home the gongs at the industry's biggest night of the year?
Government claims that SMBs have reported, on average, a £1,300 annual increase in profits thanks to better broadband
GCHQ, BT, HP and others pledge £6.5m in research to improve cyber security
Four legs good, two legs better: Why no amount of Cameron policy will attain full UK fast broadband coverage by 2020
Does making fast broadband a 'legal right' make us any closer to getting it? History would suggest not
Williams Martini Racing IT director Graeme Hackland: 'If we're not at the forefront of technology, we won't win'
Hackland tells Danny Palmer how data analytics and a partnership with BT have helped transform the F1 team and how machine learning, IoT and cloud bring further benefits
'My aspiration is for Staffordshire to be the most technologically advanced police service by 2016,' says Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis
ISPs allowed to discriminate in favour of 'specialised services' under new EU law
Why RSA Insurance picked BT Global Services over Atos Origin to host Microsoft collaboration products in the cloud
BT Global Services offered a better migration experience than its competitors, says RSA group IT delivery director James Sandell
Contract dispute with Capgemini led to further delays in a project which has been riddled with problems
Lack of investment in fibre broadband down to Ofcom's mandate to get 'cheap services', says Gigaclear CEO
Communications Act 2003 didn't put enough emphasis on investing money into commercial FTTH, says Matthew Hare
...though Toshiba later concedes technology cannot thwart all types of attack
No, it's not paranoia. GCHQ really is spying on you - and everyone else
BT Openreach is accused of meddling with figures to avoid fines, and making up excuses when it fails to connect lines on time