A third of low-income households have no home PC
The move is likely to delay the Digital Economy Act's site-blocking provisions
EU-wide plans to allow ISPs to block offensive websites face stiff criticism
BT CIO Clive Selley will give Computing readers his take on events at Davos
Business Secretary keeps telecoms and IT manufacturing but stripped of most other IT duties
European Commission highlights 16 per cent jump in broadband speeds, but Ofcom and government need to align efforts
It's a broadband beauty contest, says analyst.
The government has reneged on an election pledge relating to high-speed fibre-optic networks
Experts criticise the three-year delay
Problems include lack of funding and issues around the sharing of utilities
More delays to universal service commitment and next-generation fibre rollout
BIS event will seek to work out details of low-cost UK fibre deployment
Culture secretary sets out government's Digital Britain plan
Culture secretary receives remit in coalition government
Perhaps because of the Party's policies on broadband rollout and the Digital Economy Act
Are there better ways of rolling out optical fibre to rural communities than subsidising large service providers to do this?
Company's technology transmits at speeds of 300Mbit/s over 400 metres
Mobile data growth drives mobile broadband network investment
Virtual unbundled fibre links could provide cheaper access and quicker delivery
Manifesto mistakenly compares next-generation fibre speeds with Digital Britain's universal service commitment
But experts say Broadband Delivery UK may lack sufficient funds
BT's decision to give competitors access to its infrastructure brings the prospect of a UK-wide next-generation network a step closer. But as Dave Bailey reports, there is still some way to go
Shadow culture secretary attacks levy and argues for deregulation and stimulation of the private sector
Business secretary wants ideas on how to spend so-called "broadband tax"