WPA2 was KRACKed last year
Is the death of internet freedom upon us?
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.
BT has stalled on full fibre for so long that rivals are taking matters into their own hands
Dedicated Interconnect is designed for data-heavy users
Adobe finally succumbs to pressure to kill-off much maligned Flash app
New internet DRM standard approved by W3C in 'compromise' that critics say favours content providers
HTML5 and 'encrypted media extensions' will at least mean that Flash and Silverlight can be put up against a wall and shot
Mirai has encouraged a plethora of imitators, warns Akamai
Unreliable and patchy networks to blame for putting the UK behind Estonia and Peru in 4G
Virgin Media claims SME broadband will offer four times the bandwidth of BT
Someone was paid good money to come up with possibly the worst rebrand in history
Amber Rudd accused of adopting Sir Humphrey Appleby-style obfuscation in Snoopers' Charter codes consultation
Government trying to intimidate people into silence by adopting bureaucratic legalese in Investigatory Powers Act codes of conduct consultation
Add Netgear routers to CCTV DVRs and routers from TalkTalk, Kcom, Home Telecom and Post Office Telecom on the Mirai risk list
Even worse: many don't even encrypt traffic, as advertised
Court split keeps Microsoft's foreign cloud data out of US government hands - for the time being
The same government that brought you the Snoopers' Charter now wants to control the press - all of it
If you don't support the IP Act, why support what amounts to press censorship from the same people?
Users may be tricked into considering themselves the "source"
Peter Cochrane, ex-CTO of BT, thinks the government is barking up the wrong tree with 5G
China's largest online travel company scoops up Skyscanner
With Facebook on the block for spreading misinformation, how long until the internet can weed out lies itself? Peter Cochrane theorises
But is 10Mbps even enough? Industry not so sure
Purchase of Redcentric adds another 137km to firm's fibre network
EU plans to impose telecoms rules on web communication services