62% of Brits Might Not Buy a House Without Strong Broadband

62% of Brits Might Not Buy a House Without Strong Broadband

A new survey of from low cost ISP TalkTalk has claimed that nearly two thirds (62%) of British people admit they would consider NOT buying a house if it didn’t have a “strong, reliable internet connection,” although they neglect to define what “strong” means (we suspect it’s likely to vary from person to person)

Huawei ban will barely impact UK public sector tech unless China pushes back

Huawei ban will barely impact UK public sector tech unless China pushes back

Undoubtedly the biggest technology-related news to emerge from the public sector this week was the Government’s decision to ban the use of Huawei’s network equipment in the UK’s 5G network, with final removal of the Chinese supplier’s kit to be completed by the end of 2027.
The move by Prime Minister Johnson may be intended to placate US president Donald Trump (who has already banned the use of Huawei technology in the USA’s 5G networks), may be necessary to maintain the Five Eyes security alliance or may simply be evidence of weak leadership on Johnson’s part (or any number of other possible reasons, come to that)

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