This year is set to be big for 5G, after operators got services off the ground in 2019.
So how will it play out in 2020? And what else should the market be looking out for? We ask the experts.
Trials for new innovative technology to aid disabled pupils in the classroom will take place across the country in the first programme of its kind in the world.
The government has today (Jan 22) announced the largest influx of funding for the police system in a decade.
The UK government’s plans to make “radical” improvements on mobile phone coverage across the country, especially in rural areas, appear to have hit choppy waters with the mobile operator community apparently in disagreement over how much they should invest in the project.
More than a decade has passed since off-premise services first came to market, and the accompanying ecosystem has matured to a point where many enterprises are now adopting a cloud-first strategy.
Libert Global is progressing their plans to launch a new “full fibre” broadband network – Liberty Networks – that will be independent of their existing Virgin Media brand in the United Kingdom. The cable giant has just put in a related application for Code Powers with Ofcom, which usually happens before a roll-out begins.
A new study from Cable.co.uk has examined 3,095 fixed broadband ISP packages from 206 countries to create a global pricing comparison, which reveals that the UK ranks just 71st cheapest overall with an average monthly cost of $35.71 (£27.45) and we drop to 82nd when ranked by average cost per megabit of speed ($1.07).
A new research from Internet Association found that the internet economy in the UK contributed nearly 400,000 jobs and 80,000 businesses apart from £45bn in gross value added to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), as of 2016.
The UK Government Digital Service (GDS) claimed that the GOV.UK Notify, which was launched four years back, is currently being used by almost 500 organisations to support more than 1,500 public services.
A man in the US who co-founded a service to protect sites from cyber-attackers has pleaded guilty to launching distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.