Surging mobile data traffic will continue to test 3G network capacity, according to a new report available for free download from the Juniper Research website.
High speed broadband will be available to every community in Britain by 2015 under plans announced by the government on Monday.
Amazon has invested $175m (£112m) in Living Social, a rival to popular deals site Groupon.
US political heavyweights have forced Amazon to remove controversial whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks from its server.
Yammer has received $25m in third-round funding, as the US-based business-based social network looks to expand to Europe and Australia.
The WikiLeaks website yesterday said that it was under a forceful internet-based attack with the site inaccessible to users in U.S. and Europe.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has this week announced a ‘brick-by-brick’ dismantling of the barriers holding back British growth, promising a so-called ‘patent box’, a new 10p rate of Corporation Tax to be levied on profits from new products developed and generated in Britain. GlaxoSmithKline followed the news by announcing a subsequent £500m investment in … [Read more…]
The International Herald Tribune (IHT) has released its first news applications for the iPad and the iPhone.
Almost a third of Britons expect to be financially worse off in 2011, according to a report launched today, with the travel sector expected to feel the impact as consumers reign in spending.
Two in five (42%) of British consumers would be disappointed with a sextoy as their gift, and 38% would not like a scented candle, according to a new survey.