The UK’s slowest street for broadband is 5,330 times slower than the country’s fastest street, according to new research for 2020.
Virgin Media is introducing its gigabit service to Wales for the first time, making hyper-fast broadband available to hundreds of thousands of homes in Cardiff and across South Wales.
An Aberdeenshire street has the fastest broadband in the country, according to a new report.
Scaled back plans for faster broadband speeds across the UK will come as “a blow to rural communities”, internet providers have said following Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Spending Review.
A Bill that would give the Government greater powers to shut out high-risk vendors from the UK’s telecoms infrastructure will be laid before Parliament on Tuesday.
Santa and Rudolph are adapting to the coronavirus pandemic by going online this Christmas to speak with children on the good list via video call.
Internet service providers experienced one of their busiest days ever on Tuesday as gamers began using the new Xbox Series X console.
London and Northern Ireland have become the latest areas to receive Virgin Media’s gigabit service, making hyper-fast broadband available to almost three million homes.
Doubts over the Government’s ambitious pledge on gigabit-capable broadband deepened on Tuesday after the minister responsible for its roll-out failed to say how confident he felt about making the 2025 target.
Ofcom has launched an investigation into BT’s compliance with its obligations as a broadband universal service provider.
A north-east MSP has criticised the Scottish Government for drawing a "veil of secrecy" following delays to a multi-million broadband scheme.
A merger between Virgin Media and O2 will create more than 4,000 jobs in the UK if the deal is approved, according to the parent companies of both firms.
An old television being switched on each morning caused an entire village to be left with poor broadband for 18 months.
A north-east MSP has welcomed a significant increase in the number of households with access to superfast broadband.
Rural areas of England suffering with some of the slowest internet speeds in the country have been given new hope of receiving ultrafast broadband with a £22.2 million funding boost for connections.
UK households are giving up on TV and broadband bundles because subscribing to a streaming service is better value for money, according to new research.
Details of a voucher scheme to help ensure everyone in Scotland has access to superfast broadband by the end of next year has been announced.
More than 22,000 homes and businesses across Aberdeenshire still can't get access to superfast broadband, a new report has revealed.
Sky engineers are working to restore homes in the north-east after a fault hit their network today.
Researchers in Australia claim they may have successfully tested the fastest internet data speed ever, capable of downloading 1,000 HD movies in less than a second.
Openreach is phasing in a return to working inside people’s homes for its engineers from Monday.
A north-east MSP is calling on the Scottish Government to “fast-track” the roll out of its high speed broadband.
Directors including Andrew Haigh, Celine Sciamma and Joanna Hogg will take part in live Q&As as people are encouraged to watch their films at home at the same time during the coronavirus crisis.
People should avoid using their microwave at the same time as their wifi in order to get better internet speeds, media regulator Ofcom has said.
Despite assurances from internet providers that the UK’s broadband network is able to withstand the added strain, technical issues can still occur like any normal day.
Disney’s new streaming service will launch in the UK with the first two episodes of Star Wars series The Mandalorian.
Developers could be forced to make sure new-build homes are fit to carry gigabit-speed broadband.
The telecoms industry has welcomed Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s announcement of a £5 billion investment to introduce gigabit-capable broadband across the whole of the UK.
The UK’s internet service providers have said they are “ready” to handle any extra broadband demand if more people work from home as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
More than four million UK households have slower broadband than the London Underground, according to new research.