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Labour's Jeremy Corbyn wants high speed broadband for all. Wow, original idea there

And could he be hinting at a new national ID card scheme?

NZ-funded Hawaiki cable signs DRFortress for landing station

Next stop, Hawaii

Shock: AT&T totally not OK with FCC saying it ripped off US schools

They didn't get E-rate price because they didn't want an E‑rate plan, apparently

Ireland looks like it's outpacing Britain in the superfast broadband rollout stakes

Comment A national fibre plan, what's that?

Google breaks heart, White Knight falls off horse

Analysis Now. About that Venezuelan option...

EE looks at its call charges, hikes a bunch, walks off giggling

Want to make a call abroad? Use someone else

Sprint learns that a 'rebate' includes paying people money

Telco settles allegations it pocketed cash promised to customers

MIT brainiacs triple the speed, double the range of Wi-Fi

Video MegaMIMO gives data a smooth ride

Biz phones 'n' broadband bods Gamma suffer a network TITSUP

Channel partners and customers left in dark since 8am service blackout

Just a little FYI: Small town ISPs want out of FCC privacy rules

C'mon Marlene, we don't need opt-in consent, we're locals!

Unlimited mobile data in America – where's the catch? There's always a catch

Analysis All you can eat is never quite all you can eat

Breaker, breaker: LTE is coming to America's CB radio frequencies

Big names launch CBRS Alliance. Think of it as truckers-versus-tech

LTE-U’s window is closing and bigger 5G disputes may be coming

Verizon and Qualcomm slam Wi-Fi Alliance’s proposed test framework

BT and Nokia slink off together, muttering about 5G tech

Operators join hands for laboratory love-in

BT best provider for 10Mbps USO, says former digi minister Ed Vaizey

Any regrets on the pro-BT stance? Nah

Australia's Telstra and Optus outed as two of the world's six most expensive ISPs

Cloudflare says they just won't peer so it has to pay 17 times European data prices in Oz

Verizon fingered in Android bloatware-for-cash cram scandal

Report says carrier offered to pre-install apps for moolah

FCC airwaves auction opens bidding

Telcos to begin bidding on space to expand networks

Colour us shocked: ISPs not that keen to sign up for Universal Service Obligation

'Either the government pays for it, or consumers do'

Vodafone: Dear customers. We're sorry we killed your Demon

It's part of our £2bn customer service systems overhaul

NBN delivers boring, solid result for 2015/2016

Where's the money coming from after the gummint's last billions? Don't know yet

Google+ subtracts live videoconf service 'Hangouts On Air'

Another triumph for Google's social network as identical YouTube service takes over

EFF vows to take up muni broadband cause after FCC denied

Digital crusaders warm up efforts to build city-owned networks

Labor's new comms spokesperson Michelle Rowland gets off to a bad start

Netflix speeds are not a good indicator of the NBN's progress

IBM makes meek apology for Oz #CensusFail, offers no fail detail

Australian PM and sources say Big Blue skipped on DoS protection

Cisco gives cable industry tech for 10Gbps uploads on DOCSIS 3.1

Full Duplex project gets reference silicon for free to make broadband symmetrical

Judges put FCC back in its box: No, you can't override state laws, not even for city broadband

Funnily enough, US regulator can't just do whatever it wants

UK local govt body blasts misleading broadband speed ads

Won't someone please think of the farmers

ISP roundup: Google mulls fiber-less Fiber, America goes Wow, Comcast still terrible

Wire cuts, ad complaints, and big promises around the States

Vodafone bins line rental charges as it moves onto TalkTalk's turf

The ASA will soon require operators to advertise services in one monthly fee

AT4 labs to put LTE-U to the test in Wi-Fi Alliance tie-up

Pushing ahead with 'coexistence' plan, while industry squabbles

AT&T dinged for $7.75m after letting scammers gouge customers (again)

DEA agents stumble onto billing scheme during bust

Ofcom cans Virgin Media's Premier League live footy match probe

Punters are now getting more matches so we've got better things to do, says regulator

Again with the cheap internet access in India, Facebook?

This time with Wi-Fi, a state-owned telco on board and maybe the return of Free Basics

Virgin signs up record ultrafast broadband subs

Revenue up in Blighty, but still playing catch up with BT on triple play

'ICANN's general counsel should lose his job over this'

Interview Dot Registry CEO reacts to extraordinary judgment against DNS overseer

UK telco market worth £37.5bn, Ofcom reports

Breaking Bad was the most-streamed series of 2015

First Wi-Fi box ever is chosen as Australia's best contribution to global history

History of the World in 100 Objects show gains 101st artefact

Simply not credible: The extraordinary verdict against the body that hopes to run the internet

Independent review tears into ICANN board and staff

Telstra CIO Erez Yarkoni quits to return home to family

Is this the moment Stephen Elop makes his move?

Mobile banking for the poor has flopped in India

Nightmare UI and high prices blamed for low take-up of service hoped to replicate success of M-Pesa

Akamai, Limelight bury hatchet (not in each other) to end patent spat

Networking foes settle war over 'induced infringement' with $54m deal