30 cables cut and countless masts out of action
Amazingly slow Shropshire attack causes sluggish services
Nobody's really impressed, but take a look at the long term
Analysis Accusations fly of vendors hijacking standards for their own purposes
Praises May for indicating date on Article 50 trigger
BT already has a subsidy for telephony, says representative body for councils
Industry verticals, busy trying to make money, aren't paying attention to the telco biz's future
Telco coughs up cash to make throttling complaints go away
A tale of the spy ship Yantar, tinfoil hats and that pesky bugger we call reality
How interesting that you'd say that, Gavin
UK.gov 'working with fibre providers to find a solution'
Copper-extender can hit ~500Mbps, CTO says users will settle for 100Mbps
Let battle be joined with Telstra and Optus. And let's see how weak-in-mobile TPG responds
Placating fibre fetishists has nbn™ in a twist and distracts us from bigger issues
Telco plans to board up seven US facilities
It's a network-biz-eat-network-biz world. Burrrp
Ready to hear our bright cycle safety idea?
120 Tbps non-stop Pacific link plans to see first light in 2018
Stick this on your pole, instead of fibre
Might help cover the cost of scrapping the Note 7
It looks like lock-in, swims like lock-in and quacks like lock-in … this could be lock-in!
Congresscritters want to know if cellphone snooping kit illegally jams connections
But what about the delayed auction for more 4G capacity?
Video European Space agency's re-usable rocket plan takes a small step forward
US cities see major crash in data speeds. But that's not the whole story...
Filing tells NSA exactly where to send cable-sniffing divers
Finally, something that crosses the political divide
'Yes, but what does that actually mean?' ask alt-nets
Crap for average download speeds, though
Updated Network dropped calls because it was told to
Analysis LTE it be, prays vendor
If at first you don't succeed … you know the rest
Network provider stumbles, drops voice traffic
BT's EE and Vodafone 'unfairly' dominate. Put it right, will you?
Complies with regulator ahead of time. Fancy that
Mad dash on eve of critical IANA transition
BT alone expects its rates to more than quadruple
Providing ISPs have signed 'up to' the voluntary code, that is
Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, Nevada sue Uncle Sam
Prison looms for telco insider who flogged subscriber records to dodgy investigator
Malcolm Turnbull, you will never be a network engineer
But Optus still gets its $800m payday, even though its network was too expensive to upgrade