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UK ministers' Broadband '2.0' report confuses superfast with 10Mbps

Availability is not take-up. Must do better. See us after class

Bluetooth makes a mesh of itself with new spec

Up to 32,000 nodes without routers in the middle and battery life measured in years

UK mobile number porting creaks: Arcane system shows its age

Comment Any, sorry, many ports in a storm...

Deutsche Telekom G.fast demo pushes G.Fast faster, further

Interview: Sckipio explains what carriers will like about cDTA

TalkTalk posts 3% sales drop, says Openreach should walk the WalkWalk

Will 'engage practically' with former BT arm

Testing, testing, 1, 2, 3, 4G: Tube comms trials for emergency crews

But bosses can't promise it will be fully complete on time

5G is not just a radio: Welcome to the fibre-tastic new mobile world

Analysis To succeed, operators need fibre, NFV, legacy kit and radio

Thanks for U-turning on biz-killing ban, Ofcom – now cough up, say GSM gateway bods

Brit regulator urged to fork out tens of millions in compo

Openreach asks UK what it thinks about 10 million 'full fibre' connections

Friendly near-monopoly wants to work with industry, honest

Multi-gig broadband spec passes interop test at Verizon

Five vendors help virtualize access network functions

Cisco gobbles up security cloud upstart Observable Networks

Switchzilla needs its five startups a day

Ofcom creates watchdog specifically to make sure Openreach is behaving

'We're watching you,' warns regulator

Juniper admins: Grab your bug-zappers and load 22 rounds

Patch flood includes fix for hard-coded creds and access-all-areas XSS firewall flaw

Openreach kicks off 'rebrand' by painting over BT logo on vans

Full transition to take four years

European Telecoms Standards Institute emits mobile edge APIs

Mobile base stations have compute. These APIs will let you tap it

Crashed RadioShack flogs off its IPv4 stash

Old-skool addresses worth about $400,000 at auction

Virgin Media biz service goes TITSUP* across London

Borough councils hit due to a 'fibre break'

Brit unis bunged £16m in gov cash for 5G test

Part of £700m investment pot that will also go on 'full fibre'

Virgin Media admits it 'fell short' in broadband speeds ahead of lashing from BBC's Watchdog

And staff on chopping block unhappy with internal comms

UK.gov tips £400m into digital investment pot

'Now you can watch Game of Thrones in peace'

Virgin Media to close flagship Oxford St store in August

Exclusive One of 30 Brit branches to be shut due to 'shift to online'

Virgin Media cuts 250 jobs amid £3bn Project Lightning cockup fallout

None of today's P45 recipients will be directors, say sources

London suffers from 'sub-standard' connectivity - report

Worse than York, which is 'frankly embarrassing'

Facebook's whitebox-all-the-network-things TIP project flexes tentacles

Comment Plus BT evaluates startups. Good luck, network kit giants

FCC: LEO ISPs A-OK

OneWeb gets green light to pipe internet through 720 orbiting satellites

Let's go live to the 3rd circle of Hell – and see what Comcast and Charter are screwing up

Allegations of digging up rivals' cables, breaking promises

Research suggests UK consumers find 'fibre' advertising misleading

Alt-net providers call for ads to be reviewed

Yes, this is our third Cisco story of the day. It's about 23 bugs you need to fix, stat

Troll your WebEx-loving execs with a crafted recording file

Cisco's 'encrypted traffic fingerprinting' turned into a product

Borg's boxen can now figure out if there's malware lurking in encrypted traffic

Arista-cats nearly out of the bag as redesigned products okayed

International Trade Commission says its kit should be fine to import again

TalkTalk customers complain of being unable to load Amazon website

Issue ongoing since last week

Costa Rica complains of US govt harassment over Pirate Bay domain

Registry operator points finger at US embassy staffer

Cisco hops on machine learning bandwagon with new switches

Switchzilla wants to make 'intuitive' switches that charge you by the month

Microsoft says Skype outages are over – a few hours too early

Global Skype outages spill over onto a second day

Juniper puts an Enforcer on the door and adds Cisco to the guest list

The gin palace's security management code has gone cross-platform

Israel gets spooky with national quantum lab

Plan is to spin up single photons as a comms medium

Internet boffins take aim at BGP route leaks

Routers should know their place

Ofcom fines Three £1.9m over vulnerability in emergency call handling

999 requests funnelled through single data centre

Openreach to comms providers: Why can't we be friends?

Reformed monopoly wants to 'get much closer' to partners

Now you can 'roam like at home' within the EU, but what's the catch?

And what about Brexit, huh?

Operators and vendors agree that Europe is falling behind in 5G

Comment Mobile natives are getting restless

Small carriers aren't showing up to IPv6 standards chats, consultant warns

And that means useful stuff could be left out of customer premises equipment

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