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Telcos waive bills during Houston hurricane recovery

Carriers say they're holding up – more flooding is likely

Google routing blunder sent Japan's Internet dark on Friday

Another big BGP blunder

A LANnister always pays his subnets: Cisco hires Game of Thrones' Tyrion

Peter Dinklage takes Switchzilla's coin

Dell, BT alchemists turn bog-standard HW/SW to flexible, open networks

Analysis Playing the disaggregation game

British broadband is confusing and speeds are crap, says survey

See, it's not just Grant Shapps who gets it mixed up

D-Link in Pluribus-powered white box play to target enterprise sales

Netvisor gets a crack at the consumer and SME channel in new 54-port switch

Sysadmins told to update their software or risk killing the internet

The DNS signing keys are changing for the first time

Verizon kicks out hot new Unlimited* plans

*By 'unlimited' they mean 'significantly limited'

Virgin Media customers complain of outages across UK

Updated Not looking good for cheesed off customers

Who needs 5G? Qualcomm, Ericsson and Verizon hit 1Gbps with LTE gear

Trio squeezes a bit more life out of current-gen broadband standard

Why does the market care so much about Cisco's security biz?

Analysis In the land of decline, sustainable growth is king

Vodafone customers moan about sluggish data abroad

No, non, nein says Brit telco's marketing bods, 'we don't throttle'

UK industry mouthpiece wants 'near-universal' broadband speeds of 30Mbps by 2020

Says gov needs to 'collaborate' with industry. Now there's a surprise...

South London: Rats! The rodents have killed the internet

Murine mouths mangle broadband - outage hits Gnaw-wood...

Brit folk STILL not getting advertised broadband speeds – survey

The faster the claim, the bigger the disappointment

London 'not-spots' look out! Mayor wants team to tackle crap signal

Also appears to take credit for 4G-on-Tube plans

Brits look at Google and Facebook every 210 seconds, says survey

Go on, count them. Bet you can't resist now we've said that

Big Switch, HPE, in 'You complete me. No, you complete me' tryst

Dell's still got more network OS options, but as anyone who remembers NetWare vs. NT can tell you, a NOS war is fun

Mediocre Britain: UK broadband ranked 31st in world for speed

Behind Bulgaria and Romania. But spare a thought for Yemen

Big question of the day: Is it time to lock down .localhost?

IETF considering making a new .onion

Internet's backroom boffins' big brainwave: Put people first in future

IETF draft hopes to balance netizens' needs and corporate interests in future standards

Another slice of Brocade carved off: Mavenir buys packet core business

Only the smile remained

Post Office puts stamp on ISP minnow Fuel

Acquisition marks move away from snail mail to broadband

Welcome to the Rise of the Machine-to-Machine. Isn't it time to 'block off' some data ducts?

Sysadmin blog Isolation-based security is getting important

Dirty carbon nanotubes offer telcos chance at secure quantum comms

Room-temperature single-photon-emitter boosts conventional networks

Brace yourselves, Virgin Media prices are going up AGAIN, people

Even students set to feel the wallet burn from August

Australia's .au internet registry chair quits amid no-confidence vote

Analysis Peculiar goings-on at auDA – we look under the covers and follow the money

Sysadmin Day 2017: Still time to get the beers in

70% of IT workers risk burnout: Don't let that be you. Pub. Now!

After we ran our article about the fate of .sk, the nation of Slovakia flew into a rage. And now, here's part two...

Analysis Behind the scenes of a battle to control a ccTLD

Cisco bugs leave network automation vulnerable to attack

Packet snooping, certificate slip, and denial-of-service

Virgin Media's profanity warning triggered by chief exec's name

Cook, Pass, Mockridge

O2 admits to throttling network bandwidth for EU data roamers

'Temporary measure' to cope with demand, apparently

The drinks are on Juniper: Revenue and profits up in Q2 2017

It woz the switches and the cloud wot done it – sales of both soared

Firefox doesn't need to be No 1 – and that's OK, 'cos it's falling off a cliff

Open Source Insider Mozilla runs counter to Valley narrative

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

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