BT has kept its iron grip on government-funded regional fibre broadband deals with the announcement of two further projects in the south-west. BT has so far won all the contracts signed around the country.
Stories by Antony Savvas
Free unlimited WiFi for everyone has now ended on the London Underground after the network was first rolled out on the Tube for the London 2012 Olympics.
Yorkshire and Humberside local authorities and other public bodies are being encouraged to link up to a Public Services Network (PSN).
The River Thames is being covered by a new WiFi network.
China's Huawei is forecasting a 33 percent jump in profits for last year, helped by strong performances in Europe and Japan.
Software developed by the FBI and Ernst & Young has revealed the most common words used in email conversations among employees engaged in corporate fraud.
Despite the hype around mobile business, UK firms are failing to generate significant sales, through poorly designed mobile websites and barely any support for mobile wallets, according to two separate in-depth studies.
Africa has now got another major internet connection to Europe through a $700 million (£430 million) France Telecom Orange-led consortium.
Ofcom has revealed the most complained about broadband, mobile, landline and pay TV providers.
Essex County Council says it is set to deliver enhanced ICT services to around 200,000 users through an £81 million next generation network (NGN) contract, whilst also reducing expenditure.
Herefordshire and Gloucestershire councils have signed the UK’s first joint county council deal to bring faster broadband to rural areas.
Four local councils have been fined a total of over £300,000 for serious data breaches by the Information Commissioner, who has criticised local government’s attitude towards protecting personal data.
It has been confirmed that the government has rejected plans to automatically block internet access to pornography on all computers to prevent children from watching it. The government says the move is not widely supported.
The body set up to encourage companies to move towards IPv6 network adoption has been shut down in protest at UK government "indifference" to its work.
The new government jobs website has been described as a "scammer's paradise" after Channel 4 News revealed major security flaws.