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EE’s dominance in mobile network quality no longer a given

EE has retained its overall lead as the top-performing mobile network in the country, but is facing increasingly stiff competition from O2, Three and Vodafone more ...

Sky to create 300 tech jobs to bolster capabilities of streaming services

Broadcasting giant outlines plans to ramp up its software engineering capabilities in the face of growing competition more ...

Tribunal strikes down Ofcom rulings on business broadband

The telecoms regulator will have to go back to the drawing board as it seeks to establish regulation for the business broadband market, following a successful appeal by Openreach more ...

Facebook share price hits record high

Social networking giant reports revenue up 45% and profits up 71% in second quarter compared with Q2 2016, as share price hits $173 more ...

Outcome of judicial review into Apple's Irish datacentre dispute delayed until 12 October

Apple faces a further three-month delay to see if it will be given the go-ahead to proceed with its much-delayed bid to build an €850m datacentre in Athenry, County Galway more ...

Events business uses fixed-wireless to serve demanding clients

Etherlive, a provider of networking and IT services to organisers of major outdoor events, is using Luminet’s Fibre-Air fixed-wireless access product to better address its clients’ needs more ...

Getting stuck on OpenStack: Overcoming the open source cloud platform's upgrade barriers

Some members of the OpenStack community are finding it a struggle to upgrade to newer versions of the open source cloud operating system. Could customisation be to blame?  more ...

National Army Museum uses Tide for future personalisation plans

Following renovations to its physical space, the National Army Museum used Talisman’s Tide platform to integrate its current systems and allow for personalisation in the future  more ...

North Korean web users enjoy Amazon, Facebook and YouTube, report claims

Threat intelligence specialist Recorded Future claims that the North Korean elite are as plugged in to the worldwide web as any western citizen more ...

BP broadens public cloud strategy by adopting Microsoft Azure for data analytics

Oil and gas giant reveals details of plans to move its proprietary data lake to Microsoft Azure for data processing purposes  more ...

Nordea deploys AI to speed up customer service

Nordea is reaping the rewards of its fintech investments through its latest project to use artificial intelligence to support customers more ...

Tesco expands reach for same-day grocery delivery

Supermarket retailer Tesco announces it will be extending its offering of same-day delivery for groceries to across the UK more ...

What are Amazon Web Services’ Nordic plans?

Amazon Web Services' head in the Nordic tells Computer Weekly about the region's increasing demand and use of the cloud more ...

IR35 reforms: IT contractor fleshes out details of potential HMRC legal challenge

Following the early-stage success of efforts to crowd-fund a legal challenge against the IR35 reforms, one of the IT contractors behind the campaign outlines details of what could happen next more ...

Scottish community broadband network gets funding to expand

The Locheilnet community wireless broadband scheme has been awarded funding to upgrade its core infrastructure and target new customers more ...

Bank to help youngsters manage money through video blogs

Halifax is working with young vloggers to educate children on money management more ...

Government confirms tech experts advising on digital economy

Experts from across UK technology sector will help government implement digital economy policies more ...

Digital takes aim at the professions – disrupting doctors, lawyers, academics and accountants

Traditional professions will be the next to see significant change – and competition – as digital technology introduces new ways of working more ...

Upset in Athenry: Examining the impact of Apple's delayed Irish datacentre build

Apple is set to hear at the end of this month whether its much-delayed Irish datacentre build can go ahead. Computer Weekly examines the ins and outs of this complex case more ...

Bristol Council opens its fibre network to commercial operators

Small business owners in Bristol will now be able to take advantage of ultrafast broadband connectivity using the local council’s fibre backhaul network more ...

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