Virgin Media have announced that they are to boost the top speed of their ‘XL’ cable broadband offering from 10Mbps to 20Mbps, starting in May. The upload speed will also be upped to 768Kbs, not exactly setting the uploading world alight, but better than a poke in the eye with a stick, non? While getting [...]
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There’s some mighty big numbers knocking around iSupply’s estimates of what the video content world will be worth.
Looks like Sky is continuing the pressure on Virgin Media, but pulling their basic channels.
Hoping to steal a march on the growing trend, NTL offer, broadband, TV, landline and mobile for £40/month.
Just when you thought it was settling down after the Virgin mobile/NTL deal, there’s rumours of Private Equity firms interested in snapping it up.
It’s not surprising that some think that the AOL/Time Warner deal wasn’t good. This is the first time that Steve Case has said he’s sorry about it.
Cisco drop a large wedge of cash to buy Cable TV/IPTV big boy Scientific Atlanta.
Sony’s convergence-tastic beast melds a high-end multimedia PC with a 200-disc media changer/recorder.
French boffins crank the Web up to 100 Mbps on standard copper lines.