A new app to be released by Vodafone could be the ultimate tool for parents to control the internet usage of their kids by granting them the ability to change the internet speed.
A difficult decision has been made to turn off our existing Digital Teesdale WiMax service that provides internet connection for homes and businesses in rural areas. For many customers, there are no other alternatives available, therefore Comtek are happy to announce a new available alternative which will be far more […]
BT have successfully tested a new method of bringing us internet by adding copper to the existing network, reaching alleged speeds of 800Mbps of download and 200Mbps of upload. It is believed that this could be used as an alternative to provide fibre speeds without needing to rewire homes.
Measuring in at 24 inches with a display resolution of 1680 by 1050 pixels, the Acer DA1 Touch All-In-One PC provides each user with multi-mode usage options, switching between a touchscreen tablet and an AIO desktop PC to satisfy all your needs, whether it be touchscreen gaming, watching movies or […]
There has always been concerns placed upon the impact of children and teens regarding exposure to technological devices and online website content, however parents seem to always be stuck with the dilemma of saying no and having great tears, or allowing them to do as they please with the risk […]
An apology has been sent out to BT users after problems developed last week preventing BT customers from connecting to social media, banking and shopping sites. It is unknown as to the number of customers affected, however the issues were reported across different parts of the UK including Cornwall, Eastbourne, […]
The Game Of Thrones set an internet piracy record last weekend after the air of the season 4 finale. Over 250,000 people watched the episode simultaneously as it was aired, however over 1.5million people illegally downloaded the episode within the first 12 hours of it being available on torrent sites, […]
In 2010, it was suggested by the Digital Economy Act (DEA) to cut off offenders from their broadband if they were to be discovered downloading online content illegally through piracy. This idea was however opposed by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) who stated that it would require for users to be […]
If you’re in business today and have looked at any IT or technology blog over the last few months, it’s almost guaranteed you’ll have read a piece about broadband. Something that the UK government have had on the agenda for several years now, it’s often discussed that the whole of […]