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Retail Startup Promises Wireless Internet For Everyone

Starry Internet, which announced its service in early 2016, aims to take on industry giants with promises of efficient set up and faster connectivity

Technology What It's Like Living With Lag In Real Life

Swedish fiber broadband provider adds the frustrations of slow Internet to real life with the Oculus Rift.

Gaming & Play Five Tech Trends That Could Dominate In 2013

From superfast mobile broadband to self-driving cars, the Guardian rounds up what to expect technology-wise in 2013.

Home Wikipedia Founder Attacks UK Government's 'Snooper's Charter'

Jimmy Wales says the plan to track all text, internet, and email use is 'technologically incompetent' and his site will encrypt all British connections if implemented.

Advertising Should All TV Be Broadcast Over The Internet?

The UK is thinking about moving all TV over to the internet to leave the airwaves free for mobile phones.

Innovation World's Fastest Man Spoofs Richard Branson To Promote Broadband

Virgin Media's new cross-platform campaign features the Olympic gold medal winner sporting a familiar-looking blonde goatee.

Advertising The State Of The Internet: A Feast Of Worldwide Data

Visual data aficionados, rejoice. An information-rich site capturing real-time data surrounding the power and current state of the internet is available for your perusal (and presentation, education needs).

Technology Visualizing Our Connected World [Infographic]

A look at the speed by which and how we're connected via the Internet in general, broadband and mobile.

Advertising Virgin Media's '10 Things Project' Makes The Consumer The Curator

A new digital campaign chronicles users' top 10 digital memories from the past 10 years.

Technology Mexico Protests with #internetnecesario and A 300 Person Human Tweet

In response to a 3% tax on broadband access,Mexican citizens began on and off-line protests.

Technology Finland: Where Broadband Is A Legal Right

Finland is set to become the first country in the world to make broadband Internet a legal right, according to their Ministry of Transport and Communications.