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Sony’s Gamescom press conference ended with a flurry of announcements. Price cuts for PS3 and Vita. New PlayStation Plus offers. That all-important PS4 release date.
There’s currently no timeline as to when European PS4 owners will be able to stream PS3 content onto their machines.
Sony has announced a strategic partnership with Virgin Media, naming the firm as PlayStation 4's official UK ISP partner.
The average internet user from anywhere in the world enjoys a connection speed of 3.1Mbps.
Cable ISP Virgin Media is set to begin rolling out a speed upgrade for customers in 30 towns and cities across the UK.
Fibre-to-the-home service offers 100Mbs downstream and 15Mbps upstream for a lucky few.
Research by Ofcom has found that while more people are using mobile broadband than ever before, available bandwidth has decreased and download times have increased.
Internet service provider Demon has introduced a new service which promises a faster broadband connection for the gaming community.
Ahead of May’s general election the Conservative Party has pledged to deliver super-fast 100Mbps broadband to “the majority” of UK homes by 2017 if it is elected to power.
Lobbyists and soncumer groups have been quick to condemn the government’s intention to push forward with a “three-strikes” policy to cut the internet connections of those accused of online piracy.
European powerhouse France has ushered in controversial new legislation that looks to cut off the internet connections of those found to have pirated movies, music and games online.
The Government’s plans to fund the spread of high speed broadband through taxation is unfair – and could put games’ potential digital renaissance in jeopardy.
All people who have a copper telephone landline will soon see an additional 50p added to their monthly bills following the government’s announcement of a £6 per year charge that ...