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BT.com is relaunching this summer, complete with a new video game section featuring previews, reviews, video content and features.
GAME’s 341 UK stores will offer free Wi-Fi access for their customers in time for Christmas.
UK telephone and internet provider BT has said that it believes its 2.6 per cent stake in troubled cloud gaming firm OnLive will probably be written off.
BT has finally caved to legal pressure and blocked access to The Pirate Bay for its UK customers.
The Digital Economy Act anti file-sharing legislation received a boost as the Court of Appeal upheld an earlier High Court ruling that backed the DEA.
Fibre-to-the-home service offers 100Mbs downstream and 15Mbps upstream for a lucky few.
Estimates from a number of online sources claim that playing games via new streaming service OnLive consumes between 2GB and 3GB every hour.
In what could prove to be a very significant move, the High Court has ordered internet service provider BT to block download site Newzbin2.
Internet service provider’s BT and TalkTalk have this afternoon been told by the High Court that they have won the right to a full and official judicial review of the ...
The humble TV set-top box is finally emerging as a genuine challenger to Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony.
Leading internet provider BT wants to temporarily halt the requirement for ISPs to hand over details of its customers accused of file-sharing copyrighted material online.
Streaming games service OnLive will be available over any UK ISP, founder and CEO Steve Perlman has confirmed.
The credibility of streaming game service OnLive has been given a serious boost this morning - British Telecom has become one of its investors.
The chief executive of British Telecom has slammed proposals included in the Digital Economy Bill that will grant authorities the power to disconnect file-sharers from the internet.