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Voice networking and VoIP

  • September 27, 2010 27 Sep'10

    Silent callers face £2m fines from today

    Companies that use automated dialling to solicit business, but which result in silent or abandoned phone calls, face fines of up to £2m from this week.

  • September 24, 2010 24 Sep'10

    Facebook back online after worst outage in four years

    Facebook was hit by technical problems yesterday that resulted in extremely slow or no service to some of its 500m users, including those in the UK.

  • September 23, 2010 23 Sep'10

    Twice-shy network operators reject high spectrum prices

    Ofcom announced its long-awaited consultation on the auction of so-called 4G spectrum earlier this year. When the UK last auctioned frequencies for mobile phone networks, it enjoyed a £22.4bn windfall. That is unlikely to happen again

  • September 22, 2010 22 Sep'10

    Video: Cumbria bids to be rural broadband champion

    Penrith and The Border MP Rory Stewart declares himself out of step with his party and government over various taxes that might slow the roll out of broadband, especially to rural communities such as the one he represents, and wants them cleared ...

  • September 21, 2010 21 Sep'10

    Sort your broadband spectrum by 2012, says EU

    The European Commission is to consult on a revised spectrum plan to encourage the development of access to mobile broadband networking at a minimum of 30Mbps...

  • September 21, 2010 21 Sep'10

    Twitter users hit by viral hack attack

    Twitter users were victims of a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability today as users reported message pop-ups and third-party websites being accessed without consent.

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