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Mar 22
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UK government planning to speed up less-than-brilliant broadband speeds

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The UK government has recently announced that they’re planning to find extra funding to improve the current broadband infrastructure, which is severely behind when you look at the services that are currently offered in countries such as the US and France.

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Oct 10
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UK 4G mobile auctions delayed by Ofcom

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With the UK only just beginning to start work on 4G networks, that the US have already had for some time, delays have already sprung up thanks to Telecoms watchdog Ofcom who currently own the chunks of radio spectrum needed to make 4G possible.

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If you’re looking to purchase an Apple iPad, there are a few things you need to consider. Are you going to really notice the Retina Display, use the upgraded 5-megapixel camera or use the new 4G connectivity? If you answered no to any of those, then you might want to take a look at this guide on choosing the right iPad.

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Intel can drop Quad-cores to $100

Upon hearing some rumours, we now know that Intel could drop their cheapest processors to the low price of just $100 (~£50). But apparently they don’t want to make decent processors cheap to anyone manily because the don’t have to do that.

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Google Chrome soon to be more popular than Mozilla Firefox

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