TalkTalk has been fined £3 million by Ofcom after mistakenly billing thousands of customers even after they had closed their accounts.
TalkTalk, the fixed line arm of The Carphone Warehouse, has announced it has acquired the UK assets of ailing broadband provider for £236 million.
Sky has not given up hope on its ambitious 3D TV project, and Chief Engineer Chris Johns has reiterated the company's plan of potentially launching by the end of the year.
Three quarters of UK computer users know the rules on illegal downloading of music, but the majority do not believe that the music industry is doing enough to persuade them why it is wrong, according to a survey.
UpdatedHow effective is the BPI's stick-based approach against file sharers? And does it actually address the underlying issues of the emerging Internet culture?
ExclusiveA leading analyst believes that the primary upshot of the BPI's letter-sending will be to cut file sharing amongst children as a result of making their parents aware, while a legal expert we've spoken to believes that ISPs should get at least some of the blame.
ExclusiveO2-owned ISP Be has spoke to TechRadar of its support for today’s announcement of anti-piracy measures by the BPI – but warned that it won’t be giving out user information lightly.
Tiscali - formerly Homechoice - had been hitherto an exclusively broadband-based service, but it's now offering a combined Freeview and broadband PVR, with on-demand channels as well. It's partly practical; you can't get more than one broadband TV channel over Britain's lousy broadband connections, but Freeview covers most areas.