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  • Back to the mobile dark ages; T-Mobile in new 'fair use' blunder

    Throw out the iPhone. Bin the HTCHero, smash the SamsungGalaxy. It's time to dig out the old Nokia phone that youtucked away for emergencies. Yes, just days after Ofcom releasedits proposals to open up the 2Gspectrum to 3G mobile internet services, s... 

  • Firefox hunts browser market leaders

    A year has passedsince the European Commissioncut a deal withMicrosoft to offer European users a choice of up to 12internet browsers when setting up their PCs, and with uptake of Windows 7healthy, it seems that the impact of the change is filtering t... 

  • A LinkedIn IPO will prove the power of the social network

    Is LinkedInclose to becomingthe first social network to go public? Maybe... According to our sister site ComputerWeekly.com, the 85 million member network for business professionalsis making plans to go public during the first calendar quarter of the... 

  • Does 3G on 2G spell curtains for daft data caps?

    The opening up of the 2G spectrum to 3G services, announced today by Ofcom, is to be welcomed for a number of reasons. Ofcom says that the measure will help phone operators increase mobile broadband speeds, deliver improved in-building coverage and w... 

  • To Innerleithen and beyond! Fibre contest winners named

    BT's Race to Infinity publicity stunthas now drawnto a close, with six towns across the UK coming out on top in the telco's popularity contest to choosethe areasthat willget priorityaccess tofibre-optic broadband. BT initially promised to hook up fiv... 

  • Alcatel-Lucent makes an epic PR cock-up

    Just occasionally, a PR cock-up comes around that has journalists goggling at their screens in disbelief. So on that note we'll start off 2011 with a cautionary tale from Alcatel-Lucent, which has just appointed former BT 21CN supremo George Nazi to ... 

  • Happy Christmas to all and to all a goodnight

    It's time for us to bid you farewell for a little while, as Christmas is now well and truly upon us and the goose is getting fat. We're taking a well-earned break for a week or so, enjoying the company of friends and family, as I hope you will be, to... 

  • Top of the blogs, a Network Noise Christmas special

    I've taken a trawl through the archives to bring you some of the more memorable posts of 2010 here on Network Noise. 

  • HP Scrooge targets Cisco's Christmas

    News reaches us from the States that just days before Christmas, HP Networking is plotting to snaffle some of Cisco's presents from under the tree. It has just launched a trade-in programme called 'Catalyst for Change' designed to get Cisco owners to... 

  • What next for business in 'broadband Britain'?

    In the latest in a series of guest blogs on Network Noise, Andy Lockwood, transformation director at b2b comms provider Opal, responds to the government's broadband strategy announced this month. I am pleased to see the Government committing £8...