Virgin Media plans to roll out a broadband service up of to 100 megabits per second to consumers in the U.K. by the end of 2010.
200,000 homes in London, the south-east and Yorkshire are set to unwrap an early Christmas pressie from Virgin Media: 100Mbps super-fast broadband.
Clearwire, which is building a nationwide wireless network, is pushing the envelope in wireless speeds.
Enjoying 50Mbps broadband at home are you? You're not impressing anyone, buddy -- least of all Audi, which has unveiled an A8 with built-in LTE connectivity.
Super fast broadband speeds are possible today, but the problems are what to do with all that bandwidth and who really wants to pay for it?
Virgin Media's 100Mbps super-fast broadband service is live today in four towns. Click here to find out where, and be assailed by a torrent of timeworn regional stereotypes.
The U.K. TV, phone, and Internet provider says whole music albums will download in 5 seconds.
Virgin's about to drag the UK kicking and screaming into the 21st century, by rolling out a 100Mbps broadband service this year, and extending its 200Mbps pilot service to a wider area
BT is ploughing an extra billion quid into its planned super-fast broadband network, with 40Mbps for the masses and 100Mbps for the lucky few
Customers using Free's fiber-optic network receive a tenfold download speed increase to 1Gbps as very high-speed broadband becomes a point of competition.