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CNET UK Podcast 265: Mini-Internets and apps within apps

With Spotify becoming a mini-Internet for music and Facebook becoming a front-end for the web, what's the future of mini-Internets and apps within apps?

By Dec. 2, 2011


D-Link DHP-307AV pumps the Internets through your powerlines

With everything from Blu-ray players to toasters demanding access to the Internet these days, it's helpful to provide access everywhere in your home -- powerline adaptors are the answer

3 Images By Jul. 26, 2010


IntraNets vs InterNets

Why do your video buffers , websites timeout and downloads take forever? No one is responsible for making sure its fast.

By Jul. 31, 2007


Appeals court overturns conviction of AT&T hacker 'Weev'

A federal appeals court rules that Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer was tried in the wrong state and overturns his conviction under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

By Apr. 11, 2014


BT ad banned for blaming Wi-Fi problems on phones

Advertising watchdogs have banned a BT Home Hub advert that tried to blame your Wi-Fi problems on your phone.

By Oct. 23, 2013


Nintendo 2DS handheld targets new crowd

The Wii U Deluxe and Nexus 4 drop in price, Nintendo's portable system takes a new shape, and Angry Birds "Go" after Mario Kart.

By Aug. 28, 2013


One-eyed Sir Stuffington becomes new Internet cat star

An injured kitten picked up by a shelter gets another shot at life, and due to a pirate-themed picture going viral, the feline could become the next big Internet hit.

By Sep. 23, 2013


Intel reveals what happens in a single Internet minute

If the Internet is a series of tubes, then those tubes are jam-packed. An Intel infographic shows all the amazing things that happen in just one minute on the Internet.

By Mar. 20, 2013


The Pirate Bay is relocating to North Korea?

It appears the bittorrent tracker is up to some of its old hijinks -- saying that it moved from its home in Europe to cozy up with supreme leader Kim Jong-un.

By Mar. 4, 2013


Broadband speeds up 20 per cent, still nowhere near promises

Broadband speeds have shot up by almost a fifth, according to telecoms watchdog Ofcom, but they're still miles off what's promised in ads.

By Aug. 15, 2012