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Live international cricket will return to Spark Sport with a four-year deal for exclusive coverage of all international and domestic cricket matches played in England under the England and Wales Cricket Board.

Published in Entertainment

Business intelligence and data visualisation firm Qlik has developed a Web application for rugby fans to follow the progress of the teams they support at the ongoing Rugby World Cup and also look back at historical data when needed.

Published in Entertainment

Optus will offer a free service to all athletes at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, allowing them to speak to family and friends around the world via Wi-Fi and instore tablets at its store in the athletes' village.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

While many Australians continue to lament the long overdue arrival of the NBN to their neighbourhood, spare a thought for the poor folk living in a village in the South West of England who have been told they have to dig their own trenches if they want fast broadband.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 23 January 2014 15:29

English Internet hits "highest speed ever"

Their fast bowlers might be rubbish but an internet connection in England has hit the "fastest speed ever", reaching scorching speeds of 1.4 terabits a second.

Published in Development
Wednesday, 02 November 2011 22:23

Julian Assange - what next?

Having lost his appeal against extradition to Sweden, what next for Julian Assange?

Published in People Moves
Wednesday, 02 November 2011 20:51

Assange loses appeal


The British High Court has just now announced that Julian Assange WILL be extradited to Sweden.

Published in People Moves

Later this week Julian Assange will learn if he is to receive a free one-way all-expenses-paid trip from England to Sweden.

Published in People Moves

An international team of archaeologists and scientists has found a previously undiscovered wooden structure just a little ways from the stone circle that the world knows as Stonehenge.


Published in Biology
Thursday, 25 March 2010 01:49

UK Space Agency replaces BNSC

On April 1, 2010, the UK Space Agency will replace the British National Space Centre as the overall organization that coordinates civil space activities in the United Kingdom.


Published in Space
Two individuals, one from New Zealand and one from England, have built two very different types of boats. One has made a ship from two-liter plastic bottles that he entails to sail across the Pacific Ocean, and the other has built a hovercraft that also flies.

Published in Energy
The memoirs of William Stukeley’s firsthand, handwritten account of the apple falling on Sir Isaac Newton’s head is now available on the Web. Gravity rules! Or, an apple a day doesn't keep gravity away!

Published in Biology
Friday, 16 January 2009 20:50

Virus sinks Royal Navy fleet comms

Sir William Blackstone famously said the Royal Navy was something along the lines of being England's "ancient and natural strength; the floating bulwark of the island." But then there weren't many computer viruses around in the 18th century.

Published in Home Tech
The University of Leicester in England is launching a major programme to help develop a new paradigm for future global computing environments. In order to improve code and data mobility over wide area networks the boffins will, err, study Ancient Mediterranean crafts-people from the late bronze age through to classical times...

Published in Home Tech
Football is a popular sport in England, in fact for many it is something of an obsession and one that has spread to the Internet and way beyond English borders. A study of visitors to the official websites of English Premiership football clubs has meant that it is now possible to rate the teams in terms of an Internet football league. So where will your team feature?

Published in Networking




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