It was as if thousands of iPhones cried out at once, and were silenced Paid Members Public
I noticed an odd thing on my way home from work on Monday night. The data connectivity on my iPhone (which I tend to use continuously on train commutes) just died. I arrived home, hopped on the wifi and forgot about it. But there is an explanation [http://www.macworld.
UK ISPs Need To Recongise The New Media Landscape Paid Members Public
Om Malik is suggesting that the slowing rate of broadband adoption in the US will lead companies to try and boost their speeds to upsell consumers [http://gigaom.com/2008/04/29/as-broadband-growth-slows-expect-speed-boosts/]. It makes sense, as it will allow them to continue growing, even as the early boosts from
WiFi in the Cupboard Paid Members Public
The only way I’ve been able to get internet access for much of the past week: The apartment where Mum & I have been staying in Norwich while she undergoes chemotherapy has WiFi, via the coffee shop nearby. Sadly, the only place I could get a reliable, regular signal was