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Copper thefts affecting broadband 26/04/2010

Around 2,000 people have been cut-off from their telephone and broadband connections after thieves stole copper cable which provided their service. More - Copper thefts affecting broadband
 

Twitter's business development plans 18/04/2010

Twitter is more than a micro-blogging and social networking forum, find out more. More - Twitter's business development plans
 

Saving you the trouble! 16/04/2010

Digital Birmingham conduct research into digital policy, strategy and important news on a regular basis so you don't have to! More - Saving you the trouble!
 

Cloud computing 15/04/2010

 

Protect your smartphone today! 31/03/2010

Get Safe Online has released advice for smartphone users. Rapid growth in the use of smartphones, along with applications that allow web users to bank, shop and social network on the move, means that online identity fraud risks associated with personal computers and laptops are becoming increasingly relevant to mobile handsets. More - Protect your smartphone today!
 

Prof. Byron's Review 30/03/2010

Professor Tanya Byron has confirmed the UK as a world leader in child internet safety but advised that Government and Industry need to make faster progress in delivery if the UK is to stay ahead of advances in technology. More - Prof. Byron's Review
 

Cisco link to Birmingham announced 19/03/2010

Birmingham Science Park Aston (BSPA) has entered into a partnership with US technology giant Cisco Systems. More - Cisco link to Birmingham announced
 

Birmingham plans for a £40 million ICT village in the city 18/03/2010

Birmingham is using the global platform of the MIPIM property conference to announce plans for a £40 million ICT village to be built in the city. More - Birmingham plans for a £40 million ICT village in the city
 

New rail hub exterior designed 17/03/2010

The new face of New Street Station became clear after a full-scale section of the Station exterior was unveiled. Network Rail has built a 200m2 section of mirror-polished stainless steel to select the best materials and construction techniques for the New Street Gateway redevelopment and learn how the Foreign Office Architects’ concept design will be brought to life. More - New rail hub exterior designed
 

Some interesting views 17/03/2010

Rory Cellan-Jones is the BBC's Technology Correspondent. Here is an interesting post on his blog. More - Some interesting views
 

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