Mobile broadband users in the UK on average receive speeds of less than 1Mbps, says Epitiro.
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Micro-blogging service Twitter has unveiled a beta version of its much-talked about 'verified accounts' service.
INQ has revealed it plans to launch a mobile phone with a Twitter app aimed at fans of the micro-blogging site.
The UK market's online spending in 2009 will rise by 13.3 percent compared to last year, taking the total spend to £20.9bn, despite the global recession, says Verdict Research.
Around 7m Brits are using a file-sharing network once a week to illegally download music files, says the Strategic Advisory Board for Intellectual Property (SABIP).
Over 40 percent of mobile web traffic comes from Apple iPhone users, says AdMob.
Nokia's Ovi app store has finally been made publicly available.
Microsoft's Kumo search engine may be publically unveiled next week, says the Wall Street Journal.
The world's Global Positioning System (GPS) could collapse next year, say US officials.
Panasonic revealed a loss of US$4bn for the 2008 financial year.
Hulbee is a new search engine that hopes to rival Google by simplifying web searches.
Legislation which will see illegal file sharers disconnected from the internet has been passed by the French National Assembly, despite initially being rejected last month.
Virgin Media has joined forces with Channel 4 and BSkyB in a bid to help the government tackle internet piracy.
The UK Film Council, along with a number of other industry bodies and trade unions, is urging the government to ban illegal downloaders from the net.
Brits would rather cut back on food than Internet access, says <a href="http://www.o2.co.uk">O2.</a>