Hi Everyone,As many of you will know, the Mir team had two core goals for the Ubuntu 13.10 cycle:1. Deliver Mir + XMir + Unity 7 on the desktop for those cards that supported it, and fall back to X for those that don’t.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: Home ITAlmost one third of all new Australian homes are now including cabling systems in the construction process to better handle technologies like fibre broadband.
The European Commission announced this week that it had met its goal of 100% European Union broadband coverage before the self-imposed end of the year deadline.
Pushing the needle all the way to 100 percent is satellite-based Internet access, which reached the 0.6 percent of homes that wired connections and mobile networks couldn't reach, the EC announced Thur
I have the $40 dollars plan and I have slow internet connections that is 0.24 Mbps for download with 0.42 Mbps for upload. I just bought the phone and I have no idea why it is this slow. What's going on? :confused:
The $40 dollars plan gives you 3G and the $50 dollars plan give your 4G. I'm confused why I have slower connection only on this phone.
In a deal that will precipitate its structural separation Telecom New Zealand has won the lion's share of Government contracts for the rollout of the Ultrafast Broadband Network that will deliver fibre to 75 percent of New Zealand homes by 2019.
Government funded National Broadband Network operator, NBN Co, has reiterated its plans to provide fibre broadband infrastructure in new estates to property developers going forward. New estates will be among the first to get fibre to homes, although what that means in terms of broadband bang for buck is still fuzzy.