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Deutsche Telekom has confirmed up to 900,000 customers have had their broadband service cut off following a possible hack of its hardware. The number fell to 400,00 as security measures were implemented. Internet access, phone connections and TV reception for those...read more
Telecoms regulator Ofcom has ordered BT to legally separate from its Openreach division - which runs the broadband infrastructure. It wants Openreach to become a distinct company with its own board, with non-executives and a chairperson not affiliated with BT. Ofcom...read more
A Chinese firm, Beijing LingLong, has unveiled the country's first voice-activated smart home speaker - its answer to Amazon's Echo and Google's Home. The Ding Dong uses voice interaction to do tasks such as playing music and switching on home appliances. The device...read more
A link to a video, which when watched slows down any iPhone until it crashes, is being used as the latest iPhone crash prank. The video from the Sina Weibo-backed video-sharing app Miaopai plays normally in the iPhone's video player, but once the video is finished it...read more
Samsung has urged owners of the Galaxy Note 7 to turn off its high-end smartphone while it investigates new reports of the device catching fire. It is also stopping all sales of the phone. Samsung recalled 2.5 million phones in September after complaints of exploding...read more
HP has backtracked on a software update that blocked some ink cartridges made by third parties, after a campaign calling on HP to reverse the move was launched. The change to the software was made earlier this month and meant that the printers would not work if...read more