A busy week in tech has seen a landmark jail sentence, upgrades on Mars and some big-name companies getting behind Windows 8
Average broadband speeds are gradually increasing while internet service providers (ISPs) are finally making their advertising claims more realistic, according to an Ofcom report.
The regulator's latest report shows the average speed a household gets is now 9Mbits/sec, up from 7.6Mbits/sec in November and 3.6Mbits/sec in November 2008.
A 38-year-old British man who made over £35,000 a month from a website linking to pirated films and TV shows has been jailed for four years.
Nasa's Mars rover Curiosity has been getting a much-needed operating system upgrade that will allow it to drive around the planet and use its robotic arm.
The release of Windows 8 could be make or break for computer manufacturers as sales continue to fall.
Microsoft has announced the five manufacturers that will build Windows RT tablets for the launch of Windows 8.
Samsung, Dell and Lenovo join Asus and Microsoft to complete the line-up of big name manufacturers prepping new devices for the launch of Windows 8. All the devices will run Windows RT, a version of Windows 8 designed to work tablet-like devices such as Microsoft's Surface.
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