Internet TV services galore, taxing times and Microsoft "malfunctioning" are among some of interesting stories we found online today.
Changes to the national curriculum will see computing become an integral part of education at both primary and secondary schools
Voadfone, EE, Telefónica and Three among the bidders for faster mobile broadband spectrum
Committee warns armed forces are too reliant on IT, and a sustained attack against these systems could "fatally compromise" their operations
Check up on MPs, access government services, take a look inside North Korea and find some mental stimulation
Communications regulator wants measures put in place to protect people signed up to fixed landline, broadband or mobile contracts
Just like Arnie in The Terminator - hactivist group warns it will be back in 2013
From Windows 8 to the Raspberry Pi and legal cases galore on copyright and free speech, technology-wise 2012 was a busy year
It will become legal to make personal copies of digital media for personal use
Prime Minister weighs in on debate over how to protect children from adult content online
Rejects pleas to force ISPs to force customers to 'opt-in' by default to adult content
Human Rights Committee says proposed changes could force websites to delete legitimate comment in order to protect themselves
Deputy prime minister says there has to be "fundamental rethink" of what is included in draft Communications Bill
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