Those looking to switch broadband providers can take advantage of a £35 setup fee reduction from Virgin Media this week. The temporary deal winds up at the end of Sunday, February 23rd.
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Tesla has been forced to stop work on its fourth gigafactory after a court ordered a temporary halt yesterday. The Green League has been protesting construction over wildlife and water concerns.
IBM has announced that it's withdrawing from the RSA Conference. The organisers of the event accepted the decision but have, so far, decided to keep the security conference on as planned.
Mozilla has added support for lazy loading of images and iframes in the latest Nightly build of Firefox. It's disabled by default but enabling it to try out is simple enough, here's how to do it.
O2 has announced that orders for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip can be placed. Monthly contracts can be customised based on length, data, and how much you want to pay for the phone upfront.
Panasonic has launched a new IoT solution for customers in India called Miraie. One noteworthy feature is that the platform is updatable which could minimise security risks for connected devices.
Nokia has announced that its technology will upgrade Iliad Group networks to support 5G. It will also modernise the technology already in place so that it's ready for new services of the future.
Telegram 5.15 has been released for Valentine's Day. It improves user profiles, media viewing, and lets you make friends easier with People Nearby 2.0. There are also animated heart emoji.
New rules set to come into effect tomorrow will help phone, broadband, and pay-TV customers avoid out-of-contract charges. Providers will offer new deals for those about to finish a contract.
Facebook Dating launch in Europe has been hampered by the Irish Data Protection Commission. It was due to arrive today in time for Valentine's Day but now Facebook is delaying the launch.
Google's purchase of Looker has been approved by UK, US, and Austrian competition bodies. Looker is a business intelligence firm and will join Google Cloud with integration due in the next few months.
Tesla is seeking approval from the Chinese authorities to build the long-range variant of its Model 3. If it gets approval, it will no longer have to import the vehicle from the United States.
Canonical has released the fourth point release of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. This update rolls in the latest updates saving you time post-installation. It also enables support for newer hardware.
Nokia and Deutsche Telekom have announced their withdrawal from MWC 2020. Other network operators may pull out later today and the organisers said earlier they're considering cancelling the event.
China has launched a service over the weekend that allows people to check whether they were in close contact with anyone that may have been, or definitely was, suffering from COVID-19.