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Virgin Media have been crowned Netflix's fastest ISP for streaming - does being top of the chart mean Netflix addicts should sign on the dotted line or is it a load of streaming nonsense?

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Just how free is a 'free' smartphone app? As cases of children racking up thousands of pounds are becoming more common, is it time the industry came clean about the true cost of smartphone games?

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Sky has bought O2 Broadband and BE Broadband, making it the UK's second largest ISP. What does this mean for BE and O2 customers and what can they do about it if they are unhappy?

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The 4G race is on: but who should you go for? Now Ofcom's auction winners have been announced, we decided to take a look at who'll be able to roll out the best 4G service.

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A distribution rights dispute left customers without popular Universal titles for two and a half years.

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Hearing impaired users are increasingly frustrated that Lovefilm instant - the DVD rental provider's online streaming service - doesn't offer subtitles.

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BT's John Petter says that 'unlike Sky, we're extremely confident that our network can stand up to the extra bandwidth demands'.

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Slash your mobile phone bill with the new BT SmartTalk app for Android & iOS.

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Whilst Blockbuster's core business remains "profitable" what does the company have to do to survive? Does this mean store closures and a digital future?

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Confusing advertising rules could be the cause of complete lack of awareness around broadband connection speeds.

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