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Online GP Services Cover 97% Of England

Online GP Services Cover 97% Of England

Online access to GP services now extends to 97% of the population, or 55 million people, according to new figures from NHS England, Computer Weekly reports.

22nd May 2015
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Ultrafast Broadband: BT Picks Swansea As Latest G.Fast Testbed

Ultrafast Broadband: BT Picks Swansea As Latest G.Fast Testbed

Not everyone in the UK can access superfast internet speeds, yet BT is forging ahead with trials of ultrafast broadband. The telecoms provider has named the Welsh city of Swansea as the latest base for G.Fast testing, Tech Week Europe has reported.

22nd May 2015
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Small Villages Being Penalised With Slow Broadband, Says TV Star

Small Villages Being Penalised With Slow Broadband, Says TV Star

Former royal correspondent and TV personality Jennie Bond has urged the UK government to 'speed things up' and stop penalising small remote villages with inadequate broadband, says Cable.co.uk.

22nd May 2015
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Trouble For Well-Known Yorkshire Tearoom As 120k Customers Hit By Data Breach

Trouble For Well-Known Yorkshire Tearoom As 120k Customers Hit By Data Breach

One of Yorkshire's best-loved cake stores has suffered a data breach that affected 120,000 online customers, V3 reported on Wednesday.

22nd May 2015
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UK Workers More Likely To Access Porn At Work

UK Workers More Likely To Access Porn At Work

Know what your employees are doing right now on their computer? There's a one in ten chance they're watching porn, according to a new study by Vanson Bourne. What's more, these activities are putting firms at serious risk of cyber attacks, The Telegraph reports.

21st May 2015
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