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Morgan was accused of giving phone-hacking lessons

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The High Court has ordered five internet service providers to block access to the world's largest illegal file-sharing website The Pirate Bay.

Blackberry have found it increasingly difficult to compete in the mobile phone market with more fashionable Apple and Android phones

0800 numbers could soon be free from mobiles

Calls to 0800 numbers could be free from mobiles as part of attempts to fight consumer confusion about costs.

Ofcom challenges BT over line fees

The prices consumers pay for broadband and landline telephone services are expected to fall after Ofcom announced plans to reduce the amount BT can charge rivals to rent lines.

Boost for BT Vision customers after Miramax deal

Movies including Kill Bill and Pulp Fiction will be made available for BT Vision customers to watch on-demand after a tie-up with film studio Miramax.

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As the world of big business braces itself for another tumultuous year, these are the 12 rising stars who are set to take the City (and, in one case, Wall Street) by storm. Mark Leftly profiles the soon-to-be big names

Eurozone isolation could 'risk 3m jobs'

Three million jobs could be at risk if Britain does not stay at the heart of Europe, leading businessmen suggested today.

BT sues Google over patents

BT today became the latest in a line of tech companies to take on internet giant Google in the courts over a number of alleged patent infringements.

BT switches on more TV viewers and broadband users than Sky

Profits climb 15 per cent on brisk broadband sales as telecoms giant beats analysts' expectations

BT profits better than expected

Telecoms giant BT posted better-than-expected quarterly profits today with the number of broadband customers surging as they took up superfast connections.

BT accelerates its broadband roll-out

BT is to accelerate its roll-out of fibre-optic broadband, bringing superfast internet speeds to two-thirds of the country a year earlier than planned, and hiring hundreds of engineers for the drive.

Five Questions About: Home phone deals

Sally Davis quits BT Wholesale

Sally Davis, the chief executive of BT's Wholesale arm, is set to step down at the end of October after four years over "personal reasons".

Why has the BlackBerry Messenger become the communication device of choice for British teenagers?

Everyone in Edmonton Enfield Wood Green everywhere in north link up at Enfield Town station at 4 o'clock sharp," was one message passed around by BlackBerry messenger users in north London on Sunday. So why has the mobile of the city professional become the communication device of choice for British teenagers? And which communication devices are being used by other demographics? And why?

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