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BSkyB 'not losing battle for subscribers to BT'

BSkyB has signed a new five-year deal for exclusive rights to HBO shows including 'Game of Thrones', 'Girls'

Vodafone and Sky in 'high-level talks' to counter BT's dominance in the UK

BT has recently cemented its position as the number one broadband provider, leaving rivals worried about their future

Money Insider: Go back to basics to sort out your finances

Many people will have made a resolution to reorganise their money matters this year – it's probably one of the top three 2014 promises, alongside shedding a bit of weight and doing more exercise.

Orange and T-Mobile's delayed EE IPO sparks fury in the City

City analysts have accused Orange and T-Mobile of “dithering” after they axed plans for a £10 billion flotation of EE.

Rural internet connection to get £10m boost for 'alternative technologies'

The money will join the £1.2bn fund aimed at delivering high-speed internet access to 95 per cent of the UK by 2017

Apple buys camera app that beat the iPhone at its own game

SnappyCam offered a burst-mode feature for iPhone cameras that took more high resolution photos per second than Apple's own

The wonder material Graphene may provide the answer in the quest for thinner, stronger, safer and more desirable condoms

Graphene: The wonder material being used to create thinner, stronger condoms and help fight spread of Aids

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation help fund development of the new material to promote condom use and stop the spread of HIV

Pornography filters on or off? That's a conversation couples will have to have, says David Cameron

Husbands will have to have difficult conversations with their wives about whether to opt out of new pornography filters, David Cameron suggested on Monday.

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Forget India... call centres are moving to Bulgaria

British firms look to outsource closer to home

Virgin Media announces 6.7% price increase for broadband and new speeds of up to 152Mbps

Company claims that new fibre optic service is twice as fast as rival BT's

Andy McSmith's Diary: Lord Leveson admits he made one big slip-up

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Tim Berners-Lee, Facebook and the government back global initiative to 'help billions come online'

New coalition will advocate for policy reform and regulation to lower broadband cost to 5 per cent of monthly income in developing countries

Iain Lobban: The GCHQ director skipped a hearing in Brussels into alleged hacking of Belgacom

Liberties groups to take GCHQ to court over web privacy

Rights alliance claims spy agency broke European laws by hacking millions of citizens’ internet data

Increased application of wireless technology could be of great benefit to a number of industries and services

The WiFi revolution that could take traffic off our roads: Ofcom outlines plans for future use of radio spectrum

Futuristic plans that could see technology monitoring patients from a distance unveiled

Porn on the Brain: Why is there so little scientific research about porn?

For a subject of acute public concern, the dearth of evidence on its effects is startling

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The Sumatran tiger, endemic to the Indonesian island of Sumatra, is an endangered species
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Story line: Susanoo slays the Yamata no Orochi serpent in the Japanese version of a myth dating back 40,000 years
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How did our legends really begin?

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Apartheid’s sadistic killer that his country cannot forgive

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Commonwealth Games 2014: Dai Greene prays for chance to rebuild after injury agony

Greene prays for chance to rebuild after injury agony

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Patrick Cockburn: Secret report helps Israel to hide facts

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The man who dared to go on holiday

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