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Shares jumped 3% after the company announced 2.5 million customers have signed up for BT Sport television

People work at computers in TechHub in Shoreditch, an office space for technology start-up entrepreneurs

The neglect of Britain's creative industries bodes ill for our economy

We have world-beating companies here, but they lack support

Vodafone confirmed approach to Germany's biggest cable company Kabel Deutschland

Euro telecoms battle hots up as Vodafone targets German firm

Mobile phone giant confirms approach to Germany's biggest cable company Kabel Deutschland

Market Report: Samsung suppliers hit by Galaxy cloud

Back in April, Samsung’s Galaxy S4 smartphone was the hottest device around, but fears that demand has waned swept the stock market yesterday and investors hung up on its suppliers.

Departing Virgin Media boss Neil Berkett named as chairman of Guardian Media Group

Departing Virgin Media chief executive Neil Berkett was today named chairman of Guardian Media Group, sending a powerful signal that its loss-making flagship newspaper could soon charge for its website.

Andrew Walker tests out the Oculus Rift

Oculus Rift review: It felt like ski goggles with a smartphone glued to the glass

Andrew Walker asks if the new Oculus Rift can give virtual reality the consumer success that eluded it in the past

Six of of 10 UK internet users access BBC website - but even that is below target

BBC Online also failing to meet target of 22m clickthroughs a year for connecting users to external sites

Broadband customers unsure over contracts

Up to eight out of 10 broadband customers are confused about their contracts and feel trapped, new research shows.

TalkTalk shows it's a big noise in internet TV

TalkTalk today showed Britons are embracing internet-connected TV in their droves as the telecoms provider is signing up 12,000 customers a week, a rate that looks more than a match for rival BT.

Blinkx profits post an eightfold jump as video advertising thrives

"Video advertising is the fastest-growing of all the sub-sectors of advertising and we're fortunate to find ourselves right in the cross-hairs," the chief executive of the video search engine Blinkx declared yesterday as he unveiled an eightfold leap in annual profits to $17.7m (£11.5m).

Ren Zhengfei, the Huawei founder, has just given his first interview in 26 years

Secrecy and security: Huawei is the company that has the world worried

You may not have heard of Huawei, but its products may well be in your house. Last year the company, based in Shenzen, China, overtook Ericsson to become the world’s largest manufacturer of telecoms equipment. It controls a quarter of the EU market in telecoms infrastructure and has won more than half of the contracts for 4G technology awarded in Europe, including big deals with EE (formerly Orange and T-Mobile), O2 and 3UK.

BT rockets to a high on cheers for its free TV football deal

Telecoms giant says it can keep boosting profits and dividend in war with BSkyB

BT shares soar by almost 10% as free football on TV hits back of the net

BT shares today soared 9.5 per cent to a six-year high as annual profits rose to £2.5 million and City analysts hailed the telecoms giant’s new “free football with broadband” TV offering as a “masterstroke”.

Sky profits up as it gets new sports deals to fight off BT

Chief executive denies BT offer the greatest competition yet to Sky’s sports coverage

Market Report: Shale gas explorer buoyed by well news

Hold on to your hats: two wells are planned near Blackpool in the quest for shale gas. While those close to the site in the Bowland basin in Lancashire might be a little nervous on hearing the news, punters piled into the AIM explorer that is going to start digging.

EE says it is on track for a million 4G customers this year

"4G is going to replace bad broadband," declared Olaf Swantee, the chief executive of the mobile giant EE, as he claimed that the signal from his new super-fast 4G phone network is so strong that customers are not bothering with wi-fi – even in the home.

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