In the sleepy British town of Chesham, the sidewalks are a little bit special. The very ground on which people walk is now providing respectably fast wifi to residents as they wander around the streets.
Fitness trackers can tell you how many calories you're burning, but what if you just want to laze on the couch? Your future wristband of choice could make sure you never miss a minute of your favorite TV episodes.
A cable company in the UK had a bit of a snafu with a super strict censoring system in its TV guide over the weekend. They were asterisking Alfred Hitchcock, Charles Dickens, the soccer team Arsenal, the movie Hancock and any other name or title that had a penis or butt related word in it.
Speaking to TechRadar about Steve Jobs, Sir Richard Branson commented that "everything he does is real class and if he wants to rename his company Virgin Apple I'd be happy to merge!" Could we see Virgin Apple Galactic taking off in the future? Doubtful, but I bet it'd look a whole heap like 2001: A Space Odyssey. […
I asked Virgin Media, the UK ISP whose 100MB broadband's advertised in cheese in London, if I could lick their billboard. They said yes. I'm gonna refrain as I've got a cold, but that 110kg of cheese is awfully tempting.
British cable operator Virgin Media is set to offer up an unlimited music download subscription program with Universal that would give you access to DRM-free MP3s as long as you pay a set monthly fee.