One of the companies that was part of the BDUK initiative has pulled out, claiming the scheme that uses BT's fibre network to help spread high-speed broadband is limited by "faintly ludicrous" restrictions on use.
Those of you who get your telly through a Virgin pipe will have some exciting new features to play with shortly, with the broadband provider notifying users about the impending arrival of its latest update.
It's not all about threatening to tow people's cars away at the DVLA. They do have time for some fun, with the national numberplate registrar regularly adding rude or offensive number and letter combinations to its banned list.
Sony, Samsung, Panasonic and 3D technology specialist Xpand 3D are moving forward quickly with plans to create a single format for active shutter 3D glasses, with many more TV makers joining the standards licensing scheme.
A survey that cobbled together the results of around two million broadband speed tests has found that, on average, our connection speeds drop by over a third during the peak evening Twitter/Facebook period.
If you really don't have anything better to do on November 25th, Kent Council is holding a "Developing Solutions Camp" where local IT boffins can submit ideas, work up prototypes, have a free buffet lunch and maybe win some cash.
There's a bit of tension among Welsh internet activists, with some petitioning for a Welsh .cymru top-level domain, while others prefer the safer option of using .wales so it doesn't confuse outsiders quite so much.
You've probably heard of 4G, but also probably haven't used it yet. It's an umbrella term covering various faster mobile data connection standards, which are gradually taking off in various parts of the world.
Germany's Data Protection Authority is not happy with Facebook. It claims the social network's facial recognition system is a form of biometric data harvesting, for which it should've first sought the permission of users.