The push for next-generation broadband could be premature, according to some senior industry figures.
Both regulator Ofcom and BT have expressed doubts about whether the time is ripe for rolling out what would be expensive fibre optic networks.
The companies behind Call of Duty and World of Warcraft are merging in a deal which could shake up the global video games industry.
Activision and Blizzard have said they will form “the world’s most profitable games business” in a deal worth $18.8bn (
Is Google getting too big for our good – and even its own? The American search engine is under simultaneous investigation by the US and European anti-trust authorities. Both are probing whether its acquisition of DoubleClick, whose technology puts adverts
MOM-AND-POP retailers have helplessly stood by over the last decade as big-box merchants steamrolled over them. Online, though, small merchants are not going down without a fight.
The number of small- and medium-size retailers selling online has swelle
Now Sarkozy is returning the favor – not directly to Hallyday, but to a French cultural industry that seems increasingly fearful about its future. As Hallyday found himself in a familiar place last month – atop the French charts with a new album – Sarkozy