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We're all using our home broadband more than ever before (the average TalkTalk home downloads 45GB of data a month). So we're investing tens of millions of pounds into our network to make it faster and more stable.
The Oscars® race may be in its final stretch, but new research reveals that almost seven in ten Brits (68%) have yet to watch any of this year’s nominated films. With over 62 individual movies tipped for Academy Award glory, a limited time to catch them all on the big screen, and non-stop hype about who will walk away with which gong - it’s easy to feel like we’ll end up missing out.
Protecting yourself and your family from scams and hackers isn't just about software and passwords
As part of our ongoing commitment to bring you more reliable broadband, we’ve changed the way we manage your line. Our new system helps us automate fault resolution so you can enjoy the best possible speed with the most stable connection...
In Ancient Rome, the first day of the year was dedicated to Janus - the God of Gates and Doors, who was often depicted looking both backward and forward. So if you aren't planning on getting a new device for the New Year, now is a good time to look back at the digital gunk you've accumulated and do a little cleaning.
It's a common misconception that Apple devices are impenetrable to viruses. While it's true that Apple has historically put more emphasis on security than other manufacturers, the operating system is not without its attackers.
It's that time again – the end of summer holiday and the start of a new year of school. As students head back to the classroom with their mobile devices and laptops in hands, it is important to ask yourself (as a parent) how comfortable you feel about your child owning a device that connects to the internet. We're all aware of the potential threats that lurk in the online world...