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Plusnet is to launch a TV advertising campaign highlighting its new fibre offering.
Plusnet has announced improvements to all its fibre products and the launch of Plusnet Extra Fibre which offers speeds of up to eight times faster than average ADSL*.
Plusnet has announced that its broadband service has gained an official Which? recommendation for the third time in a row.
Friends Reunited has revealed the results of a new poll which found 43 per cent of Brits keep photographs of former partners.
Fasthosts has announced the launch a new, powerful server, the DS1200.
Motortrades.co.uk one of the leading motoring directories creates 50 new jobs in Essex and opens new office in Colchester.
Fasthosts has revealed that many Britons do not consider how mobile working could assist new business, with the poor economic outlook still the biggest deterrent for new start-ups.
Findmypast has revealed the results of an international poll to find the greatest political leaders with Irish ancestry, with JFK, Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama making up the top three.
Research Now has announced the launch of Valued Opinions 2.0 in Australia, featuring upgrades to further engage panellists and actively improve member retention.
findympast.ie has assisted historian Fiona Fitzsimons in tracing the roots of Bram Stoker, the creator of Dracula.
Findmypast.co.uk has revealed new White Star Line crew records from the Titanic that were rescued from a skip and released online for the first time.
Fasthosts, GameShadow and epic.LAN have teamed up to launch GameShadow Battles, an online tournament offering a £10,000 prize.
Findymypast.co.uk has announced the online publication of the Westminster parish records, with over a million baptism, marriage and burial records dating back to 1538 now available.
Findmypast.co.uk has announced it is to publish Canterbury Cathedral's records online, a project which will increase access to over a million baptism, marriage and burial records dating back to 1538.
Lulu.com has announced the launch of a new ecommerce platform which, along with recent site upgrades, will give authors the best self-publishing experience in the world.
A recent Plusnet study has revealed that the majority of UK mums (82%) rely on the internet for parental advice while 99% spend their daily 'me time' online.
Plusnet has revealed the role the internet will play in Britons' everyday lives in 2027, transforming the way people shop, eat and run their homes.
Findypast.ie has announced the publication online of 1.2 million Irish Petty Session Records, with another 15 million cases to follow throughout 2012.
Fasthosts advises small businesses to work more closely with tech suppliers following new research which shows inadequate buying and reviewing of solutions can lead firms to miss out on benefits
Illyriad, the online strategy game, has launched its fifth in-game tournament. The launch of this event coincides with the 2 year anniversary of the game's first launch date in Alpha. During this in-game event, players will bind together with their Alliances in order to capture and hold territory on 37 land squares spread among the expansive world map. At the end of the tournament, March 21, the total time will be tallied and Alliances ranked based on the total amount of time holding the squares. Competition should be fierce as the potential prizes for winning are quite substantial. The Illyriad development team is proud to team up with sponsors Enjin and Typefrag to provide some amazing prizes that will help foster and grow communities within the game.
FreeAgent has announced the launch of a new Alerts tool which will allow accountants to track their clients' finances automatically.
Fasthosts has announced the launch of a new review website, inviting open and honest appraisals from genuine customers.
Findmypast.co.uk has announced the publication of the remaining 1911 census records online.
Findmypast.ie has discovered evidence showing the Disney family's links to Kilkenny, Ireland, with land records showing the rental of 33 acres by the family.