Virgin Media's KipstR wristband will pause your programme when you fall asleep.
An increase in free and mobile phone communication has seen a drop in landline usage.
Convergence has come to our mobile phones, laptops and TV screens – and now it is the turn of Britain’s fragmented communications industry.
Internet companies have agreed to do more to tackle extremist material online following negotiations led by Downing Street.
The London Underground has become even more connected thanks to Virgin Media.
If you’re one of the 22% of people who illegally download media on the internet, will this new approach change your mind?
Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, has sharply criticised the government's "snooper's charter", designed to track internet, text and email use of all British citizens, as "technologically incompetent".
I don't much care for pornography, but it might be surprising for fair-minded types to note that most Britons don't see it quite that way.
Every few years comes a development in the technology that brings moving pictures into our homes invariably accompanied by the promise that this new piece of kit will "change the way we watch TV.