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BBC suffers DDOS attack
All BBC web services including its most useful iPlayer were subjected to a DDoS attack last night.
Nov 8 2008 7:20AM
BBC loses burglar's dream data
The BBC has given one lucky thief the opportunity of a lifetime by becoming the latest British institution to find itself at the centre of a loss of data scandal.
Aug 11 2008 4:08PM
BBC hits out at iPlayer 'traffic shaping'
The BBC is threatening to name and shame ISPs that attempt to 'traffic shape' downloads from its increasingly popular iPlayer service..
Apr 7 2008 7:47AM
BBC issues fix for hacked iPlayer
The BBC has released a fix to prevent PC users downloading programmes from iPlayer intended for use on an iPhone or iPod only..
Mar 17 2008 2:05PM
Mac users to get BBC iPlayer 'this year'
The BBC has confirmed that a version of its popular iPlayer service will be available for Apple users by the end of the year..
Feb 11 2008 7:17AM
BBC inks TV deal with MySpace
The BBC has sealed a partnership with MySpace to offer a range of BBC content on MySpaceTV..
Jan 25 2008 7:50AM
BBC overlooks 97,000 Linux users
The BBC has apologised for dramatically underestimating the number of open source users who visit its site..
Nov 7 2007 7:29AM
BBC promises free cross-platform iPlayer
Deal with Adobe will bring video player to Mac and Linux users by year-end..
Oct 17 2007 7:21AM
Xbox 360 could show BBC content
Microsoft is in talks with the BBC about using the broadcaster's TV content on its Xbox Live gaming service.
Sep 13 2007 10:42AM
Ubuntu maker enters BBC iPlayer dispute
Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, has backed demands by the Open Source Consortium (OSC) for a platform-independent BBC iPlayer.
Aug 23 2007 7:28AM
BBC may have to pay iPlayer royalties
ISPs are in negotiations with the BBC over its iPlayer software and may ask the corporation for royalty fees to cover bandwidth use.
Aug 15 2007 12:12PM
BBC iPlayer beta shuns Vista and Macs
The BBC has launched a trial version of its television download service, but the beta release of its iPlayer software will only work with Windows XP.
Jul 30 2007 1:00PM
BBC may open source iPlayer
Because geeks need web telly too.
Jul 17 2007 1:49PM
BBC to launch iPlayer in July
On-demand beta service goes public on 27 July.
Jun 29 2007 12:24PM
YouTube set to overtake BBC online in UK
Online entertainment now more popular than shopping, says Hitwise.
Jun 22 2007 4:31PM
BBC and Microsoft deliver virtual historic tours
UK - Microsoft Live Labs is collaborating with the BBC in a time-limited technical trial to launch unique 3D photographic representations of historic sites throughout the UK.
Jun 8 2007 1:00PM
BBC and Sky move into Second Life
Broadcasters investigate commercial possibilities in virtual world.
Jun 4 2007 5:06PM
BBC shuts online education site
BBC to shut down its online education service.
May 16 2007 1:33PM
BBC to develop iPlayer for Apple
Opening the Corporation's archive to all systems.
Apr 20 2007 10:48AM
BBC sets up YouTube channels
But new report suggests this is a big mistake.
Mar 5 2007 8:12AM
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