Branson is backing the UK satellite initiative – OneWeb gets £18m boost for high-flying 5G

By Ken Wieland 21 February 2019 The UK Space Agency fuelled the 5G ambitions of OneWeb, a satellite broadband startup based in London, with funding to the tune of £18m. Through its OneWeb Sunrise programme, the startup aims to integrate its planned satellite constellation with upcoming 5G terrestrial networks. “Thanks to this support, we will focus …

Arqiva to make London lampposts into 5G-ready cells

 By Jamie Carter 23 November 2017 Lamppost and other street furniture look set to become part of the UK’s next-generation 5G networks, hosting small cell telecommunications infrastructure to enable better, faster coverage by mobile network operators. UK communications infrastructure company Arqiva has inked a deal with the London Borough of Waltham Forest to gain exclusive access rights …

Father who blames school’s wi-fi for 12-year-old daughter’s list of 40 symptoms including rashes and itchy skin as he takes her out of lessons to educate her at home

Neil Boxall, from Yeovil, Somerset, removed his daughter from school in Dorset He claims she suffered from 40 symptoms because of wi-fi in school classrooms This included poor speech, forgetfulness, anxiety, a loss of empathy and nausea By BRYONY JEWELL FOR MAILONLINE A father has pulled his daughter out of school claiming the 12-year-old has suffered …

Britain’s first court case against 5G — and the people won

Ladies and Gentlemen  Some of the content of Updates should cause fear. Logically, experts tell us, that the purpose of fear is to motivate us to protect ourselves in dangerous situations and to promote survival.  If the contribution by Deborah Tavares about the decline of insect life does not frighten people and motivate them to act – …

Dementia patients to be tracked by smart meters so that doctors can monitor any sudden changes that indicate illness, falls or mental decline

Devices will track patients’ daily routines such as when they boil the kettle  Meters then send alerts to family members or carers who can check on patients Critics warn about a huge range of privacy concerns over data sharing By SOPHIE BORLAND AND VICTORIA BISCHOFF The NHS is to use energy smart meters to monitor dementia patients in …