MacUser magazine isn’t one in which I would expect to find an article about Lithuania but there it was in the latest issue: “UK broadband getting faster, but still nothing to write home to Lithuania about”.
The good news is that UK average broadband speeds increased by 10% over the first half of this year, the bad news is that we still lag behind the rest of the world although retaining our global position at number 30. The article was about an Ofcom report on broadband speeds and how they actually compare with the advertised “up to” speeds (answer: not very well).
Web technology company Akamai surveyed countries with at least 25,000 computer users for its 2010 State of the Internet report…
View original post 157 more words