OneWeb to resume satellite launches December 2020

Resumption of Arianespace launch services to complete deployment of the OneWeb constellation Next launch planned for December 2020 Now on track to begin commercial service above 50 degrees north latitude within 12 months OneWeb, the London-based communications company, has amended its existing launch contract with Arianespace. Launches for OneWeb are now scheduled to resume in December 2020, putting the company on…

OneWeb bought by UK government and Bharti

Communications company OneWeb has entered into an agreement with a consortium led by HMG  (through the UK Secretary of State for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy) and Bharti Global Limited (“Bharti”) for the acquisition of the OneWeb business. The bid is designed to capitalise the company sufficiently as a going concern to in order to…

#IFA2015 Toshiba introduces Ultra HD 4K convertible and laptop/tablet Satellite Click 10

Amazingly it's been 30 years since Tosh introduced the world's first mass market laptop. Where does the time go? Things have certainly changed a bit since 1985 with this year's IFA in Berlin seeing the Japanese company introducing the world's first 12.5inch Ultra HD 4K convertible, the Satellite Radius 12. Also new to the line…

UK Satellite TV Comparison Guide: Sky versus Freesat

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Two services that require you to stick a satellite dish to the side of your house.

One has been around for two decades, the other has just celebrated its first birthday.

Both will demand an upfront payment: one will continue to drain money from your bank account each month.

So which is best? Read our comparison guide to see if you should go with coming-of-age Sky or new-kid-on-the-block Freesat.

Read on to find out…