Superfast broadband is on its way to more than 90% of properties in Shropshire but rural areas fear they could still miss out.
Engineers at the Severn Valley Railway are working hard to overhaul one of the heritage line's key steam engines.
Today the SMS, or short message service is celebrating a birthday of 20 years
Britain's largest consumer interactive technology event begins today at the NEC.
The Gadget Show Live is in its 5th year, and is expected to attract around 75,000 people.
The week long event showcases some of the world's most impressive technology.
Nearly 1,000 homes in Cheltenham have been left without phonelines and internet connection after vandals cut underground cables. BT say it could be next weekend at the earliest that people are reconnected.
This promotional animation produced by BT explains how the next generation of superfast broadband will be installed across Shropshire.
Rural communities in Shropshire who claim to have been left behind by the digital revolution could soon have superfast internet connections.
The County Council has teamed up with BT to boost online speeds for more than 90% of properties in Shropshire.
Some businesses and homes are already connected, but residents in more isolated villages fear they could miss out.
See the full report by Chris Halpin above.
A former Astronomer Royal has described a Birmingham entrepreneur as a 'born promoter'.
Matthew Boulton, who was born in 1728 and died in 1809, is to be honoured in Westminster Abbey with a memorial.
He is best known for producing top of the range steam engines in the eighteenth century.
– Sir Arnold Wolfendale, Former Astronomer Royal
Boulton was a born promoter and has lessons for us today - it is not only scientists and engineers who are important in introducing new technology, but men such as Boulton too.
The Dean of Westminster made the decision to honour Boulton at Westminster Abbey alongside those of more than 300 other people who were not buried there. His name will be memorialised there.
– Dr John Hall, Westminster dean
We are delighted that Matthew Boulton's major contribution to British and world history will finally be recognised with this new memorial.
An 18th century Birmingham-born entrepreneur who helped lay the foundations for Britain's Industrial Revolution is to be honoured by a memorial in Westminster Abbey.
Matthew Boulton is best known for producing state of the art steam engines in the eighteenth century.
He died in 1809.
William Shakespeare's home town of Stratford-upon-Avon has topped a table of towns and cities embracing online business.
Companies in Stratford are the best at using the internet to attract customers and orders, according to research commissioned by Google.
The town has been named as the internet giant's eTown Award winner, following research into 1,300 towns and cities across the UK.
People in Herefordshire will find out today if they are going to be the first to benefit from faster broadband.
It comes after the first communities to access fibre optic broadband will be announced later.
Around 10,000 homes and businesses will benefit once the multi million pound project is complete.
Rolls-Royce has today congratulated Airbus on the delivery of its 100th A380 aircraft.
The landmark plane, delivered to Malaysia Airlines, is powered by the firm's Trent 900 engines.
Malaysia Airlines’ first A380 entered into service in July 2012 and the airline has ordered six A380 aircraft in total – all with Trent 900 engines.
The Rolls-Royce engine powered the A380 into service for the first time with in 2007, and is currently in service with six global travel providers.
Rolls-Royce has a plant in Ansty, Warwickshire, where it employs around 800 people.
The Airbus A380 is considered the worlds largest aircraft.