Don't give a monkey's about 5G (hell, I couldn't get a 2g signal the other day!) but have a credit for, either deliberately or by accident, the story picture chosen not being a farmed honey bee on a urban garden flower :-)
Cisco has begun live trials of its OpenRoaming technology on the Orkney islands off the north coast of Scotland, intended to allow people to move more easily between Wi-Fi hotspots. The trial is part of the UK government's £25m 5G RuralFirst testbeds programme. Last year it awarded a £4.3m grant to Switchzilla and the …
Friday 27th September 2019 17:38 GMT TheVogon
Sunday 29th September 2019 00:30 GMT Danny 2
My great grandfather was employed to light the gas street lamps in Kirkwall. I can't imagine it was the most taxing or rewarding job on the islands, which is maybe why they moved to Leith. Little known fact, a lot of Orcadians moved to Leith at that time.
I've never been to Orkney myself, but I have been to Shetland several times on IT callouts and I highly recommend it. So many whales.