Get ready for yet another sky-based broadband-for-the-masses project. Following Facebook and Google is Virgin, which, together with Qualcomm, is investing in satellite firm OneWeb in a bid to bring Internet connectivity to remote parts of the world.
If you were hoping to pay $500,000 to travel down to the depths of the ocean then you're going to have to wait a little longer: Virgin Oceanic has put its deep-sea exploration plans on hold.
Definitely not the best week for space travel, Virgin Galactic's tourism rocketship SpaceShipTwo suffered a malfunction earlier today and crashed in the Mojave Desert near Kern County, California.
In an effort to add a certain 'cool' factor to its service while improving the check-in procedure for fliers, Virgin Atlantic staff are trying out Google Glass and other wearable tech at London's Heathrow airport.
Frequent flyer with Virgin Airlines? If so, you could find yourself flying into space next year.
SpaceShipTwo's maiden space flight, set for next year, will be a family affair for Richard Branson, with both his children accompanying him on the trip. Branson's space programme also has more than 500 paid-up passengers waiting in line.
Internet service providers in the UK will offer new customers the choice of blocking all pornography through their connection. The ISPs insist that the optional 'porn filter' will not affect anyone who does not wish to opt in.
Remember back when BlueBeat was selling "psycho-acoustic" versions of Beatles songs online for 25 cents? Now they get to pay $1 million in a settlement.
Regulators find that average download speeds in the UK are still less than half the advertised "up to" speed promoted by ISPs.
Virgin is holding a competition for designers to recreate its iPad-only magazine's cover, and we've got the contest rules.
In its quest to finally offer subscriptions through the App Store, rumor has it Apple's deal with publications isn't getting any takers.
Richard Branson beats Rupert Murdoch to the punch in old media's race into the digital arena.
Looks like Rupert Murdoch wasn't the alone one interested in marketing an iPad-only magazine, and he's definitely not going to be the first. Virgin's Project is set to launch in the App Store tonight.