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posted in March 2010
Telecom operator will use OpenX's platform to reach the 343 million users of its Ad Network service.
A federal jury ruled that Novell, not SCO Group, owns the Unix copyrights, but SCO said it would continue its fight.
Virtual branch office networking software links central IT operations to remote offices, and can reach roaming workers.
The service is available to enterprise customers using RIM's BlackBerry Tour 9630 smartphone.
Under a managed service agreement, Cisco will install 200 TelePresence units and provide monitoring, support, and maintenance.
The company plans to use a combination of terrestrial base stations and SkyTerra satellites to deliver Long Term Evolution services to wireless providers.
A Utah federal jury is deliberating over the copyright ownership case between the SCO Group and Novell.
Now the largest independent videoconferencing provider, Polycom has recently inked new contracts with Avaya and HP.
The telecom firm wants federal government funding to help finance broadband facilities in underserved rural communities.
Developed in collaboration with Cisco, the MicroCell supports both 3G data and voice services, and may aid iPhone users plagued by dropped calls.
The company's directors are hoping another firm will make a purchase offer above Elliot Associates' $2 billion bid to acquire Novell.
The SCH-r900, to be offered by prepaid provider MetroPCS, upstages the buzz around Sprint's 4G Android phone at the CTIA Wireless show.
In the U.S. the two largest carriers -- AT&T and Verizon Communications -- have seen their capital expenditures flatten out in recent years.
Based on Google’s Android 2.1 platform, HTC's EVO 4G WiMax handset puts the emphasis on 720p video with two cameras and a 4.3-inch screen.
Consumer demand and higher profits are driving carriers and device makers to embrace the once-shunned wireless handset technology.
Consumer interest in e-readers and tablets has risen dramatically, fueled largely by the publicity surrounding the iPad.
The Wi-Fi enabled Motorola i1 smartphone's features include document viewing and syncing with Microsoft Word and Powerpoint.
The leading 4G service providers are hoping to grab attention at CTIA this week, Sprint by unveiling its first WiMax handset, and Verizon for details on its nationwide LTE rollout.
The wireless carrier plans to increase its Web hosting business and hopes to add Apple's iPhone to its lineup of smartphones.
Currently in beta, the tool enables users to search the entire 225 MHz to 3.7 GHz mobile wireless spectrum range.
Both firms have raised their goals for 2010 and are betting heavily on Google's Android platform.
The International Trade Commission complaint says Cablevision's set-top boxes infringe five Verizon patents pertaining to video downloading and social networking features.
The EX90 features 1080p30 resolution and has a touchscreen interface.
The National Broadband Plan has met with widespread support, but also many disagreements on how to achieve the goal of bringing high-speed connections to all Americans.
Among the firm's remaining assets are 3,000-plus patents, many of them for important LTE intellectual property.
Last year nearly 6 million people watched video content on a Netflix-ready PC or TV, the company says.
A preview of the National Broadband Plan reveals sweeping proposals that would create jobs, improve public safety responses, and create new spectrum.
With the ZoneFlex 7300 midrange access points, Ruckus is trying to differentiate its enterprise 802.11n product on both price and performance.
The Federal Communications Commission also announced its first mobile app available via Apple's iPhone and Google Android smartphones.
The agreement puts Microsoft's Bing search on Motorola's Android smartphones.
The experiment could determine whether TV viewers would favor Web-like searches over the use of remote control searches.
Given that Congress shot down an earlier proposal for free spectrum, what will it do with a new proposal?
Charles P. Thacker, veteran hardware developer at the Xerox Corp.'s PARC and Microsoft, picks up the prestigious $250,000 prize.
The $90,000 CSR-3 switch is positioned as a flagship enterprise product capable of handling high demand for video on 100G networks.
The company also said its Long-Term Evolution network could see peak download speeds of 40 to 50 Mbps.
The decision to cease making WiMax base stations gives a boost to Cisco's Long-Term Evolution portfolio.
Private equity firm CCMP would like to buy the company, which specializes in research and custom databases for marketing purposes.
The digital, video, voice and high-speed Internet service provider has a business unit that delivers fiber data transport services to large commercial customers.
The networking equipment provider is about to double its revenues by acquiring Nortel Network's Metro Ethernet unit for $769 million.
Reports of production problems apparently overcome, the Wi-Fi-only version of the Mac maker's touchscreen tablet will ship first.
Orange will use the high-end mobile operating system launched last month by Intel and Nokia, along with Intel's Atom processor, to develop multimedia-rich mobile devices.
The carrier- and device-agnostic enterprise mobility platform allows global firms to manage the flood of different devices operating in countries around the world.
Software for the Skype VoIP calling service, available as a free download in the Nokia Ovi store, will operate on about 200 million handsets at launch.
The enterprise software firm said its board will review the unsolicited $2 billion offer from a hedge fund.
The mobile Linux trade group believes that a partnership with the Wholesale Applications Community will help open source gain a foothold in the mobile app market.
The watered-down smartphone operates Symbian S60 3rd edition and features quick access to Facebook status updates and favorite contacts.
About 60% of Americans use a combination of online and offline sources to track the news each day; cell phones are grabbing a growing share.
Virgin Media and Conde Nast Digital Spain are among new users of Brightcove's video platform.