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posted in September 2009
An FCC task force said costs are far higher than available funding, but the plan would produce major economic and social benefits.
The company is planning to combine the once-joined units to minimize slippage in its printer business.
Survey respondents like what they see of healthcare technology but fear there's a lack of trained practitioners.
The ultra-thin laptop can wirelessly access power, USB ports, audio jacks, and a DVI video link.
The companies are collaborating to promote NVIDIA Tesla graphics processing units to operate with Windows HPC Server 2008.
Launched initially as a consumer service, Twitter is increasingly being used by businesses.
Lawmakers are trying -- again-- to create a wireless public safety communications network on the D Block of the 700 MHz spectrum.
In the coming months Verizon Wireless and others are expected to also release smartphones based on the latest Linux-based mobile platform.
Harbinger Capital Partners will take the hybrid satellite-terrestrial mobile phone company private.
In an interview, Verizon Wireless CTO Tony Melone lays out the carrier's ambitious Long-Term Evolution plans.
The former eBay CEO, a California Republican, vows to create private sector jobs and cut state payrolls.
The American Legislative Exchange Council asserts that regulating wireless and wired carriers in the same manner is "likely unconstitutional."
The Federal Communications Commission Chair's suggestion that consumer protections applying to wired networks be extended to wireless networks elicits swift pushback.
The eventual approval of the free flow of Web content without blocking or slowing by broadband carriers or ISPs seems assured.
Already locked in bitter litigation with eBay, Skype's founders have directed their latest lawsuit against former Skype director and partner, Mike Volpi.
Julius Genachowski, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, is expected to support rules that would prevent carriers from interfering with traffic on their networks.
The company also said it is adding 200 employees to its U.S. Long-Term Evolution efforts.
Netscape co-founder Andreessen is well known at Hewlett-Packard, which bought his Opsware Inc. for $1.6 billion in 2007.
The $900 million purchase of Nortel's Enterprise Solutions unit paves the way for Avaya to be North America's largest enterprise phone equipment maker.
The Canadian government has declined RIM's call to review Ericsson's $1.13 billion purchase of Nortel's prized CDMA/LTE unit.
The market is being driven by wholesale shifts to HSPA and EV-DO, report says.
A plan designed to promote paperless billing was dropped after telecom regulators and the carrier's customers cried foul.
The China-based e-commerce site links sellers and buyers online as well as wholesalers and suppliers.
As Pat Gelsinger assumes a key executive position, speculation about succession plans at the storage giant abound.
Profitability for the wireless carrier will likely come through acquisition or a public offering, but neither path is clear.
The cash-based purchase will give CA a stronger play for cloud management and application performance management business.
Nortel's enterprise unit provides landline phone systems to customers on a worldwide basis.
Communities isolated by mountains, but geographically near populated areas don't qualify for federal stimulus funding.
The automaker joins Verizon Wireless in supporting federal legislation banning drivers from text messaging.
In a court filing, Verizon Communications has protested Avaya's bid as jeopardizing U.S. national security.
Telecom regulators pressed FairPoint Communications CEO David Hauser over unresolved customer service problems.
Intellon's power-line networking technology is targeted at handling the growing use of streaming music, video, and telephony over home networks.
A $2 million infusion from Big Blue will help broadband over power line technology expand in rural areas of the U.S.
Recessionary pressures are causing many to trim up-front costs at the expense of longer-term energy savings.
U.S. airlines have been installing Wi-Fi on planes, but voice calls are still blocked.
The playlist of a student fined for illegally downloading music files has surfaced on a filesharing site and the Recording Industry Association of America doesn't like it.
The longstanding collaborators have gone as far as hiring sales reps for a joint venture, dubbed Alpine, to deliver IT services.
The huge blaze threatening a thicket of cell phone and broadcast towers near Los Angeles abated somewhat Wednesday.
BBN has government contracts covering advanced networking, information technologies, sensor systems, and cybersecurity.
Business travelers overwhelmingly value Wi-Fi service over meals or free movies on airplanes, says a survey.
If flames engulf Mt. Wilson, cell phone service to the public and to emergency service providers would be disrupted.