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Someone in Microsoft public relations seem to think that encouraging Android FUD on Twitter would be a great way to win friends and influence others. Wrong!
Social business wins come in all shapes and sizes. Here's how the State of Minnesota's IT department worked to improve collaboration across agencies.
Telecom New Zealand has announced that it will trial 4G LTE technology in parts of Wellington and Auckland from today.
Akamai strikes up deal with AT&T to develop new solutions as multimedia content continues to pile up demand on networks.
Amazon is expanding support for two important accessibility features to its entire Kindle Fire series.
AMD is struggling and has lowered its wafer commitments to partner Globalfoundries---for a price.
Google+ adds communities to its social networking features. Will this be Google+'s killer app?
Accel Partners, Greylock Partners, Ignition Partners, In-Q-Tel and Meritech Capital Partners up the ante on big data.
Verizon customers have two great choices this holiday season and if you are a data-centric user then the Note II or Droid DNA will be calling your name. Which one would you choose?
Microsoft has chopped prices on its Windows Azure cloud storage for the second time this year.
It's unclear whether the iPhone will change the competitive landscape in T-Mobile's favor or simply be table stakes.
Moore's Law won’t suddenly end, but it is slowing down. The question is: What's next? IEDM, which takes place next week in San Francisco, is devoted to answering that question making it a great place to get a peek at the technologies that could power tomorrow's laptops and smartphones.
T-Mobile is the only major carrier without the iPhone and while millions have unlocked iPhones with T-Mobile, the experience has been limited. It sounds like this is going to change in 2013 with a new agreement in place.
Financial services firms and their sensitive data provide tempting targets for hackers. Here's a look at the threat landscape and what the industry can do to protect itself from cyberattacks.
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According to Terry Kramer, U.S. ambassador to the WCIT, the United States position is, "Fundamentally, the conference should not be dealing with the Internet sector,"
The ITU meeting to discuss the future control of the internet was temporarily disrupted for two hours on Wednesday after what's thought to be a malicious attack on its systems.