Google Fiber has been on a small surge lately with a number of new small town stops, but some analysts are skeptical about a nationwide tour.
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Does history repeat itself? Let's hope not.
A meeting of Telecom Italia's board isn't expected to signal the starters gun on a union between the two Italian operators, with stumbling blocks likely to consign the possibility of a merger to the scrapyard.
With the Galaxy S4, Samsung has squeezed a superb 5-inch screen and a host of high-end features into a slightly slimmer, thinner and lighter chassis than its S III predecessor. It's an excellent handset, but some will find the S4 overladen with unnecessary features and too expensive.
They've standardized on Tier III certification for their new datacenters worldwide.
Samsung makes a big leap in customer satisfaction, but it's unclear whether the company can keep it going. Apple still leads the smartphone pack by a wide margin.
Business has always had a love-hate relationship with the slate – so will anything be different for Microsoft's next assault on the market?
Sprint has made another dash for Clearwire, upping its offer from $2.97 to $3.40 per share.
Opera's new Android web browser is out of beta and available to download, bringing few changes to the app since it was unveiled earlier this year.
Small- to medium-sized companies around London's Old Street roundabout in Shoreditch are failing to achieve their full potential as tech giants are snapping up the best talent, according to a recent report.
With the number of cores in mainstream processors predicted to scale to hundreds in the near future, a team of UK researchers is looking at how to stop their power consumption from spiralling out of control.
Many small companies are open to the idea of employees using personal technology for work purposes, but only one-third of them are actively managing that strategy.
Over the past two years, the cloud integrator has added 50 new jobs across the United States.
The category, dubbed iPaaS, uses Tibco's Cloud Bus to integrate software as a service applications along with on-premise software.
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