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Cubic Telecom launches global phone

Among the TechCrunch 40 presentations today, Cubic Telecom was among the most interesting. The company unveiled a “global” phone that eliminates expensive, international roaming charges.

September 17, 2007 by Dan Farber

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Yahoo scoops up Zimbra for $350 million

Yahoo has been on an acquisition binge late, but mostly to expand its advertising business. Now Yahoo is buying its way deeper into the applications business with the acquisition of Zimbra for a reported $350 million, mostly in cash.

September 17, 2007 by Dan Farber

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Sprint launches in home network booster

Sprint on Monday launched a device called the Airave in Denver and Indianapolis that will boost the wireless company's coverage in homes. Samsung makes that Airave, a "femtocell," or a compact base station that hooks up to your broadband connection.

September 17, 2007 by

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EU emboldened; Who's next on the hit list?

Now that European regulators got their big victory over Microsoft attention should turn to who's next on their hit list. The EU case against Microsoft market position and anticompetitive behavior boiled down to two items:The ability of Microsoft to bundle its media player with Windows considering the company's market share; And whether Microsoft has to share communication protocols on the server side in the name of interoperability.

September 16, 2007 by

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MuleSource brings its ESB platform to the cloud

MuleSource is entering the on demand space with a hosted version of its open source enterprise service bus and integration platform. MuleOnDemand supports a multitude of APIs, frameworks and transports--such as Web Services, MQ Series, JMS, HTTP, REST, SOAP and email--for integrating systems with enterprise applications.

September 16, 2007 by Dan Farber

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The force joins Salesforce.com

Salesforce.com keeps changing the names, which makes it somewhat confusing if you are trying to cover the company’s quest to upend the software industry.

September 16, 2007 by Dan Farber

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