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Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols, aka sjvn, has been writing about technology and the business of technology since CP/M-80 was the cutting edge PC operating system. SJVN covers networking, Linux, open source, and operating systems.
Nokia may be failing at smartphones, but its sister company Nokia Siemens Networks is doing relatively well at 4G LTE infrastructure.
Microsoft may be closing down Windows Live Messenger in favor of Skype, but Skype has a connectivity problem: It doesn't support the Internet's next generation protocol: IPv6.
For some Apple iPhone and iPad users, iOS 6.0.1's Wi-Fi is still busted. Yes, still.
The U.S.' NBC television Web sites were hacked on early November 4. The sites were coming back up by mid-afternoon.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer, after being knocked around for ages, is re-gaining Web browser market share from Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox.
Apple didn't mention it in all the fanfare for the new iPad and the iPad mini, but it will soon be releasing a minor iOS update with a big impact: It should fix your iOS 6 Wi-Fi problems.
Alcatel-Lucent is making light easier for low-level 4G LTE developers by opening up a new suite of APIs.
A big new Apple iPhone and iPad Wi-Fi/cellular data problem has appeared while other iOS 6 Wi-Fi problems continue to drag on.
The U.S. federal government had until September 30th, 2012 to start supporting IPv6 on the Internet with their Web sites. They didn't come close.