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The secret life of white-space radio

Microsoft, BT and start-up Neul are working on broadband using white-space radio, which promises new wireless data without needing new frequencies. That's a tougher job to pull off than it may seem

June 30, 2011 by

Unofficial figures make CES a big success

Walking the show floor at CES this year it was clear that there were more people there than the last couple of years (and most of them seemed to be standing in front of the Microsoft stand watching other attendees play Kinect). The Intel, Motorola, Samsung, Sony, LG and Panasonic stands were also crowded all week, taxi and bus lines were far longer than last year, show rates at hotels sold out early in December and most restaurants had queues for tables again - which we hadn't seen since 2008.

January 13, 2011 by

Microsoft adds Panasonic to its exFAT licensee list

Microsoft has made a second intellectual property (IP) licensing announcement this week. After announcing a cross-licensing deal with Amazon.com (which had lots of NDA stipulations), Microsoft announced on February 25 it had struck a deal with Panasonic for its exFAT technology.

February 25, 2010 by

What is hot now on TechRepublic

A BT Trax analysis of sister site TechRepublic shows that over the last month, among the top-10 consumed resources, the most popular vendors were Microsoft, Google and Mozilla; the most popular product was Windows XP; and the most popular topic was security (VPN, DNS, patches).

September 30, 2005 by

44% of UK small businesses ready to pay for hosted applications

Around 44% of small businesses are ready to pay for hosted services, which could produce a 167 mln British pounds market if they all sign up over the next 3 years, according to the survey of 5,000 small businesses in the UK done by Microsoft, BT andCobWeb Solutions. 52% of the companies wanted broadband-delivered communications services that mimic those used by larger companies.

May 23, 2005 by

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